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Crochet, Knit or Sew Uglee Dolls 4 Kids

Knitting Patterns Now Available June 4, 2011

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Hey everyone! Thank you for your patience with us. Its been a really busy and exciting week.

 

We now have 3 knitting patterns to work off of. There is  TAB at the Top of the Page for Crochet Patterns and then next to it for Knitting Patterns.

If you come across an error please let us know. Thank you very much for your support.

~Melissa

 

 

 

Pictures of Uglee Dolls by from various yarn artists!

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We have had an amazing response so far to this project. I am extreamly thrilled and can’t wait til we start receiving the dolls in.

 

Until then we’ve had some folks post pictures on our Facebook page.

 

Here a few of them:

 

Here's my first for Joplin! by Caroline Chrisco

 

 

My Girl and Boy Uglee pair are finished. I'll have to start another one tomorrow. They are so addicting! By Rachel Rood Solberg

 

This is my third Uglee Doll. I love pulling inspiration from other dolls that have been made. Tomorrow I'm going to copy Jody Koerper's sock monkey Uglee :-) by Rachel Rood Solberg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Jody Koerper- 1st Doll completed

By Jody Koerper -- Sock Monkey Doll

 

Project Guidelines and Shipping Information May 31, 2011

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Thank you for your interest in knitting or crocheting Uglee Dolls 4 Kids!

Uglee Doll Guidelines:

  • Please use acrylic or cotton washable yarn. Red Hear Super Savor works just fine.
  • All Uglee Dolls should be between 5″-10″ before adding arms and legs.
  • Eyes, Teeth and Mouth can either be embroidered, crocheted, or can use felt. Please be extra cautious when using buttons or safety eyes. Make sure that they are well secured.

Please ship all Uglee Dolls by July 1, 2011 for the deadline of July 9, 2011. (This should allow for enough time to be received during the July 4th holiday)

 

Shipping the Uglee Dolls-

Special Instructions

  • Please place each Uglee Doll in an individual Ziploc bag for sanitary reasons.
  • Multiple Uglee Dolls may then be shipped in the same box.
  • Please send via UPS, FedEx or United States Postal Service (USPS) to the address specified below.
  • Please include one 3×5 card with your name and mailing address clearly legible.

Please ship to:

Uglee Dolls 4 Kids Project

c/o Trinity Lutheran Church

720 Lock Four Road

Gallatin, TN 37066

 

 

LOCAL INSTRUCTIONS (NASHVILLE, TN)

WHEN IS THE DEADLINE:  July 8, 2001 for the 1st Shipment to Joplin, MO.  We are currently working on adding additional shipments to Joplin and to Alabama as well. Please check the website for more details.

WHERE DO I DROP THEM OFF AT:

*UGLEE DOLLS PROJECT

 Trinity Lutheran Church

 720 Lock Four Road                     or          Check with store location.

 Gallatin, TN 37066

 

*Before dropping off Uglee Dolls at Trinity: Please call (615) 452-3352 This is ONLY for directions and to  check to see if someone is at the church to receive the dolls. Thank you.

Any questions? Please email them to UgleeDolls4Kids@yahoo.com

Thanks you again for all of your support!

Uglee Dolls 4 Kids

Melissa G. Lawson- Project Coordinator

 

Hi and Welcome! May 28, 2011

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Calling all in the crafting community to crochet, knit or sew Uglee Dolls.

Crochet Patterns and Knit Patterns are available at the top of the page.

Our mission is for anyone looking to volunteer their time to crochet, knit or sew together Uglee Dolls and to have them collected and sent out to kids that are currently affected by natural and man-made disasters. We are currently asking for all to spread the word of this project in your community. We will have an address posted shortly where all shipments can be sent to. We are looking to be able to send our first shipment out to Joplin, Mo by Saturday 7/9/2011.

All colors can be used. I personally think solids are better. It certainty doesn’t matter though. Please use machine washable and dryable yarn.

 

The Uglee Doll Crochet Pattern is from Caroline Chrisco at The Kansas Hooker. 

Rectangle Ugleehttp://thekansashooker.blogspot.com/2010/09/materials-ww-yarn-color-of-choice-g.html

Baby Ugleehttp://thekansashooker.blogspot.com/2010/10/baby-uglee-has-arrived.html

Triangle Uglee- http://thekansashooker.blogspot.com/2011/02/triangle-uglee-free-pattern.html

Lil Uglee- http://thekansashooker.blogspot.com/2011/03/original-pattern-by-caroline-chrisco.html


 

 
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