How to Make a Sock Baby Doll

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I have a fun craft for you today.  In this post I’m going to show you how to make a Sock Baby Doll.  That’s right…. it’s a baby doll made out of a sock.  This craft is a great way to put to use those socks that no longer have a match.  Plus, you probably have all the materials needed for this craft in your house… so no need to buy any more materials.  Give this sock baby doll to your best friend…. or better yet keep it for yourself.  The choice is yours.  So, let’s get started.

Check out our other Sock Crafts or Doll Making Crafts.



How to Make a Sock Baby Doll



 

Materials Needed

Sock

Scissors

Needle & Strong Thread

Stuffing

Black Marker (optional)

 

Step 1



Cut a sock where you see dashed lines



Cut a sock where you see dashed lines… to look like this…



After cutting, the above pieces are what you should see.



After cutting, the above pieces are what you should see.


Step 2



Turn sock so top hole is in the front as in image B.



Turn sock so top hole is in the front as in image B.



Sew front and back of each leg together as shown.



Sew front and back of each leg together as shown.

 

Step 3



Stuff the legs and sew hole closed.



Stuff the legs and sew hole closed.

 

Step 4



Turn doll around so that sewn up hole is in the back.



Turn doll around so that sewn up hole is in the back.  Gather and draw in with strong thread the section shown in the image above.

 

Step 5



Draw or sew a face on.



Draw or sew a face on.

 

Step 6



Fold each square in half.



Fold each square in half.



Sew sides with dashed lines.



Sew sides with dashed lines.



Fill with stuffing.



Fill with stuffing.



Sew shut.



Sew shut.

 

Step 7



Sew on arms.



Sew on arms.

Awesome job…. you just finished making your Sock Baby Doll.   How did your baby doll turn out?  Let me know in the comments below.  Also, take a picture of your sock baby doll and add that to your comment as well… I’d love to see it.

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2 Comments

  1. Rianna

    04.01.2012

    Sweet! 😀 🙂

  2. Nita

    12.31.2012

    Tis was a fun experiment… Plan n making a few more maybe. Kinda hard to do when you have an 18 month old running around trying to get your thread and all the pieces for the doll. So mines definitely nt perfect, but I think it adds to it:) I also gave her some hair and a little dress. Daddy’s sock made the doll and Mommy’s sock made the dress! My son loves it, but this ones for his baby sister!

    It won’t allow me to add a picture frm my iPad. But I’ll pin it on my board.

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