TWEEDLEDUM and TWEEDLEDEE are a pair of identical twins in ALICE IN WONDERLAND, and fictional characters from the novel Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There by Lewis Carroll.
They are based upon a traditional nursery rhyme of the same name.
These dolls are inspired by the characters found in the Johnny Depp movies, and the original prototypes I made were for an exhibition in 2015.
It has taken me this long to get around to making a pattern for them, but here it is!
These needle-sculpted dolls are approximately 10 inches tall, and made from stretchy knit fabric, typically made from cotton or a synthetic blend that has a two way stretch, with widest stretch of two inches, and longest stretch of ? an inch.
Fabric used in t-shirts. Neutral shade. The tutorial is 27 pages with plenty of step-by-step photos, and written instructions with an easy to read format.
This pattern is more for people used to needle sculpting, but it?s also possible to learn how, by using this pattern, as it is comprehensive and easy to follow.
Designer: Sharon Mitchell
US letter - Universal (8.25?x11?) A4
Sale info: 15 dolls per year from this pattern ? not to be copied or lent. Please give credit Sharon Mitchell as designer on all tags and publications.
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