Monday, April 9, 2012

A Doll, Finished

It was a sewing marathon this weekend, and I was able to finish my Harvest Moon doll (well, except her unders). I used dupioni silk for bodice and lower legs, and while I LOVE the look of the fabric, I HATE how it frays. But those were the fabrics I had on hand that matched the colors in the print skirt fabric.

I couldn't find any suitable fringed trim for her hair, so made a Tibetan lamb wig. I'll probably take her with me to the conference in Ohio in May.

7 comments:

Judi Hunziker said...

Oh I love her expression Deanna and her outfit is precious as can be. Great job! :)

Sylke said...

You make so beautiful dolls!

The Stitch Fiddler said...

She is lovely. I love the Tibetan lamb wig. I hope to try one sometime in the future.

Bethann Scott

Susan McMahon said...

Another serene beauty!

Shashi Nayagam said...

She is lovely!

Sue said...

Lovely. I like the colors of her outfit and her soft hair.

Hanni said...

She is very lovely!