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Doll No. 429
April, 2014
"Livia" (Prototype #2), about 14 1/2 inches tall. Made from muslin, painted with Helen Pringle's recipe for "Messy Mix" (half modeling paste, half acrylic gel medium) and acrylic paints. Bodice, skirt and bloomers are removable.

Doll No. 428
April, 2014
"Livia" (Prototype #1), about 13 1/2 inches tall. Made from muslin, painted with Helen Pringle's recipe for "Messy Mix" (half modeling paste, half acrylic gel medium) and acrylic paints. Bodice, skirt and bloomers are removable.

Doll No. 425
August, 2013
Cecelia, about 13 inches tall (commission). Made from caramel doe suede, she has jointed shoulders and button jointed hips. Face is needle sculpted. Her clothing is removable. Her hair is made from loose wool locks, glued and needle felted in place. Pattern Available    SOLD

Doll No. 423
March, 2013
"Toobies" prototype made for Cyndy Sieving's AFICC 2013 Designer Collection book. About 9 1/2 inches tall and made from woven fabric. My intention is to make this into an official pattern with lots of options, including a "Voodoo" doll variation.

Doll No. 419
Jan., 2013
Suffragette Sally, 16 inches tall. She is made from chamois color craft velour. She has a polymer clay face covered with knit fabric, painted, and sewn to her head. Her clothing is removable. She wears a white chemise under her dress. Her shoes are painted. Her hair is camel hair woving, wefted and styled with a felting needle. Her knees, elbows, shoulders and hips are jointed. SOLD

Pattern Available

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Doll No. 406
July, 2012
Cecelia, about 14 inches tall. Made for the ODACA Day Luncheon as a Helper Doll (fundraiser raffle for the ODACA organization). Made from caramel doe suede, she has button jointed shoulders and hips. Her clothing is removable. Her hair is a purchased wig, sewn in place. DONATED, OCACA Day 2012

Pattern Available

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Doll No. 416
May, 2012
Suffragette Sally, about 15-1/2 inches tall. She is made from Doll Face Pink craft velour. She has a polymer clay face covered with knit fabric, painted, and sewn to her head. Her clothing is removable. She wears a white chemise beneath her dress. Her shoes are painted. Her hair is Colonial wool, wefted and styled with a felting needle. Her knees, elbows, shoulders and hips are jointed. SOLD

Pattern Available

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Doll No. 415
April, 2012
Under the Harvest Moon made from Timeless Treasures Complexion Collection woven fabric. She's about 21 inches tall. Her clothing is removable, including her fabric shoes. She has jointed shoulders, hips, elbows and knees. Her hair is Tibetan lamb on the hide, sewn into a wig. SOLD
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Doll No. 412
Jan., 2012
Amity doll, made from a wonderful fabric by Timeless Treasures (Complexion Collection). She's about 20 1/2 inches tall. Her clothing is removable. She has painted facial features. Her clothing is removable. Her hair is made from a medium worsted yarn - TLC Amore, "sand" color.
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Doll No. 409
Nov., 2011
Suffragette Sally, final design (I think), wearing patriotic colors for the Doll Party Gala 2012 in Ohio. She stands about 16 inches tall. She has a polymer clay face covered in knit fabric and painted in acrylics. Her clothing is removable. Her elbow joints have been redesigned to hang and bend more naturally than the earlier prototypes. Her hair is alpaca roving, wefted and styled with a felting needle.

Pattern Available

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Doll No. 408
Nov., 2011
Suffragette Sally prototype doll #2, for the Doll Party Gala 2012 in Ohio. Sally stands about 16 inches tall and has a painted cloth colvered polymer clay face. Clothing is removable. Her hair is wefted camel hair woving, glued to her head and styled with a felting needle. SOLD

Pattern Available

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Doll No. 407
Oct., 2011
Averill, made from peach craft velour. Has painted cloth-covered polymer clay face. She has buried bead joints at her elbows, wrists, knees and ankles, and button jointed shoulders and hips. She has wired fingers. Her hair is made from fringed trim, glued in place. Her clothing is not removable. She has painted fingernails and bare feet with painted toenails. SOLD
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Doll No. 403
June., 2011
Suffragette Sally was a doll designed for a class I taught at the Doll Party Gala 2012, in Ohio. Sally stands about 16 inches tall. She has a painted cloth covered polymer clay face (using my "Adah" pressmold). Her clothing is removable, and includes chemise, dress and hat. Her shoes are painted. Her hair is camel hair roving. This prototype doll has mitt type hands with stitched finger divisions. SOLD

Pattern Available

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Doll No. 401
Feb., 2011
Mirabelle is a primitive doll designed for the AFIC (Artistic Figures in Cloth) participant booklet. She's made of dyed muslin, and is a pancake style doll. She stands about 14 inches tall and has a pinched needle sculpted nose.  I plan to add more detail and embellishment to this doll and publish the pattern.
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Doll No. 399
Dec., 2010
Averill, in cream, red and blue. She has a painted cloth-covered polymer clay face and is made from tan butter suede fabric. She has buried bead joints at her elbows, wrists, knees and ankles, and button jointed shoulders and hips. She has wired fingers. Her hair is made from knitted yarn. Her clothing is not removable. She has painted fingernails and bare feet with painted toenails.  SOLD
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Doll No. 398
Oct., 2010
Averill, in autumn colors, with cloth-covered polymer clay face. She's made from peach craft velour. She has buried bead joints at her elbows, wrists, knees and ankles, and button jointed shoulders and hips. She has wired fingers. Her hair is made from knitted eyelash yarn. Her clothing is not removable. She wears slippers made from stretch velour. SOLD

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