Faith is one of the dolls that I recently finished. She is quite a large gal and partially stuffed with fabric scraps for that solid lumpy feel. Her hair is sculpted.
Her dyed homespun pinafore covers a calico dress and an antique woolen petticoat.
She sports baggy cotton stockings and antique shoes.
Faith is available at Sharon Renninger's Gatherings. Thanks for visiting,
Good Morning to all! As it is starting to feel a bit more like November this morning after the mild temperatures yesterday, I am getting the chance to sit down and show you some of what I have been working on. Meet "Sugarplum"! She is quite a big girl, toddler size. I forgot to measure her but I would say she is easily 3' tall!
Her body is hard stuffed partially with fabric scraps for weight and balance. Believe me, fitting her clothing and dressing her was quite a handful !
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Euphorbia Meadowroot , a dear Witchie that I have been working on.
Riding her broomstick high over the (blue) pumpkin patch...
Euphorbia is Sold. She is flyin' to her new home in Alaska!
Grandma Chamomile and little Rowan, "Take my hand". "The Mushroom Gatherers"
Fabric and paperclay over a wire armature.
Chamomile's friend, Hermione Hellebore. Partyin' In Kutztown, Pa. this weekend.......
Meet Tahlullah Toadflax, a descendent of Tillie, one of last years Witchies.
Took a drive through the lovely countryside of Berks County to the town of Kutztown, Pa. this morning. Went to deliver the first batch of my Witchies to Sharon Renninger's Gathering at Country Meadows. My husband snapped this pix of the two of us and Dexter, who has been busily updating their website. Always fun and inspirational to visit them and this amazing shop!
Beloved Mammy is a doll that I have been working on for awhile. She is hand sculpted paperclay over cloth and stands 19" tall. She is dressed in several antique fabrics with black cotton stockings.
She has her own hand made wooden stand.
Happy Labor Day Weekend to all! Trying to take advantage of the one sorta dry day that they are calling for all weekend. These are some of my rosemary topiaries. So much fun to create and so easy too! The fuller one on the left is from last year.
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