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Boy and Girl Glove Dolls




Craft expert and editor Meg Leder joins Martha in the studio to make adorable boy and girl dolls from simple pairs of gloves. To make these charming dolls, download instructions:

Girl Doll 1
Girl Doll 2
Boy Doll

Meg Leder is the editor of the book "Happy Gloves," written by Japanese crafter Miyako Kanamori and given to our studio audience by Penguin Group. If you like these dolls, check out Meg's Glove Animals from Season 3. Get more project ideas with television's crafts for kids.


  1. Step 1

The Martha Stewart Show, November 2008



Reviews (6)

  • smile1 19 May, 2009

    This is a great craft! I bought the white gloves from They are called string knit gloves and are $6.99/dozen. The uline company is very pleasant to deal with, and the item was delivered in 3 days. They are the exact gloves pictured in the books.

  • laurenwith31 10 Dec, 2008

    bought the book, GREAT purchase! Learned that when putting together the body and such use embroidery thread vice yarn b/c it will come out less bumpy and cleaner look. I bought gloves at Target for $1.47 in the purse/jewelry section, but you can use ANY gloves even big adult ones, might actually come out better

  • Carealot 27 Nov, 2008

    I need the pattern for the seal that Martha showed at the top of the segment. It is not in either of her books. Anyone know where the pattern may be??

  • spikehouck 16 Nov, 2008

    I found knit kids' gloves in the one-dollar bin at jo-ann fabric yesterday.........

  • Kix 15 Nov, 2008

    Please- does anyone know where to get the gloves used for the dolls made on Marthas show???

  • chasindaisies 14 Nov, 2008

    I purchased the Sock and Glove book right after it aired on Martha in season three. I'm so excited to buy "Happy Gloves" . I made an ellie for my daughter and she still drags it around! These are perfect for our tight Christmas budget this year. I can hardly wait to see the new designs. These are great to make with your kids or better yet...make a date with your girlfriends and make glove critters!