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Doll No. 339
March, 2008
Lila, Waiting by the Phone. Seated doll, about 13 inches in height.  Made of craft velour, Lila has a needle-sculpted face, colored in acrylics and colored pencil.  Her fingers are wired.  Her hair is curly crepe wool, glued and needle-felted in place.   Clothing and shoes are not removable.  Lila a doll made from a new doll design, prototype #1   Donated as a helper doll, ODACA Day Luncheon 2008
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Doll No. 343
March, 2008
Grace, 26-inch doll inspired by Izannah Walker and Helen Pringle.  Made of Osnaburg fabric.   Head and arms are painted in acrylics.  Lightly aged with crackle medium and thinned acrylic wash.  Attached cloth ears.  Clothing is removable.   Thumbnail photo will take you to my picturetrail site with additional photos.  This doll is SOLD
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Doll No. 337
Jan., 2008
Viola Ruth, Alabama Baby inspired doll.  Made of woven fabric, she stands about 17 inches tall.  As with the other VR dolls, she has a polymer clay face and occiput, attached to a muslin body.  Removable clothing.  Pattern and Pressmold Available       SOLD
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Doll No. 237
Oct., 2007
Viola Ruth, Alabama Baby inspired doll.  This doll is made of woven fabric, and stands about 16 inches tall.  She has a polymer clay face and occiput, attached to a simple muslin body.  Paperclay was used to fill in any gaps around the face.   The entire head and upper chest is covered in cotton knit fabric, which is gessoed, sanded and painted.  Arms and legs are painted.  Clothing can be removed.  See the tutorial of the making of this doll here:  www.picturetrail.com/blueherondolls     Pattern and Pressmold Available  
This doll is SOLD
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Doll No. 328
Oct., 2007
Viola Ruth, Alabama Baby inspired doll.  This doll is made of woven fabric, and stands about 17 inches tall.  She has a polymer clay face and occiput, attached to a simple muslin body.  Paperclay was used to fill in any gaps around the face.   The entire head and upper chest is covered in cotton knit fabric, which is gessoed, sanded and painted.  Arms and legs are painted.  Clothing can be removed.  See the tutorial of the making of this doll here:  www.picturetrail.com/blueherondolls     Pattern and Pressmold Available  
This doll is SOLD
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Doll No. 329
Oct., 2007
Viola Ruth, Alabama Baby inspired doll.  This doll is made of woven fabric, and stands about 17 inches tall.  She has a polymer clay face and occiput, attached to a simple muslin body.  Paperclay was used to fill in any gaps around the face.   The entire head and upper chest is covered in cotton knit fabric, which is gessoed, sanded and painted.  Arms and legs are painted.  Clothing can be removed.  See the tutorial of the making of this doll here:  www.picturetrail.com/blueherondolls     Pattern and Pressmold Available  
This doll is SOLD
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Doll No. 319
Dec., 2006
Old World Santa (prototype 2) is 15 inches tall and can stand alone.  He's made of doesuede fabric.  His fingers are wired, and his arms and head are jointed.  His legs are sewn in place.   He wears felt boots and a reversible hooded cape.  His cross medallion is made of polymer clay.  His face is needle sculpted, painted in acrylics, and shaded with colored pencils.  His eyebrows are embroidered.  His hair is looped chenille upholstery trim (see more Santas in the Santa Gallery).   Pattern available.  Would make a great wizard or Biblical figure, too!  This doll is SOLD
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Doll No. 324
March, 2007
Felt Angel Prototype (as yet unnamed).  Body is made from felt, about 9 inches tall.  Face is cloth-covered polymer clay, painted in acrylics and shaded with pastels.  Wool flowers have been needle-felted in place.  Wings are stuffed/quilted muslin, painted in acrylics and Shiva paintsticks. 
 
This doll is SOLD
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Doll No. 322
April, 2007
Viola Ruth, Alabama Baby inspired doll - second prototype.  This doll is made of woven fabric, and stands about 16 1/2 inches tall.  She has a polymer clay face and occiput, attached to a simple muslin body.  Paperclay was used to fill in any gaps around the face.   The entire head and upper chest is covered in cotton knit fabric, which is gessoed, sanded and painted.  Arms and legs are painted.  Clothing can be removed.  See the tutorial of the making of this doll here:  www.picturetrail.com/blueherondolls     Pattern and Pressmold Available
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Doll No. 318
January, 2007
Old World Santa (prototype 1) is 15-16 inches tall and can stand alone.  He's made of doesuede fabric.  His fingers are wired, and his arms and head are jointed.  His legs are sewn in place.   He wears felt boots and a reversible hooded cape.  His cross medallion is made of polymer clay.  Santa's face is needle sculpted, painted in acrylics, and shaded with colored pencils.  His eyebrows are embroidered.  His hair is looped chenille upholstery trim.   This doll donated to the annual ER Christmas Party (see more Santas in the Santa Gallery).   Pattern available.  Would make a great wizard or Biblical figure, too!

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