Saturday, January 21, 2012

Patty's Doll

Hello everyone, here is a pic of Patty's doll, I still think her forhead should be a bit different and she needs smaller eyes,and such, but then , so many times, she was sitting on a chair and i'd look at her, and she would look so precious.  In making this doll, i went through alot of emotional ups and downs. I wanted to change her, but i hope Patty Loves her just the way she is.
I hope everyone is well, Happy, and content,
 Much love,


Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Oh! She's wonderful!! I LOVE her.
I have a Gail Wilson Izannah pattern to make the boy and girl dolls.
I don't know if I'm going with the oil painted cloth or the paper clay head. That's after my samplers I have to finish, one is for my first giveaway and the other I have worked on for way to long and it needs to be finished!


Plain-n-Simple! said...

I have never tried a sampler!!!!! You are brave!!!! Although a reproduction old one would be darling for a doll!!!!!! I am curious which way you will go w/ your Gail Wilson dollie!!!!!
Happy Dolling,

Mary @ Colony Mountain Stitcheries said...

Yes, Jackie she is precious! It would have been a shame to change her. I know Patty will love her...who wouldn't!

Dixie Sargent Redmond said...

Jackie - she's very special. I am sure that Patty will love her!

Robin's Egg Bleu said...

She's perfect just as she is! She looks very wise.

Bama said...

I think she's sweet!

Plain-n-Simple! said...

Oh Thank you all!!!!! As doll makers, I know you understand!!!!!
You sure bring a smile to my face!!

Jan Conwell said...

I think of all your dolls, this may well be my favorite--don't change a thing!

McNallys said...

I love her! She looks like she's hiding a secret. Pretty, pretty doll.

Plain-n-Simple! said...

Thank You Jan and Elaine, I just hope Patty Loves her too!!!!

Aimee Jeffries said...

Before I read, I saw the pic and thought "No way! How in the world did she get her hands on an original Izzie!" She's perfect!