Rick-rack belt and vintage metal button.
I had fun playing with her hair design- embroidered waves and a curl.
I’m quite sure she is a twenties girl but that might be because I was listening to a Phryne Fisher Mystery while I was working on her.
I will post one more tomorrow and then all the available ones will go into my Etsy shop.
Too, too many unfinished pieces in the studio. I need to get some pieces finished! I’ve got some girls and some guys in progress- still finishing the backlog of sewed inventory from last year. I can’t wait to get out the toile and starting cutting some new ones! Soon I hope.
She is a green-eyed, red-haired girl.
Vintage rick-rack and button. Skeleton tattoos.
Do you know what day it is today? My blog’s 10th birthday! It is mind-boggling that I’ve been doing this for 10 years!
This is the first picture in the first post.
Things that I posted in the first 18 months or so are kind of a mess- pics sized wrong, posts duplicated, pics missing. Most of that is a result of upgrades (?) over the years I think. Anyway, so many posts, so many dolls, so many friends, so many amazing opportunities have come out of doing this. I had no idea where it would all lead when I started!
Here is something from the first year- Halloween 2004, a Dr. Who scarf for Peter.
And, here he is this past Christmas, same scarf-
Peter grew and so did the scarf!
So, a reminder to myself- you never know where those first steps will lead!