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Doll No.397
Aug., 2010
Averill, in purples and greens with cloth-covered polymer clay face. She's made from camel 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 an elasticized multi-fiber trim. Her clothing is not removable. She wears slippers made from stretch velour. SOLD
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Doll No.396
May, 2010
Cecelia in yellow, made to order for a customer. Made from brown craft velour, her flat face is needle sculpted and colored with acrylic paint and colored pencils. Her hair is a purchased wig, sew in place. Her dress and panties are removable.
SOLD
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Doll No.395
May, 2010
Cecelia in pink, made to order for a customer. Made from peach craft velour, her flat face is needle sculpted and colored with acrylic paint and colored pencils. Her hair is a purchased wig, sew in place. Her dress and panties are removable.
SOLD
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Doll No.393
April, 2010
Tombstone Angels, pattern for fabric wall hanging and two styles of 6-inch angel pin doll or ornament. The wall hanging measures 10-1/4 X 8-1/2 inches, and utilizes heavy interfacing like Timtex or Peltex.
Pattern available
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Doll No. 391
April, 2010
Unnamed doll, made using Jane DesRosier's tutorial. She is an 18 inch wall doll made from muslin. Her head, neck and upper chest/back have been sculpted in paperclay. SOLD
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Doll No. 392
April, 2010
Averill, made from craft velour. This is the last Averill made from my original sculpt. I've since resculpted the face, and have had made molds from this new sculpt. Averill has button joints at the shoulders and hips. Her elbows, wrists, knees and ankles have buried bead joints. She has detailed finger and toenails. Her hair is made from fringed trim. SOLD
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Doll No. 383
April, 2010
Another doll made from my pattern Under the Harvest Moon, designed for Doll Crafter & Costuming magazine, September 2009 issue. She's made from woven fabric, and stands 22-23 inches tall. She has a trapunto style face with minimal needle sculpting. Her facial features are acrylic paint and colored pencil. Her hair is fringed upholstery trim. Her clothing is removable. She has button jointed shoulders and hips, and hinge joints at the elbows and knees. SOLD   Pattern available
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Doll No. 390
March, 2010
Izannah Walker inspired doll, made in Dixie Redmond's Izannah Walker Workshop. The doll body is made from Dixie's pattern. The Paperclay head is hand-sculpted, and is one-of-a-kind. The head, neck and upper chest/back has been covered with knit fabric, then gessoed and painted in acrylics. Her boots are painted. She has a light wash of thinned burnt umber paint for a slightly aged look. Her clothing is removable. Her dress is my own design. Her muslin pantaloons, chemise and petticoat are from Dixie's pattern.  
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Doll No. 389
March, 2010
Izannah Walker inspired doll, made in Dixie Redmond's Izannah Walker Workshop. The doll body is made from Dixie's pattern. The Paperclay head is hand-sculpted, and is one-of-a-kind. The head, neck and upper chest/back has been covered with knit fabric, then gessoed and painted in acrylics. Her ears are sewn and stuffed fabric. Her boots are painted. She has a light wash of thinned burnt umber paint for a slightly aged look. Her clothing is removable. Her dress is my own design. Her apron is from a vintage pattern. Her muslin pantaloons, chemise and petticoat are from Dixie's pattern. 
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Doll No. 388
Feb., 2010
Custom Averill doll made for co-worker, who wanted a goth-inspired doll for her daughter-in-law. Goth can be interpreted in many ways, so I went with a Victorian-goth type doll (almost Steampunk in style) using black and purple. This doll has a cloth-over-clay face and buried bead joints.  SOLD

 


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Doll No. 387
Dec., 2009
Special doll made for retiring CEO, Terry. This doll was made in his likeness, using a photograph printed onto fabric. Stands about 18 inches tall, Terry's clothing is not removable. Hair is mohair, glued onto his head, trimmed and styled. This doll was presented to Terry 12/31/09, from the Emergency Department staff. GIFTED
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Doll No. 377
July, 2009
This doll was made using my pattern Under the Harvest Moon, designed for Doll Crafter & Costuming magazine, September 2009 issue. Harvest Moon is made from dyed muslin. She stands 22-23 inches tall. She has a trapunto style face with minimal needle sculpting. Her facial features are acrylic paint and colored pencil. Her hair is fringed upholstery trim. Her clothing is removable. She has button jointed shoulders and hips, and hinge joints at the elbows and knees. SOLD

Pattern available

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Doll No. 373
May, 2009
Cecelia doll, about 12 1/2 inches tall. Made from brown craft velour. Face is needle sculpted, with acrylic paint and colored pencil features. She has hand-stitched finger and toe divisions. Hair is natural wool lock, needle felted in place. Clothing is removable. DONATED

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