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Introducing…Petunia, Calliope, Penelope and Emelia

07.11.2010

We are so excited to share our very own pattern and tutorial for a Rhythm of the Home doll with our readers.  The tutorial will be posted in a few days, but we wanted to give you a sneak peek of just what we have in store for you.

Now, without further delay…We’d like for you to meet the Roth girls.

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First up is Petunia.

Don’t let the fancy dress or the girlie name fool you…she is all tomboy and can usually be found climbing trees.

Next is Calliope.

She just loves dirt and can always be counted on to help in the garden.

And then there is Penelope.

She is the mellow one in the family, she enjoys sitting in the sun and watching the rest of her sisters play.

Last but not least is Emelia

The sweet little baby who loves to give hugs and get snuggled.

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Please stop back on Tuesday when we will be sharing the complete instructions for making your very own Rhythm of the Home baby doll.

They are surprisingly simple and entirely FUN to make.  Many of the steps can be done with the help of your own little one!

Dress, bonnet, apron and diaper patterns and tutorials will follow.

11 Comments leave one →
  1. 07.11.2010 5:44 am

    Great job Julia! You are sooooo creative~love your designs! Love you, Laura

  2. 07.11.2010 6:38 am

    Julia these are adorable! Thanks so much for sharing them with us.

  3. angela permalink
    07.11.2010 7:35 am

    Precious.. excited for the tutorial.

  4. Elizabeth permalink
    07.11.2010 8:18 am

    How adorable. I look forward to seeing more. Thanks for sharing.

  5. 07.11.2010 8:38 am

    so cute. I’ve been wanting to make my son a doll so I’ll be watching this with interest.

  6. 07.11.2010 11:03 am

    ah…a doll like these would be cherished forever. so sweet.

  7. 07.11.2010 2:49 pm

    Can’t wait to see how to make them! I don’t sew (yet. Still looking for a second hand machine), but I wonder if it’s something I could pull off, my daughter would love this!

  8. 07.11.2010 4:25 pm

    Lovely dolls. Well done. I find the faces the most difficult part . I’ve just started this year adding bead noses to my dolls and I think it makes a difference to the character of the doll.

  9. 07.11.2010 5:04 pm

    can’t wait to get the pattern!!!! looking forward to whipping up a doll of our own!!
    xo maureen

  10. 07.11.2010 8:53 pm

    I love these sweet dolls…and the baby one?! Eeee!

    Looking forward to the tutorial.

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