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Doll No. 487
July 2022
Elora, the second of four experimental designs. She is a OOAK doll, about 12 inches tall. She is made from woven fabric. Her clothing is not removable. She does not stand independently, but requires a doll stand. She has a flat bottom, so is able to sit. She is my Helper Donation for ODACA Day. BODY pattern pending.
DONATED

Doll No. 486
June 2022
Annie Oakley, the first of four experimental designs. She is a OOAK doll, about 13 inches tall. She is made from woven fabric, painted. Her clothing is not removable. She has a brass tube inserted into her torso, so she is easily removed from her stand and is able to sit. BODY pattern pending
SOLD

Doll No. 485
April 2022
Liliana is an experiment design. She was prototype #1, but since her body shape was particularly long and thin, I knew I wanted to do something different with her. As a personal challenge, I decided to make a Day of the Deal doll. She stands about 15 inches tall when not on her stand. Her body contains a brass tube, so she can be removed from her stand in order to sit. She has a paperclay sculpted head, painted in acrylics. She has separate, applied thumbs. Her clothing is not removable. Her hair is wool yarn. She has button jointed knees.

The other two prototypes are below (Pippa and Ruby).

Doll No. 484
March 2022
Pippa is an experiment (prototype #2): a basic doll body design for a paperclay sculpted head. Her head is sculpted in Paperclay (airdry clay), painted in acrylics. She has separate, applied thumbs. Clothing is removable. Her hair is wool yarn. She has button jointed knees. Approximately 13-1/2 to 14 nches tall. SOLD

The first doll I completed while working out the design bugs is Ruby (below).

Doll No. 483
February 2022
Cecelia, about 13-1/2 inches tall. Adapted from my pattern of the same name. Made from craft velour, she has button jointed shoulders and hips. Face is needle sculpted. Her clothing and shoes are removable. Her hair is made from custom Tibetan lamb wig, sewn in place. Pattern Available (pattern does not include pattern for shoes, belt, dress collar, or wig).

Doll No. 482
January 2022
Cecelia, about 13 inches tall. Adapted from my pattern of the same name. Made from craft velour, she has button jointed shoulders and hips. Face is needle sculpted. Her clothing and shoes are removable. Her hair is made from custom Tibetan lamb wig, sewn in place. Pattern Available (pattern does not include pattern for shoes, belt, dress collar, or wig).

Doll No. 481
August, 2021
Cecelia, about 13 inches tall. Adapted from my pattern of the same name. Made from craft velour, she has button jointed shoulders and hips. Face is needle sculpted. Her clothing and shoes are removable. Her hair is made from custom Tibetan lamb wig, sewn in place. Pattern Available (pattern does not include pattern for shoes, belt, dress collar, or wig). SOLD

Doll No. 480
July, 2021
Cecelia, about 13 inches tall. Adapted from my pattern of the same name. Made from craft velour, she has button jointed shoulders and hips. Face is needle sculpted. Her clothing and shoes are removable. Her hair is made from wool yarn, sewn in place. Pattern Available (pattern does not include pattern for shoes, belt, dress collar)

Doll No. 479
June, 2021
Ruby is an experiment (prototype #3, but the first one completed): a basic doll body design for a paperclay sculpted head. She has a short squat body with a high waist. Her head is sculpted in a simplified Izannah Walker style. Painted in acrylics, then aged with a one-step crackle product and dilute brown wash. She has separate, applied thumbs. Clothing is removable. Boots are painted. Approximately 13-1/2 inches tall.

The two subsequent prototypes are above (Pippa and Liliana).

Doll No. 478
April, 2021
Pumpkinhead was adapted from an old pattern from the book "On Making, Mending, and Dressing Dolls" by Clara Hallard Fawcett, copyright 1949. I've used this pattern twice before, and was disappointed at how hideously misshapen the head was after sewing and stuffing. I've made several modifications to the pattern, and have covered the head with paperclay. About 15 inches tall. Her clothing is removable.

Doll No. 477
March, 2021
Ginger is a commissioned doll, made for a friend who lost her mother. This doll represents her mother. She was made from my Averill pattern, using craft velour. I used a modified head from my Cecelia pattern. She is 19 inches tall. She has jointed shoulders, elbows, wrists, hip, knees, and ankles. Her head also turns side-to-side. Her fingers are wired. SOLD

Doll No. 476
Jan., 2021
COVID Cecelia (number 2). I'd originally planned to make only one COVID doll, to keep for my own collection. But when I got several requests to formalize the scrub pattern, I needed to sew a second set of scrubs to accomplish this. Therefore, I needed to make a second doll. She stands about 12.5 inches tall. Adapted from my pattern of the same name. Made from craft velour, she has button jointed shoulders and hips. Face is needle sculpted. Her clothing and shoes are removable. Her hair is made from wool yarn, sewn in place.
Doll Pattern Available (does not include pattern for scrubs, mask, cap, shoes).
Separate scrubs e-pattern available on Etsy (does not include stethoscope or namebadge), and on this website's pattern page, as well. SOLD

Doll No. 475
Dec., 2020
"Harvest Moon" doll, pattern reduced to 90% from original. Approximately 19 1/2 inches tall. Her clothing is removable. She has jointed shoulders, hips, elbows, and knees. Her hair is Tibetan lamb on the hide, sewn to her fabric head. Pattern Available (full sized doll)   SOLD

Doll No. 474
July, 2020
Cecelia, revisited. This is my tribute to all the healthcare workers during this COVID-19 pandemic. As an emergency nurse, I modeled her after the garb we now wear. She stands about 12.5 inches tall. Adapted from my pattern of the same name. Made from craft velour, she has button jointed shoulders and hips. Face is needle sculpted. Her clothing and shoes are removable. Her hair is made from wool yarn, sewn in place.
Doll Pattern Available (does not include pattern for scrubs, mask, cap, shoes).
Separate scrubs e-pattern available on Etsy (does not include stethoscope or namebadge), and on this website's pattern page, as well.  
This doll is not for Sale

Doll No. 473
March, 2020
Cecelia, about 12.5 inches tall. Adapted from my pattern of the same name. Made from craft velour, she has button jointed shoulders and hips. Face is needle sculpted. Her clothing and shoes are removable. Her hair is made from wool yarn, sewn in place. Pattern Available (does not include pattern for shoes, belt, dress collar)

Doll No. 472
March, 2020
Cecelia, about 12.5 inches tall. Adapted from my pattern of the same name. Made from craft velour, she has button jointed shoulders and hips. Face is needle sculpted. Her clothing and shoes are removable. Her hair is made from textured yarn, sewn in place. Pattern Available (does not include pattern for shoes, belt, dress collar)

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