Western Dollmakers Inc
Cloth Doll Association
Cloth Doll Association
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Aims to foster
Cloth Dollmaking in

NEW MEMBERS
ALWAYS WELCOME
WORKSHOPS
Workshops form the basis by which members support and assist other
members with skills and techniques required in cloth dollmaking.

Monthly "adhoc" workshops are conducted during the course of a meeting
providing tips, hints and sometimes "crafty" innovations that can be used
in dollmaking.

Specific workshops are conducted by local Doll Designers teaching their
own pattern.  These workshops are highly sought after as those members
who attend generally gain a greater insight into new techniques.
Select
DESIGNERS to obtain their contact details.

Overseas designers and instructors normally conduct
workshops at the request of individual Australian doll clubs. Western
Dollmakers generally know which designers will be available for the
upcoming year. These workshops are generally well attended.

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Additional Sewing Day
Members are invited to attend an additional sewing day.
FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH (except August)

2017 Calendar Dates TBA
Friday - 6th Oct
Friday - 3rd Nov
Friday - 1st Dec

TIME: 10am to 4pm.

LOCATION :
Alexander Park Craft House (APCH)
Clyde Road, Menora. WA.
(behind the Alexander Park Tennis Courts)

COST:$5
Tea making facilities are available, BYO lunch.
Beginners lessons available $2 if any patterns and notes are required.

CLASSES may include such things as BEGINNERS DOLL CLASS, info
about FABRICS to use, SCULPTURING FACES, SHAPING and
TURNING FINGERS. WIRED ARMS, LEGS, WIGS, HAIR,
painting FACES etc.

It will be an informal SEWING DAY - ALL WELCOME

If you would like to meet Members and learn some basic aspects
of cloth doll making then
Contact Us for further information.

Thanks Jan Campbell
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Silk Painting workshop.
Pictured above are
examples of finished
items.
Above are samples of the machine felting workshop
The Clay over Cloth Face Workshop
demonstrated the ability to add dimension
in a face without sculpting the entire head,
add muscles, backbone etc. or
alternatively fill in seams just using air
drying clay
LEFT - Washi Paper Doll Workshop