Let us take you back to a simpler time.... Sunday dolls were fashioned in the early to mid 1900's to help entertain and occupy children during long, ceremonial church services. The dolls would not only act as a fiddle toy, keeping squirmy children occupied, but would be extremely quiet even when dropped.
The packaging of this kit is also the key material in the craft: the handkerchief. Instructions included within contain detailed steps complete with pictures, describing how to turn a simple square of cloth and a few trimmings into a sweetly simple doll.
- 1 handkerchief (handmade from recycled fabric)
- 1 jute or satin piece
- white and brown thread
- 1 needle
- 1 piece of polyester fill
- 1 short lace piece
- 1 longer lace piece
- Instructions and facts & history
Recommended for ages 5 and up (adults may enjoy this too!). Supervision may be required for help with the needle.
Made by Sew North Gifts in Prince George, BC, Canada.