Making/trading/sharing friendship dolls, comfort dolls, doll pins, art dolls, etc.
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Polymer face and hand cloth body
Linda, I love your clown! So cute, my husband said: "THAT is talent!" He is always saying I don't appreciate my gift of crochet and yet I admire others work. How can I help but admire when I see work like yours?
I am working on doll stop motion animation. I got very inspired visiting a Pixar class with Andrew Gordon and Matthew Luhn's. I will share on Doll Makers Academy and any support is welcome. Characters in the short I am working on are a 4 year old, mum, dead and a teddy bear. Even though my mum was a teddy maker for a while and I helped her stuffing and putting them together i wouldn't mind if some one is keen to give the teddy a go for my short, who knows where it leads us.
Thanks managed to do it! Clown for a grandchild. Face embroidered with one thread
Welcome. By commenting here Susan will know you like her doll.
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Hi there! I am a new member and do not always know how things work. I love Susans doll but do not know where to comment. If I w ant to post a photo of a doll in this group how do I do it or must I post it on my home page?
Well my intentions of getting one or other of the two cloth dolls went out the window when we SOLD our business and our house! Moved back to our home town into rental accommodation for now. Try fitting a large 3 bedroom house, separate lounge etc into a small 2 bedroom combined lounge dining room! Thank goodness for a weatherproof lock up garage! Wait till we get into our home again then my sewing machine will be freed!
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