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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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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

Tiny Rag Doll Class

I will be teaching a class at Fiddlesticks on Friday April 27th from 10 to 4. The project will be Nelly and Nyles from the Tiny Rag Doll Collection. This project is enjoyable for all skill levels. To sign up, stop by the shop at 1229 Arizona Street, Boulder City, Nevada or call the . . . → Read More: Tiny Rag Doll Class

Tiny Rag Dolls

I have designed a line of small scale dolls made in the rag doll style and I would like to introduce them to you. Please meet the first new pattern releases from the Tiny Rag Doll Collection.


Nelly & Nyles                                   Little Emma Tess Addie The Tiny Rag Dolls . . . → Read More: Tiny Rag Dolls

Needle Felting

Those who know me know that I love to go fishing. I don’t fish in the winter but I do daydream about it. The title of this piece is “Goin’ Fishing”. The rainbow trout is 19″ long. It was needle felted with a size 42 felting needle. The worm has crawled up the line . . . → Read More: Needle Felting