Rainy Day Doll-er
Pillow Case Dress for Little Dresses for Africa
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-...
Very Old Cloth Doll: The Story Continues
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...
Moving the Composter
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 ...
Art Fabric Mills Doll, c 1900
This doll was sold as a piece of fabric that the buyer cut out at home and sewed together; my friend Karen generously gifte...
Rebecca's Denim Crazy Quilt
The Penguinees have arrived!!
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...
More Info about Tuck Comb Dolls
According to my online research, "Tuck Comb dolls," are classed, along with other "peg woodens, or pennywoods" as Grodn...
One of Ella Smith's Original Alabama Babies
No two dolls were the same. I want one!! http://down---to---earth.blogspot.com/
Penguin or Owl?
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...
Tuck Comb Doll from James Orem
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...
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Show and Tell Site At Doll Collectors
I posted the story of my pegwooden Jane there, and how I came to get her:
Other doll makers/collectors might like to go there and post some pictures, too. It's always interesting to read stories about other peoples' dolls.
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Show and Tell site