Classic Cloth Dolls

A Doll Makers Blog

Saturday, February 26, 2011

doll finished

It has been 4 weeks since my last pot.Where does the time got?
I finally finished a doll.
I got side tracked with red work and small quilts plus all the everyday stuff.

I also spend way to much time on the pc just looking at STUFF and reading blogs.

Any one else working on dolls?

This doll is from a Susan Fosnot pattern. The clothes are my design. The 1st picture is her in progress picture. The 2nd is before I found the right ribbon and the vintage collar. She has narrow shoulders and the collar is perfect.

I am going to list this doll for sale on the new Doll Town site if I get approval.

If she sells ---I have a room full of dolls I am going to start selling. I have no more room.
Some of the dolls are classic style some are more modern.
judy j


  1. You did a great job on this latest doll, and the collar works well to hide her narrow shoulders! I will watch closely your dolls for sale when they come up, thanks for sharing your beautiful work! And...yes I know what you mean about spending too much time on the pc, I must have been a powerhouse before the internet, because I sure am not that way anymore LOL!!!

  2. What beautiful dolls you make! I've just started doll making and I love old fashioned painted cloth dolls. I have a lot to learn when it comes to painting.. A lot of practise and some classes perhaps! Kindest regards from Monica

  3. Your dolls are beautiful. I'm trying to teach myself how to make them, so thanks for your tips, etc.