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GONCA GUECSAV-ADOMEIT

LOULABEE

GERMANY

WORKSHOP 1  BY LOULABEE

Needle sculpting the head (6 Participants)

11th June 2020

WORKSHOP 2 BY LOULABEE

Needle sculpting a doll’s body (6 participants)

 

12th June 2020 (whole day) and 13th June 2020 (morning session)

 

Needle sculpting a whole body of a doll gives many new opportunities to develop your own style. I am happy to teach you the techniques I use, in this 1,5 day (three sessions) workshop.

 

During this workshop you will learn how to sculpt the body of a doll (the torso, the arms and the legs) and how to put the skin on it in a proper way. I will also teach you how to attach the arms and the legs, as well as the head (one pre-made by me as example) onto the body. Details such as dimples, belly button and colouring the skin will also be taught.

 

(Please notice, needle sculpting the head is not part of this workshop. I am offering an other workshop for needle sculpting the head. The size of the head will be in a matching size to this body.) 

 

190 € including the material costs:

The presewn skin for the body and the sewing yarns in the matching colour will be available. A printed document showing the steps will also be given to the participants for their later trials at home. 

Materials to bring along to the workshop: doll needles and sewing needles, felting needles, embroidery scissors and measuring tape.

Sculpting a doll's head with the needle felting technique is getting interesting for many doll makers.


I have been using this method for some years now, and developped my own technique.


In this workshop I will teach you how to sculpt a head and to put the skin on it in a proper way. Afterwards we will put some details to form the lips and the other parts of the face and put the color on the skin.


This is a one full day (two sessions) workshop.

 

170 € including the material costs:

The presewn skin for the head, wool and the embroidery yarn will be available for the participants. A printed document showing the steps will be also given to the participants for their later trials at home. 

 

Materials to bring along to the workshop: doll needles and sewing needles, felting needles, embroidery scissors and measuring tape.