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Doll No. 443
Oct, 2015
"Emmaline," final design. This doll is made from muslin and stands 17 inches tall. The head, neck and arms were painted with multiple layers of Messy Mix (1/2 gel medium, 1/2 modeling paste), then gesso and acrylic paint. Crackled and antiqued. Clothing is removable, and includes lace-trimmed muslin bloomers, skirt, bodice. Felt shoes.

Doll No. 442
Oct, 2015
"Emmaline," redesign (prototype 4 in a series of 4). This doll is made from muslin and stands 17 inches tall. The head, neck and arms were painted with multiple layers of Messy Mix (1/2 gel medium, 1/2 modeling paste), then gesso and acrylic paint. Crackled and antiqued. Clothing is removable, and includes lace-trimmed muslin bloomers, skirt, bodice. Felt shoes.
GIFTED

Doll No. 441
Oct, 2015
"Emmaline," redesign (prototype 3 in a series of 4). This doll is made from muslin and stands 17 inches tall. The head, neck and arms were painted with multiple layers of Messy Mix (1/2 gel medium, 1/2 modeling paste), then gesso and acrylic paint. Crackled and antiqued. Clothing is removable, and includes lace-trimmed muslin bloomers, skirt, bodice. Felt shoes.
SOLD

Doll No. 440
Sept, 2015
"Emmaline," redesign (prototype 2 in a series of 4). This doll is made from muslin and stands 16-1/2 inches tall. The head, neck and arms were painted with multiple layers of Messy Mix (1/2 gel medium, 1/2 modeling paste), then gesso and acrylic paint. Crackled and antiqued. Clothing is removable, and includes lace-trimmed muslin bloomers, skirt, bodice. Felt shoes.
SOLD

Doll No. 439
Sept, 2015
"Emmaline," redesign (prototype 1 in a series of 4). This doll is made from muslin and stands 17 inches tall. The head, neck and arms were painted with multiple layers of Messy Mix (1/2 gel medium, 1/2 modeling paste), then gesso and acrylic paint. Clothing is removable, and includes lace-trimmed muslin bloomers, skirt, bodice. Felt shoes are stitched to her feet.
SOLD

Doll No. 438
July, 2015
"Emmaline." Body by reproduction Presbyterian doll pattern by Lucinda Durbin ("Presbylla Catherine") and my own design (arms, legs, costume). This doll is made from muslin and stands 18 inches tall. The head, neck and arms were painted with multiple layers of Messy Mix (1/2 gel medium, 1/2 modeling paste), then gesso, acrylic paint, Clothing is removable, and includes lace-trimmed muslin bloomers, skirt, bodice. Felt shoes are stitched to her feet. .
SOLD
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Doll No. 436
April, 2015
Averill, made from a woven fabric from Timeless Treasures Complexion Collection (one of my favorite doll skin fabrics). She's 18 inches tall (if standing). Her hair is fringed upholstery trim. She has buried bead jointed elbows, wrists, knees and ankles. Clothing is not removable.
SOLD

Pattern Available
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Doll No. 435
April, 2015

Verity, made from a class demo body. About 22 inches tall.  Clothing is removable. Her dress is made from moda's miss kate collection. Her face is painted with a mixture of modeling paste and gel medium, then acrylic paint. Her hair is Tibetan lamb.
SOLD

Pattern Available
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Doll No. 434
March, 2015
Verity, made from a class demo body. About 22 inches tall.  Clothing is removable. Her dress is made from moda's miss kate collection. Her face is painted with a mixture of modeling paste and gel medium, then acrylic paint. Her hair is Tibetan lamb.
SOLD

Pattern Available

Doll No. 433
Sept., 2014
Amandine is an all-cloth doll, about 15-16 inches tall. Her clothing is removable. She wears pants, tunic, vest, hat and shoes. Her hair is Tibetan lamb on the hide. She has a lightly needle sculpted face.
SOLD

Pattern Available

Doll No. 421
July, 2014
Suffragette Sally, 16 inches tall. She is made from 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.

Pattern Available


Doll No. 420
July, 2014
Suffragette Sally, 16 inches tall. She is made from 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.

Pattern Available


Doll No. 405
July, 2014
I started this doll in 2011 and got stalled. I used an old pattern - Butterick No. 331, patented in 1898 (or 1899?). The pattern was supposed to create a Martha Chase like doll. The needle sculpted face was hideous, so I sculpted a new one using paperclay applied directly to the stuffed head. That was then covered with knit fabric and painted with acrylics. His hair is wool (the kind that comes braided). His clothing is removable. He stands about 17 inches tall.

Doll No. 431
May, 2014
This doll was made from my Verity pattern, but with the size reduced to 75%. She's about 16 1/2 inches tall and is all cloth. Her face is painted with a mixture of modeling paste and gel medium, then acrylic paint. Her hair is Tibetan lamb.

She is costumed like my ODACA Centerpiece dolls from 2008. You can see those dolls HERE, and on that page you can find a link to progress photos on my Picturetrail site.

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