I like her!! She's about 14" tall.
Started a little dress from a pillowcase today. Worked on it when I was away from home, so I basted a binding strip from the armhole cut-...
I have a little plastic composter purchased from the county, and it has a little door in the bottom where you're SUPPOSED to be able to ...
Three faces! And that's not even counting the outermost face. I believe, in this picture, the face below the other two was actually ON a...
This doll was sold as a piece of fabric that the buyer cut out at home and sewed together; my friend Karen generously gifte...
I got this idea from a kids' craft site. They made penguins from wooden eggs. I had purchased these speckled plastic eggs as doll he...
According to my online research, "Tuck Comb dolls," are classed, along with other "peg woodens, or pennywoods" as Grodn...
No two dolls were the same. I want one!! http://down---to---earth.blogspot.com/
Let me know what you think: is this a penguin or an owl? Help me decide. Leave a comment with your vote: most votes decides for me. He is ma...
This is a wooden doll, carved by James Orem. He is retiring from making dolls as he has neuropathy; it will be a loss for doll lovers and c...
Monday, December 27, 2010
Sunday, December 19, 2010
This latest one is bound for the gallery fairly soon. I guess there's no hurry, because I don't think we'll be open again until after the New Year. I can't remember if we'll be open on the 30th and 31st or not.
As I recall, she was half done last spring when my cousin was visiting here!!! Bad, bad, bad me!!! But, she is now done and as you can see from the pictures, she's having a jolly good time down at the gallery!!
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Sunday, December 12, 2010
The Toy Society World Wide Christmas Drop will be next weekend, December 18 and 19. I have four toys made, so far. Last year I dropped 30 toys, but I won't be doing that many this year. I hope there are enough new members so that we still reach our goal of 300 toys dropped. For more information, see the Toy Society's blog: http://thetoysociety.blogspot.com/