Saturday, May 23, 2015

Queen Anne Clothespin Doll Ornament

As you can probably guess, I am still having fun making these little Queen Anne Style Clothespin Dolls.

I took a wonderful trip in my fabric stash and found this pretty pink colonial fabric. Now I just needed to make a special little dolly to wear a pretty dress from such a special fabric.

That is exactly what I did. I made another Clothespin Doll to join my Queen Anne Style family.

I named her, "Miss Penelope."

Isn't she just so darling!

She is available on my Etsy shop.


Sunday, May 3, 2015

Old Fashioned Clothespin Dolls

I have to say, I have had lots of fun making my Clothespin Doll "Miss Liberty", that I couldn't stop at just one(it's kind of like eating potato chips). Once you start, it is hard to stop. Needless to say, "Miss Liberty" now has a colonial cousin named, "Miss Susannah" to keep her company.

This little Queen Anne Clothespin Doll's dress is made with a small remnant  reproduction Old Sturbridge Village Fabrics that I have in my fabric stash. I love this color. I think "Miss Susannah" does too. Her hair is made of flax fiber and her face is painted in acrylics.

"Miss Susannah" is up for adoption.