Merlin the Green Man, from Imogen di Sapia [#6]

Next in line we have Merlin the Green Man, a wonderful fabric storytelling doll-making kit created by Imogen di Sapia, who also keeps a story-craft blog here and an etsy shop here.

Here’s what Imogen says about these lovely creations:

Here is a make-your-own kit for a storytelling character doll / puppet in the Steiner Waldorf tradition.
Your kit contains the following;

Cut wool felt pattern pieces (body, hat and base; hand rolled / dyed wool felt)
Skin tone cotton tricot (head)
Stocking-net (for inner head)
Hair (Leicester wool fleece 10g)
Velvet cape fabric
Printed cotton cape lining
Embroidery thread lengths
Cotton thread lengths
Stuffing fleece (40g)
Wooden bead (for nose)
Paper / fabric flowers
Set of illustrated instructions

*You will need to provide; hand sewing needles and pins*
*Adult supervision required when sewing with young children; suitable for ages 7 + to sew)

This doll when made is approx 20cm tall; the photos show and example of how the finished piece will look.

It is an easy doll to sew, full instructions will be given, plus access to how-to photo tutorials and videos on my blog.

You only need two stitches to make this lovely doll; running stitch and blanket stitch

merlin doll kit

Bidding will start at: £25

Auction time: Tuesday 25th November 7.30pm (GMT)

Note: Bids are made by posting your bid in £ in the comments below. If you need to refer to the Hedgehammer guide (how it all works, bidding and so on) you can find it here. And remember – all of these auctions are raising funds for Hedgespoken so that we can offer workshops and courses and events across Britain and beyond. Have a look here to find out more about our plans!

Thank you for bidding and thanks again to Imogen for donating this!

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