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e-Patterns for Dolls

I have added e-Patterns so you will be able to receive your patterns quickly and save the shipping charges. Shipping charges outside the United States are often higher than the cost of a pattern so this will be especially helpful for those outside the United States. The e-Patterns are in a PDF . . . → Read More: e-Patterns for Dolls

Fanciful Cloth Dolls

I’m excited to announce that my new book Fanciful Cloth Dolls has just been released from C&T Publishing.  There are projects for all skill levels. I included some fun things to try with each project like iron on thread from Kreinik and Lesley Riley’s Transfer Artist Paper.

Take a peek at some of the . . . → Read More: Fanciful Cloth Dolls

Princess Nola

You can find Princess Nola in my new book “Fanciful Cloth Dolls”. The tiny frog in her hand tells you what every girl knows . . . . . You have to kiss a lot of frogs to find your prince!

                     

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New Doll Patterns

Four new doll patterns have been added to the pattern page. Click on the “Patterns” page in the menu on the left to view the patterns. I hope you find something that inspires you to start a new project!

                   

                                  Ellie                                        Camille and Cody

   

                          Emery                                                    . . . → Read More: New Doll Patterns

Pumpkin Harvest

Ida welcomes Fall with her Pumpkin Harvest. Ida stands 7″ tall with a wheelbarrow made just for her.

I love the Fall! The days are beautiful as everything begins to change around you. I rely on my memories of a time when I lived in the northeast. The New England States experience . . . → Read More: Pumpkin Harvest

Quilt Sale

Quilt Sale! Take as many as you can carry! Ellie is up to her nose in quilts!

Ellie is a tiny 9″ tall with red wool hair and painted toes and fingernails.

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Amelia

Sweet and tiny, Amelia is just 7″ tall. The ruler in the photo helps put the scale of Amelia into perspective. A tiny quilt is tucked into her wagon to make a comfortable ride for her dollies. The wooden wagon was made just for Amelia. Combining my sewing and woodworking skills bring the project . . . → Read More: Amelia

Free Puppies!

I enjoyed creating these teeny tiny characters, Kyle and Max. Kyle stands at 7″ tall on a 4″ by 6″ oval wood base. The puppies are 3″ tall with tiny silver dog bone charms around their necks. I am a wood carver and I haven’t had the time to work on any wood projects . . . → Read More: Free Puppies!

More Tiny Rag Dolls

Introducing three new members to the Tiny Rag Doll Collection. Laney, a 10″ rag doll angel, is made to have her legs outstretched in the sitting position. The pattern sample is made with cream and off white batik fabrics. A marbled fabric is used for the body to give an “aged” look to the . . . → Read More: More Tiny Rag Dolls

Fabric Pen

If you sew, this is a must have in your tool basket. I have tried many fabric pens and markers. If you are familiar with my patterns then you know I use the trace-sew-cut technique very often. I prefer mechanical pencils with fine lead because they produce a fine line that is easy to . . . → Read More: Fabric Pen