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Monday, November 23, 2009

Carolina is holding baby Joy.....


Yes, I have just completed baby Joy.  She is 14" long plus her long handmade gown.
She is dressed in antique cotton fabric and lace from head to toe and has an antique cotton chemise under her gown too. Joy is jointed at the hips but has straight legs that are hand carved but do not bend at the knee.
She has antique black glass eyes like the others I have done recently but she is a baby. She looks wonderful held by Carolina, the 28" doll that I finished off last week. Carolina is available at this time for sale. CAROLINA IS NOW SOLD. The baby is SOLD.
Now I see that I have a photo in here with Carolina holding Coral?? Not sure how that happened. If you would like more photos of baby Joy, just let me know and I can email some.
Joy is finished and ready for adoption! She would love to live in an antique cradle.
Thanks for looking.

Sunday, November 15, 2009

14" Coral is finished...........and available for sale.


This is a very sweet Queen Anne style doll that to me looks like a young girl. You be the judge.
She is all dressed in antique cottons and lace.
She is hand carved and fully jointed.
If you would like more photos or have questions, Just email me
Coral is looking for a good home!
She is one of two dolls that I have at this time. The other doll available is the huge 28" Carolina that I love so much. These two sitting together really look old!

Monday, November 9, 2009

28" Carolina is finished............................


After days of carving and sewing, here is 28" Carolina!
She is now finished and looking for a home.
Click on any photo to enlarge to full screen.
I have a lot more photos of her if you wish to see.
Just click my email address below and request photo and I will email you some more. She so much nicer in person.
I am so pleased with her and I hope you enjoy the photos.
She could be a sister to Fanny.
She is full jointed and hand carved from Basswood that grew here on our 200 acres of bush. Her eyes are antique black pupiless glass, and her hair is human hair.

All of her clothing is hand made of antique fabrics and parts of antique clothing that I have collected to dress my dolls.
From her waist hangs a pinball and tiny scissors and keys. Her pocket is made from a scrap of very early hand stitched crewel that I had left over from another doll's skirt. Carolina's shoes are silk, as is her hand stitched corset/stomacher.