Miranda the Mermaid is a pin doll, ornie, or barrette that was designed to be made from woven (not knit) fabrics. Two sizes are included in this pattern (the larger of the two mermaids is about 5 inches long; the smaller is about 4 inches). Miranda's arms are stuffed with chenille stems so they can be posed.
This pattern was created in 2001 and is available in traditional paper pattern format on my website. In 2015 it was converted to e-pattern (PDF) format. As a rule, pin dolls can sometimes be a little more difficult to make than bigger dolls, due to their small size. If you are new to making pin dolls, start with the larger version.
This listing is for the e-pattern only, not the finished product.
Online help is available, should you have any questions.
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At this time, the e-pattern is designed to be printed on 8-1/2 X 11 inch paper, though it should print fine on international A4 paper.
As with all copyrighted materials, forwarding this e-pattern to anyone (for profit or not) is prohibited. You may sell dolls made from this pattern if credit is given the designer. You may save a copy of the file to your computer, CD, flashdrive, etc., for your personal use.
As this is an e-pattern, there are NO RETURNS OR REFUNDS
Thank you, Deanna Hogan, Blue Heron Dolls www.blueherondolls.com www.blueherondolls.blogspot.com
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Doll Patterns: All pattern purchases are final. Patterns may not be returned or refunded.
Art Prints: If you are not happy with your print, please contact me immediately. If not completely satisfied with your purchase, return within 14 days using the same packaging material. Return shipping, handling, and insurance must be provided by the buyer in order to receive a full refund of purchase price (excluding shipping charge).
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