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Doll No. 370
March, 2009
"April." This is a doll I made for the Eugene (Oregon) joint doll club meeting & luncheon. I used Sue Farmer's "Izzie" pattern. This yet-to-be-named doll is made from dyed muslin, and stands 13 1/2 inches tall. Her hair is a purchased wig. Her face is needle sculpted, and her features are painted in acrylics. Her dress and panties are removable. She wears purchased shoes. The thumbnail to the left will take you to my blog, where you can see larger photos of this doll.  SOLD
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No. 218 & No. 219, 5/03
Amity, from the English word meaning "friendship," is a vintage-look doll.  She's about 21 inches tall, is made of woven fabric and is suitable for play.  Amity's clothing is simple and removeable.  She holds a little rag doll.  Her hair is yarn (curly mohair blend in these two dolls). Her nose is lightly sculpted.   Suitable for all skill levels.  Pattern available   Both dolls SOLD
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No. 214, 3/03
Commissioned Dollhouse family, original design.  Approx. 1:12 scale.  Dolls are made of woven fabric, have chenille stem armature in arms and legs.  Faces applied with colored pencil, Pigma Micron pens, and acrylic paint.  Tallest doll is just over 6 inches, smallest is just over 3 inches.  SOLD
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Doll No. 209, 1/03
Alastair, the Golden Wizard, was inspired by two Christmas ornaments (cornucopia for his hat, icicle for his staff).  He's about 19 inches seated.  Skin is doesuede, face is needle sculpted.  His hair is Tibetan lambswool on the hide.   He has chenille stem armature in his fingers, hands and lower arms.  He's jointed at the shoulders, elbows and knees.  His boots are made of ultrasuede.  Alastair was displayed at an Oregon State University exhibit in 2003.        SOLD 
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Doll No. 203, 12/02
Holly-Lou, original design for Christmas 2002.  Holly-Lou is a decorative wallhanging made from woven fabric (although could be made from Doesuede or velour).  She has a lightly sculpted nose.  I used a combination of acrylic paint, colored pencils and Micron Pigma pens for her facial features.  A great way to use all that wonderful Christmas fabric!  Pattern available   SOLD
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Doll No. 199, 11/02
Commissioned doll, Audrey.  Intended to represent Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's" attire.  Body is adapted from a Mary Tressler pattern; sculpted cloth head is my original. Made from Doesuede, Audrey is approximately 14 1/2 inches tall.  Black satin and velvet dress is an original pattern designed specifically for this doll. Her hair is mohair.  Gloves are painted.  SOLD
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Doll No. 197, 7/02
This is Florence, my Swinging Senior.  She's an original doll created for the IOLCC sponsored "Dimensions in Dollmaking" event at the San Diego Quilt Show.  She's all cloth (Springmaid Tremode), with wire armature in her legs and fingers/hands.  She has inset eyes and open mouth, using a cloth-over-cloth technique.  Her hair is mohair, her shoes are ultrasuede and leather, her swing is oak.  Theme for show:  "Life's a trip, Live it up!"   SOLD
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Doll No. 167

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Doll No. 178,
These 19-inch dolls are made from my Fiona pattern, my first published pattern.  Pattern available.  Fiona is made of robe velour, has a painted face and sculpted nose.  She has real eyelashes, wired fingers, and jointed arms and head.  Her hair is crepe wool. The doll on the left (sold) received the Grand Champion and Blue ribbons at the local county fair in 2000.  

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