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14 Insanely Awesome and Fun Backyard Games to DIY Now

Time to invite your friends over, fire up the grill and have some good 'ol backyard fun! The best part is, all these awesome backyard ideas are DIY projects. So hurry, grab your supplies and DIY these games now!

Uthando Project started by Child Psychiatrist, Dr Julie Stone: Australians, children and adults, making soft dolls for the children of KwaZulu Natal. Simple patterns and classroom project material available for download. KZN is home to one quarter or South Africa's children where 2 out of 3 live in poverty, who need play and social opportunities along with their healthcare and education.

Uthando briefing What we do: Since 2004 thousands of dollmakers from around the world have designed, made and sent or delivered handmade dolls for children in KwaZulu Natal (KZN), South Africa.

Uthando Project Craftalong - Dolls for Charity - MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS

Uthando Project Craftalong - Dolls for Charity - MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS - Ulthando Project CraftalongWell, What is that you may ask. ScrappySue just introduced this topic this morning, I didn't know either

Doll gallery | Uthando Project

Doll gallery | Uthando Project

Crocheted dolls alive with hair

This cheerful crocheted doll has a very friendly face. You'll need 8 ply yarn in brown for the skin, plus two contrasting colours. Made on a No crochet hook, unless using different ply .

Alusa knitted doll

The Alusa Knitted Doll is mainly knitted in stocking stitch, but you may prefer to highlight knitted-in clothing with garter stitch. Clothes may be knitted separately or indicated with change of co…

Guidelines for Dollmaking | Uthando Project

Guidelines for Dollmaking

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The dolls which best suit the work of the Family Literacy Project are ready for play by young and old in each of their “library” centres.

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