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I've been struggling with this doll for so long, but I'm almost there. I can't seem to find a neat and sturdy way to sew the arms and legs on. Can anyone offer any suggestions or links for how to do this?<br><br>
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You use an invisible back stitch with double threaded needle, stitches about 1/4" long. The IBS really hides well and looks smooth when you finish. HTH
 

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I tried googling that to find instructions or pictures, but I couldn't find anything. Is there an easy way to describe how to do this?<br>
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<div style="font-style:italic;">I tried googling that to find instructions or pictures, but I couldn't find anything. Is there an easy way to describe how to do this?<br>
Thanks!</div>
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