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"Madame Le Chat" by Jamielynn DaVault

"Madame Le Chat" by Jamielynn DaVault

A new challenge for me last year was this armature doll. Pattern by Stephanie Novatski. I've made over 100 cloth dolls, but never a full armature before. I created my own little mouse with matching outfit (instead of the store bought mouse the pattern called for). I added a tiny little metal "pooper scooper" to the faux pearl mouse leash. What ladies they both are!

Check out Stephanie's--- Click HERE!


"Oceanna Blue" by Maria Buckner

"Oceanna Blue" by   Maria Buckner

This is "Oceanna Blue", Deanna's Muse. This is my third attempt, made for my daughter, Deanna's birthday, from Bonnie B. Lewis' & Mary Ann Kaahanui's patterns, "A Doll for All Seasons", & "Merina, Bearing Gifts From the Sea."

I made the tyvek seaweed to use in the backdrop, which also included some floral spanish moss I had & a "sea fan" floral decoration I bought & reworked to give the doll stand an "ocean look." I also put "sticky-felt" cut to fit the base, & glued Florida (our home state) beach sand, shells,& coral rock (collected through the years) to the base. My husband found the "treasure chest"& little seahorse figurine online.

I was thrilled to be able to include some little treasures for our daughter in the chest!
"Oceanna Blue's" tail was made from the sequined bodice on my daughter's prom dress
overlaid on a lighter sea-blue, "wrinkly", silk-like remnant & various beads & jewelry trinkets. I had fun making "Oceanna Blue" & rekindling old memories!

Check out the Doll for All Seasons Patterns --- Click HERE!


Dolls Made by Debbie Blake

Dolls Made by Debbie Blake

Dolls Made by Debbie Blake

Dolls Made by   Debbie Blake

First 2 dolls are based on the "Jill Maas" pattern Gertrude and the "Pixie" is based on a pattern by Allison Marano .

Check out Jill's Patterns --- Click HERE!

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Dolls Made by Kelly Miller
Dolls Made by Kelly Miller

Dolls Made by   Kelly Miller

Above 2 dolls based on "Best Friends" pattern from Janet Clark.

Check out Janet's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Dolls Made by Kelly Miller

Dolls Made by   Kelly Miller

This troll was based on the pattern from Ute Vasina's "Little Folk"

Check out Utes Patterns --- Click HERE!


Doll for All Seasons Geisha

Dolls Made by   Lissa Gay

Based on the patter "Doll for All Seasons" - "Geisha"

Check out the Doll for All Seasons Patterns --- Click HERE!


Barbara Schoenoff's Patterns


Barbara Schoenoff's Patterns


Barbara Schoenoff's Patterns
Barbara Schoenoff's Patterns


Dolls Made by  Chloe Oliver

They are versions of three Barbara Schoenoff patterns, Budgie, Finn Darian of Golden Meadows, Shar Lillia of Sylvan Shadows. I clothed Finn Darian and Shar Lillian using Babara's clothing pattern. Then created another version of Shar Lillia using my own technique. I used a crocheted handkerchief for Budgie's diaper and shawl.

Check out Barbara Schoenoff's Patterns --- Click HERE!



Mary Ann Kaahanui

Mary Ann Kaahanui

Dolls Made by  Mary Ann Kaahanui
of Dollmakers Journey

Dolls made from Barbara Schoenoff’s Santa pattern!

Check out Barbara Schoenoff's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Mary Ann Kaahanui
Mary Ann Kaahanui Mary Ann Kaahanui

Julie

Doll Made by
 
Maria Buckner
Raleigh, N.C.

This is "Julie," made for & named by my granddaughter. I used Mary Ann Kaahanui & Bonnie B. Lewis' "A Doll for All Seasons" doll pattern & the January "Snow Queen" pattern (adapted to use materials on hand/ old velvets, scraps of lace, etc. ; scraps of soft leather for shoes). This is my first doll of this type. Made lots of mistakes but had fun! Plan to make more. I have made cloth children's dolls for my daughter & granddaughter in past years.

