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When you make the doll's body, it is best to use a somewhat thicker stick, a pencil, for example. The body requires about three times the amount of wool as does an arm or a leg. When the stocking is filled, pour boiling water over it before it goes into the washing machine to start the shrinking process. In fig. 63 you can see how the doll will emerge from the washer. At this point facial features can be cut into the head as described previously. Freestyle Felting and Stiffened Felt A few examples of freestyle work with felt and hardened felt are discussed below: a hollow and/or a rounded form and a folded form.
You will need an old pair of panty hose or stockings. Use ones without runs, for runs will cause the felt to be lumpy. Cut off the panty part and thefeet, and knot one end. Prepare the wool as for forming balls. Work withoutsuds, butsimply keep winding dry wool. It must be wound rather tightly. After finishing a ball, put it in the stocking. Tie a knot above each ball, as close to it as possible. Dolls, too, can be felted in a washing machine. All the limbs will fit together in one leg of a stocking.
Ans Brandhof: figs. 40 bottom, 47 center. Anneke Bonestroo: fig. 47 bottom left. let Hocker: fig. 47 top left. lneke Hoekstra: fig. 2 bottom right. Maaike van Huizen: fig. 35 bottom, 47 top right, 48 top, 52 top left, color plate 5b bottom. Murillo Ket: fig. 31 top center. Frans Kessler: fig. 48 center right. Elly Leemshuis: frontispiece, fig. 40 center, 48 center left, 52 bottom left, color plate 6. Hennie van Liemt: fig. 47 bottom; color plate 3 bottom left and right. Anneke Mantje: figs. 36, 47 slippers, 51 right, color plate 10, fig.