My pattern with instructions on how to make a
"POTHOLDER LOOM DOLL"
appears on pages 52-59 of
"Soft Dolls & Animals" - July 2005
POTHOLDER LOOM DOLL #1:
Learn to make this wonderful doll to hang on your
wall. It is made on a potholder loom that we used to
make potholders on when we were children. This
doll is wearing a plaid blouse with a rya knotted skirt.
Her arms, legs and hat are crocheted. Her comical
face is made from Windsor Comfort knit. You will
learn how to needle sculpt her face, place her eyes,
sew her mouth and eyebrows and make her hair.
She is around 17" tall. This is a one day class.
POTHOLDER LOOM DOLL #2:
This doll is wearing a maroon and white blouse woven in a weave called bound weave and her skirt
is woven in plain weave. Her belt
is woven in rya knots, her face is
needle sculpted and her hands,
legs and hat are crocheted. She
is around 11" tall.
POTHOLDER LOOM #3:
This white and blue dressed doll is
wearing a blouse woven in bound
weave and a skirt made of rya
knots. Her hair is a wig that I
POTHOLDER LOOM DOLL #4:
This was the first potholder loom doll that I
made. I had so much fun making it that I
made the others that you see and decided
to teach this doll.
POTHOLDERLOOM DOLL WITH
A COLORED PENCIL FACE.
"POTHOLDER LOOM DOLL CLASS"