Based on "Doll For All Seasons" Pattern --- Click HERE!


Mary Ann Kaahanui
Mary Ann Kaahanui

Amethyst

Doll Made by
 
Maria Buckner
Raleigh, N.C.

This is my 2nd "Doll for All Seasons" doll (by Mary Ann Kaahanui & Bonnie B. Lewis). I used this great pattern to make "Amethyst, the Lavender Faerie" for my sister-in-law, who loves lavender! I also used part of the pattern for Mary Ann & Bonnie's "Adriana, Springtime Faerie!" I included the picture of Amethyst' sandals because I was happier with how her toes turned out this time. Thought they were kind of cute!

Based on "Doll For All Seasons" Pattern --- Click HERE!

Mary Ann Kaahanui


MINERVA The Princess Mermaid pattern by Arley Berryhill.

Dolls Made by   Alice Niebuhr

MINERVA The Princess Mermaid pattern by Arley Berryhill.

Check out Arley Berryhill's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Dolls Made by Lesley Cameron

Dolls Made by   Lesley Cameron

A little while ago I submitted a picture of my very first doll - one which I had made into a bride. Now that I have the doll-making bug, I wondered if you might like to see my second creation. She is a wire, wrapped doll, again from Ray Slater's 'Cloth Dolls for Textile Artists' book. I stuck to the pattern for the wire armature, but then had lots of fun dressing her in my own style! I made a turban for her (as I didn't have any doll hair), embroidered her face, used a chiffon scarf for her dress, and then scattered a few handmade roses on her.

I hope that you enjoy seeing her picture, and thank you for your completely addictive website!

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Barbara Willis' book Cloth Doll Artistry


Barbara Willis' book Cloth Doll Artistry


Barbara Willis' book Cloth Doll Artistry
Barbara Willis' book Cloth Doll Artistry

Barbara Willis' book Cloth Doll Artistry

Dolls Made by   Juanelle Strickland Marshall

I used the Danielle doll pattern from Barbara Willis' book Cloth Doll Artistry to make these dolls. I haven't mastered the face sculpting yet so I just made painted faces. I made four for my girlfriends in celebration of us all truning 60 , and one for my sister who recently had a birthday.  It is a great way to use up dressmaking scraps and craft embellishments.  I have several more to make and I will definitely be using this pattern again.  I'm still searching for various skin shades.  The chairs are from Warehouse Craft Supplies at $33.52 per dozen and are very well made.

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Pattern by Susan Barmore

Dolls Made by   CK Garred

I am a newbie to the whole fabric doll designs. I have been making my own version of worry-dolls for years but wanted to branch out into the while fabric and soft-sculpture dolls. The doll is from a pattern by Susan Barmore. It is of her "Tish" doll.

Her name is Melaine and she is cute lil bedeviled fey. I use yarn for her hair and fabric scraps I had on hand to make her outfit. Her wings are made out of Angelina Film, microbeads, and glitter. She was a joy to learn and make and now she has a home with my mother who claimed her as soon as she was done!

Check out Susan Barmore's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Mother of the Bride
Victoria Beakman, Always the
Bridesmaid, etc... AKA Mother of the Bride
Mary Katherine ready for her First Holy Communion AKA Holly
Mary Katherine ready for her
First Holy Communion AKA Holly

Pedro AKA Eddie
Pedro AKA Eddie

Dolls Made by   Cindy Garrison

Based on patterns by Jill Maas.

Check out Jill Maas' Patterns --- Click HERE!


Best Friends by Janet Clark.

Dolls Made by   Chloe Oliver

2 versions of Best Friends by Janet Clark.

Check out Janet Clark's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Ray Slather's book "Cloth Dolls for Textile Artists

Dolls Made by   Chloe Oliver

2 versions of wire dolls from Ray Slather's book "Cloth Dolls for Textile Artists."

