Australian Homespun

Kokeshi Swag


• 15cm (¼yd) black print fabric (hair)

• Fat eighth each of three assorted print fabrics (dresses)

• Fat eighth cream fabric (faces)

• Fat eighth lightweight fusible interfacing

• Fat eighth fusible web

• Pink coloured pencil (blusher)

• Small scrap of lightweight fusible fleece such as Parlan (ponytails)

• Stranded embroidery cotton in pink and black (faces)

• 1m (1 1/8yd) bakers’ twine or similar string (hanging dolls)

• Fibre fill

• Template plastic

• Permanent-marking pen

• Pencil or fabric-marking pen

• Doll needle

• Sewing machine

• General sewing supplies

Stitches used: Backstitch, detached chain (lazy daisy) stitch, running stitch

Finished sizes:

19 x 42cm (7½ x 16½in) (swag)

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