2010 Hoffman Challenge Dolls - Row 1
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hoff_10_dhogan1.jpg (99351 bytes) "Harmonie"
By Deanna Hogan

Original design, with cloth-covered polymer clay face


BLOG: www.blueherondolls.blogspot.com

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Named for a famous female bullfighter
By Patti LaValley

BLOG http://patti-lavalley-designs.blogspot.com
Class Photos www.picturetrail.com/pattidolls
SHOP: www.pattidolls.etsy.com

"Queen's Troubadour"
First-time entry by Carolyn Lanese

Adapted with permission from Barbara Schoenoff's "Jester" pattern. The legs and lute are Carolyn's own design.



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hoff_10_rkratkey.jpg (61233 bytes) "Elvira, Mistress of the Sea"
First-time entry by Robin Kratkey

From a pattern by Patti LaValley
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"Water Lily"
By Sharon Hall

Sharon didn't use a specific pattern, but was inspired by Judi Ward's Picturetrail album which demonstrated an antique-inspired doll that utilized a vinyl head. The head was modified, then covered with a layer of quilt batting and fabric.

Water Lily is holding Sharon's interpretation of a dragonfly.

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"Unfortunate Geisha"
(caught up in a wind storm)
By Charlene Leatherman

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Made from Deanna's Tavia pattern

Copyright Deanna Hogan, Blue Heron Crafts