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Thread: Another doll

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    pal
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    This is Mr. Brains - my son and I made him about 15 years ago. He's called Mr. Brains because his wig flips up and Charlie drew brains on his scull. Don't ask.........it was a bonding thing..
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    That is so cute!!!!

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    Your dolls are so cute. Adorable!!!!

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    He is really cute!

    Where do you get your doll patterns from?

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    Very cute. Made me smile. Thanks for sharing. :thumbup:

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    hahaha! Mr Brains looks like my stepdad. Love him!

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    He has no mouth.Was that on purpose?

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    Too funny, I never even noticed that he didn't have a mouth!

    Guess when I made him I didn't know how to make a mouth.

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    That's too cute and funny at the same time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NauDeeGal
    He is really cute!

    Where do you get your doll patterns from?
    Mr. Brains started as a square for the body and a circle for his head. His arms and legs are skinny tubes.

    The other dolls are 31" tall and I got the pattern at:

    www.poly-fil.com

    "Fairfield" is the company that makes the bags of stuffing for dolls and pillows, etc. The pattern on
    their web-site is called "MommyMake-Me Doll"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pal
    Quote Originally Posted by NauDeeGal
    He is really cute!

    Where do you get your doll patterns from?
    Mr. Brains started as a square for the body and a circle for his head. His arms and legs are skinny tubes.

    The other dolls are 31" tall and I got the pattern at:

    www.poly-fil.com

    "Fairfield" is the company that makes the bags of stuffing for dolls and pillows, etc. The pattern on
    their web-site is called "MommyMake-Me Doll"
    Thank you for sharing your doll pics! They are too cute!....especially Mr Brains! Thanks for the search link too!

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    He's great! Love the hair, and the button really suits him.

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    He's so cute!!! I love how you have them all displayed!
    :) :)

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    He is adorable. Your dolls are all great.

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