Storytelling With Dolls by Elinor Peace Bailey

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Two revered doll makers - Elinor Peace Bailey and Noreen Crone-Findlay - come together for the first time in this unique re-telling of Jack and the Beanstalk.

Crafters and doll enthusiasts will marvel at the two different inspiring creations and presentations of this age-old story. Features step by step instructions, patterns, illustrations and photos to help readers weave, sew, and craft more than 15 delicate and whimsical dolls, as well as build a complete puppet stage for presentations. Perfect for storytellers, doll makers, troop leaders librarians and parents.


About Elinor Peace Bailey

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elinor peace bailey is a trained artist, and discovered stitchery as she was raising her family. She travels and teaches, has designed fabrics, and has worked as a creative consultant for several companies. She is the author of Mother Plays With Dolls, and The Rag Doll From Plain to Fancy. She has self published books, quilt patterns, craft projects, and dolls, which she sells online and through quilt shops. Patti Medaris Culea combines her love of silk and dyes by creating extraordinary fairies, mermaids and other one-of-a-kind dolls. She has a full-line of cloth doll patterns and her work has appeared in books, magazines and galleries. In demand as a teacher, she travels throughout the world. She is the author of four books on doll making, all by Quarry Books. Barbara Willis is a doll artist and teaches doll making in many parts of the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and England. Barbara's work has been widely published in magazines and her dolls have been included in special exhibits, galleries, and books. She resides in Northern California in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is the author of Cloth Doll Artistry (Quarry Books, 2009).
Published January 15, 2011 by Krause Publications. 80 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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