Check out available Cloth Doll Books --- Click HERE!


Jennifer Carson's pattern Pea Pod.

Dolls Made by   Chloe Oliver

2 versions of Jennifer Carson's pattern Pea Pod.

Check out Jennifer Carson's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Pattern by Lynne Butcher.

Dolls Made by   Beth Beglin

She was made for a Polish themed competition and won second prize.
Pattern by Lynne Butcher.

Check out Lynne Butcher's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Stephanie Novatski's Patterns

Dolls Made by   Beth Beglin

My Barefoot Valentine by Stephanie Novatski was entered in a local competition and won 1st prize!

Check out Stephanie Novatski's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Snowdrop & Frosty and Fennella Patterns by Jill Maas.

Dolls Made by   Sue Daniel

Snowdrop & Frosty and Fennella Patterns by Jill Maas.

Check out Jill Maas' Patterns --- Click HERE!


Doll Hair

Wigs Made by  Tess Trimarco

Wigs from some of the lambskin.

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Witch pattern by from Arley Berryhill.

Dolls Made by  Charlotte Donahue

Witch pattern by from Arley Berryhill.

Check out Arley Berryhill's Patterns --- Click HERE!

 


Squishie

Dolls Made by   Mary Ann Kaahanui

Mary Ann made a Squishie by Shelley Hawkey for her grandson Kainoa.

Check out Shelley Hawkey's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Dolls Made by Lesley Cameron

Dolls Made by   Lesley Cameron

Lesley's first doll! It's from a pattern in Ray Slater's 'Cloth Dolls for Textile Artists' book. She's a stump doll which was altered a little bit to make into a bride.

Check out available Cloth Doll Books --- Click HERE!


Dance like it's 1980 again!

Dolls Made by   Joanne Cranston

I've named the doll "Dance like it's 1980 again!". She is from Jill Maas' pattern "Dancing Doris". The hair is Tibetan lamb, the shoes are key chains and the clothing is from recycled finds at the local thrift store. I love Jill's designs & thoroughly enjoyed making this doll!!!

Check out Jill Maas's Patterns --- Click HERE!



"Minerva the Princess Mermaid"
designed by Arley Berryhill


"One Kiss is Not Enough"
by the designer Stephanie Novatski

"Stiletto" designed by Bunny Goode

"Under the Sea Mermaid"
designed by Cyndi Mahlstadt

Dolls Made by   Melissa McDonnel


Clue

Dolls Made by   Cindy Garrison

If you are from an older generation (before cable TV), you might remember
playing Clue. I got the silly idea to create the characters using Jill
Maas's Jude, Isabelle and Errol patterns. I had a blast making each one
follow the character from the game right down to the weapons.

Check out Jill Maas's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Earth Guardian
Earth Guardian

Doll Made by   Victoria DiPietro
of Atlanta, GA

Patterns Used: A combination of Wood Nymph and Pearl Diver by Julie McCullough with paperclay additions.

Costuming Technique: 7 Virtues Illusion Costuming by Sherry Goshon.

Check out Julie McCullough and Sherry Goshon Patterns.



Sasha

Tina


Lilith

Dolls Made by   Deena Maurus

These are my first attempts at doll making and I love it!

The first three (above) are made from Cindee Moyer's pattern "Beatrice". I never did make Beatrice but came up with many different versions of the pattern. I call them "big bottomed gals"!

The next photos (below) are from a pattern from Patti Culea's Creative Cloth Doll Making book.

I am from Michigan and took sewing lessons in March just so I could make Beatrice. I keep on going because it is so much fun to imagine and create all these wonderful faces and clothing. Thank you for providing such a wonderful website with such great artists and patterns!

Check out patterns by Cindee Moyer and  Patti Culea .


