I believe this toile is a reproduction from Colonial Williamsburg. It has lots of amazing imagery.
Phew! I am now all caught up! My boxes from California were suppose to show up yesterday but nope. Once they have arrived, I will show what I have available over on Instagram and then start the tedious job of listing everything onto etsy. That will probably take several days. Well, I know what I’ll be doing this next week.
He has a man with a rifle and a hound on his chest, plus a cherub on his arm!
And red boots.
I’m back, the show behind me, and I am going to take it slow for a while. I never finished posting the last dolls. So, here we go, 3 more fellows.
The show was not the best so I have lots of dolls to post into my etsy shop, once my boxes get home. On the positive side, it was great to leave the hot and humid Northeast and spend some time in a cool climate. I will post more about the show in a few days.
He has his summer linen jacket on.
Why yes, that is a squirrel vest!
And his briefcase-
She is wearing her blending-in colors- obviously an introvert like me.
Her satchel open-
She has a double gauze dress and a cashmere sweater.
Her dress has frogs and lily pads.
A close-up of her purse-
and what is inside-
You can’t see in the other photos, but the sweater has a lace trim at the neckline.
She has a backpack for all her school supplies. Backpack details-
And here she is, face-front. She has a soft purple cashmere sweater and a bunny dress.
Sweet Face ♥
Look at the difference in size between the top green and black fish, and the middle red fish. Same pattern, different fabrics. The red fish is made out of all reclaimed sweater knits and so the stretchier material g-r-o-w-s when I stuff it! Also, the red fish is softer (and floppier) in general. Not sitting up straight for the photo!
This is the last baby of this group.