We had an old pair of PJ pants laying around from one of our teenaged foster children who had long since left. They never fit, so I set them aside since the fabric was cute for the kids. I used one leg of those pants last year for Ana's No Sew Headband Holder. These little dolls used the other leg, and the shorts that are left over will be donated to Goodwill.
- Fabric Scissors
- Seam Ripper
- Sewing Machine
- 1 leg from a pair of knit adult small (or larger) pajama pants.
- Old long sleeved shirt.
- 2 or 3 pairs of unwanted socks
- Cotton batting or fabric scraps for stuffing
Step 18- Extend your pointer finger and wrap the fabric around with the corner facing down. Continue that corner around and pull out your finger. Start pushing the corner through the hole left by your finger. You are tying a simple knot. This is not as easy as it looks. You have to really stretch the fabric to make the knot.
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