So here's the doll- do you see what I mean about her face being a bit too subtle? Although the photo perhaps doesn't do her complete justice? Anyway, she was a joy to make, the book does have a doll with boobs and I do think future dolls will have a pair! The hands have pipe-cleaner stuffed fingers so she can be 'posed'. I really enjoyed using little bits of treasure to make her, snippets of ribbon, beads and tiny bells. She really looks little an Autumnal girl to me- perhaps a snow fairy should be next as the book has instructions for making the most beautiful wings. Anyway this dolly has left the building as I made her as part of my swap with Maria, I do hope they get on well!
I am continuing to be adsorbed by my City and Guilds and will show what I've been up to next post.
Thanks for visiting my blog. I am always glad to make contact with others who maybe pick up confetti from party tables, keep all those little packets of spare beads and buttons that come attatched to new clothes, who stroke fabric ......for hours...whilst gazing into the middle distance. (I cannot believe I am the only one who is maybe half woman/half magpie!) Please take the opportunity to have a glance at my latest 'fiddlings'. Enjoy fellow fibre freaks!