Here is another choice of fabric, not sure yet, if i really like it though. I dont think i have ever had such a time picking a fabric for a doll. Oh My Word...It seems like there is just not enough hours in a weekend to do everything huh?...
Hope everyone is well!!!!
Many Doll Hugs,
This is my third choice, if it doesnt work i'm throwin' in the towel....
Well, Hello, Everyone, I wanted to share with you the fabric I chose for my Itty Bitty Izzy doll dress. At first i chose a white cheese cloth type fabric with green specks that was sent to me by a fanatstic doll maker, Shirley Walker, but after working with it and 'TRYING' to make an Izzy dress from it, i changed my mind, I just couldnt do it. So now I chose a vintage grey and maroon striped cotton fabric for Itty, which i named Sue Ellen, i believe that a doll doesnt truly reveal its self until its named, which was told to me by another doll maker named Edyth,well atleast thats what i think Edyth was tring to say. Do you think the colors i have chosen are complimentary? Sue Ellen's arms are not painted yet, only gessoed.Oh yes, I also changed Sue Ellens hair, she now has signature ringlets infront of her applied ears. Her slip doesnt have closers yet so she looks alittle chunky, but she not.
I hope everyone is as happy as pie, and healthy as oxens!
Many Dollie Hugs,