"Niho" means teeth in Hawaiian so it's the perfect name for this clutch, teether doll.
The Niho Doll is a perfect clutch doll and a teether. It's lightweight, making it easy for little hands to grasp. It's cute and cuddly to snuggle up with. Its attached teether (or pacifier) makes it a great little lovey!
This pattern comes with a step by step picture tutorial. The simple three piece pattern allows for beginners to feel confident in making a doll. The interchangeable supplies means that you can make this with things that you most likely already have in your home. This is a great scrap buster using less than a fat quarter of fabric.
Supplies needed: • Natural velour or fleece for the body. • Colored velour or fleece for the hat. • Wool or polyfil stuffing. • Wooden rings or pacifier. • Snaps. • Embroidery thread for the eyes. • Blush or bees wax crayon for the cheeks. • Cotton craft string or strong thread to match the natural velour/fleece, or unscented dental floss. • Thread to match the hat. • Hand sewing needle. • Sewing machine and thread