Okeydokey, when do you want me to start it?? Like Monday or later when everyone gets stockinette? **Do everyone have a pattern? Or should I try to draw something and put it online?? #1 You don't have to use stockinette - it's easier to sculpt, but you don't "need" it. You can just use a piece of white cotton interlock sewn into a tube. If anyone wants some, I have unbleached 2 inch - nice, thick stuff. It's $1.50/yd - enough to make 3-4 doll heads. PM me or email me if you're interested - firstname.lastname@example.org #2 Skin tone knit: I prefer to buy the white interlock at JoAnns and dye it with rit dye. Make sure you prewash the fabric on HOT HOT HOT!! You need to test the fabric in the dye first. blush - mauve/peach peach - peach or tangerine mocha (like dark chocolate milk) - dark brown/tan/mauve tan - tan dark brown - dark brown #3 Hair - I will be doing the sew-a-long with crocheted hair for a ponytail or pigtails for girl dolls and just a cap style for boys. It's the only way I can do the hair - that sewing the hair through the head thing drives me nuts. #4 Supplies: DOLL: pattern cotton string stuffing - wool, poly, cotton skin tone interlock knit - 1/2 yd thread to match skin tone knit straight pins embroidery floss for eyes and mouth mohair/wool yarn for hair crochet hook - I prefer size C or D dollmaking needle (can get this at JoAnns/Hobby Lobby) - 3 and 5 inch sizes (5 inch is easier, but 3 in works too). sharp needles - smaller ones for sewing body Optional: blusher for the cheeks CLOTHES: 1/2 yd of fabric - makes jumper or dress and matching pantaloons Lg scrap (fq size) - for shirt I think I've covered everything, if not, let me know. Feel free to PM me or email me, I'll be in and out for the next few days, but I'll answer asap.