A friend of mine, Debbie, and I worked together in my studio to make a doll Kuspuk for her grand daughter Alice!  I photographed the process and incorporated the photos into a PDF PowerPoint presentation.  This should enable even the novice sewist (sewing artist)!  I hope you find this beneficial!  P.S.  I created this presentation while traveling on the Alaska Marine Highway between Tenakee Springs and Juneau fall and early winter of 2015.  It took a couple of trips for me to finish the document.  

PowerPoint Presentation of Doll Kuspuk for Alice!

photo of 18 inch pattern cover
Kuspuk for 18″ Doll pattern by Jodie’s Sewing Studio.  This is a pullover kuspuk (no zippers or velcro!)  It uses 3 fat quarters; 2 of matching fabric and the 3rd fat quarter should be of a contrasting fabric to line the hood and pocket.

The Friday’s Kuspuk for the 18″ Doll pattern became available in stores during July of 2015!  I am so excited about this pattern.  The pattern allows you to make a pullover Kuspuk for the favored 18″ doll and uses 3 fat quarters!  The construction techniques are simple enough for a young sewer. Most garments for 18″ dolls utilize velcro.  This is so much simpler and is very easy to put on the doll.

Enjoy!!!

savanah hargraves doll kuspuk
Thanks to Savannah H. for sending me this pic.  Darling!

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Thank you Savannah for the photo of the process.
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The Layout Process…
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Two Cute…