Her hair is multicoloured yarn, crocheted into chains then sewn on in curls. Her face is just drawn, with fabric pens and crayons, then ironed to seal the colour. I coloured the fabric with tea first. Her cloak is hessian, lined with muslin, and decorated with foxes and a quote from a street seller in 'Oliver'. She has Sari silk fastenings for her cloak, with a vintage button. Her dress is made from a fabric with London streets printed on it. Her socks are a repurposed watch thing I was knitting. I wear my watch round my neck, on a band that I knit or crochet. I was trying to do a fairisle type one, which got tangled and went wrong. I had done quite a bit of it, so, when cut in half and with tops added, it was enough to make socks!
Here is another beautiful example, again from the V and A museum.
Having spent the last half hour looking at more and more pages about Pedlar dolls, I found this, where dolls and teddies are x-rayed to see how they are constructed. Fascinating!