Her legs are sewn together with whip stitch, however when I reached the ankles I sewed a dart across the front leg piece sew the foot bends forward. I just sewed back and the forth and then continued whip stitch sewing.
Sewing Her Head and Torso
Whipstitch around her torso, leaving the neck opening for last. Stuff, I used a large blunt knitting needle to do this. Then I used a running stitch to close the neck. Try to punch in the top edges to make an even blunt edge for sewing the head to the neck.
You have already sewn her face and the darts at the top of her head. I now whip stitched her head together, stopping when there is an opening that is just under an inch, stuffing and then finishing.
Her head is sewn to her torso using ladder stitch, which is a wonderful stitch to know when sewing softies. Abby Glassenberg of the While She Naps blog does a great ladder stitch tutorial.
Next Part 3, sewing her limbs and hair on. And Part 4, she needs some clothes.