Dora

Little Amy

Beth Beglin

Doll Made by   Beth Beglin
of Western Australia

She is Sonja - Witch of the Forest by Sylvia Schorr.
I am a beginner doll maker and she is the third doll that I have made, I live country Western Australia so used fabrics that I had on hand. Her dress and hat are black felt and her blouse and slip are of light weight cotton, and her pumpkin is felt. Her body is pale pink homespun. I used watercolour pencils on her face and followed Patti Culeas advice on facial drawing and colouring. She was a challenge and there are plenty of mistakes but I love the end result.

Check out Sylvia Schorr's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Lois Moran

Lois Moran

Dolls Made by   Lois Moran
of Wilmington, NC

This doll is a simplified version of Barbara Schoenoff's pattern, "In the Style of Queen Anne." I did not needle sculpt the face as I wanted more the look of the old-fashioned penny wooden dolls.

Check out Barbara Schoenoff's Patterns --- Click HERE!


Kathleen Boxwell

Dolls Made by   Kathleen Boxwell
of Virginia, USA

Here is "LILY" made by Kathleen Boxwell from Virginia. Pattern taken from Patti Culea's book Creative Cloth Doll Beading.

Check out Patti Culea's Books and Patterns --- Click HERE!


Abi Monroe

Abi Monroe

Dolls Made by   Abi Monroe
of Buffalo Gap, Texas

I am a novice to the world of cloth art dolls, but wanted to share with you two photos of my first cloth art doll called Willow.   I became interested in the art when I went looking for a book on how to make curtains, and fell in love with Patti Medaris Culea's books: Cloth Doll Making and Creative Cloth Doll Faces.

Willow is created from a pattern in the Creative Cloth Doll Faces book.  I am now working on my third doll! It's become an addiction and a passion!

Check out Patti Culea's Books and Patterns --- Click HERE!


Jackie Earwood
Made by Jackie Earwood
Celyn Pattern by Sherry Goshon--- Click HERE!

MEMORIES

MEMORIES

Dolls Made by
 
Celia Sullivan, Dolls That Make You Smile., 2008

MEMORIES (remembering sixty years of marriage)
This loving elderly couple is completely hand-made by the artist, with the exception of the bench and their glasses. Both figures are made of cloth, with general and facial needlesculpting. Their faces were drawn by the artist. The hair on both is Tibetan lambs wool, needle felted onto the head and beard. All clothing and the shoes are also hand-made by the artist.
This is a rendition of Bonnie and Mary Ann's pattern.
.

Based on "Doll For All Seasons" Pattern --- Click HERE!


Groom

Groom

Dolls Made by   Lee Fertitta

A reluctant Dude dragged to the altar by his hair. The bride doll was made from a pattern by Camille C.S. Pratt in July 2008 Doll Crafter and Costuming.  Lee dressed the Dude in a tuxedo and sat him on his rear end.

Based on "Doll For All Seasons" Pattern --- Click HERE!


Joan of Arc
"Joan of Arc "

Woman of Valour
"Woman of Valour"

Dolls Made by   Estelle Katz

Based on "Doll For All Seasons" Pattern --- Click HERE!


Jill Maas

Mezuzah
Made by
  Estelle Katz

Based on Pattern by Jill Maas --- Click HERE!


Jill Maas

Jill Maas

Made by   Charlotte Donahue

"Happy Harry Have a Heart" Pattern by Jill Maas --- Click HERE!


Made by   Patricia Farrell



"One Kiss is Not Enough"
Made by
Judi

Pattern by Stephanie Novatski --- Click HERE!



" Madame Le Chat"
Made by
Judi

Pattern by Stephanie Novatski --- Click HERE!


" Rachel's Tears"
Made by
Estelle Katz

I used a Doll for all Seasons as the basic body pattern, with her head tilted a little and altered her arms so that they would be reaching.  The outift is something that I designed.  Actually, as is usually the case, it sort of worked itself out as I went along.  I did some research on what the clothing looked like in 2000BCE.  Actually one of the best references was an illustrated children's bible.  Lots of pictures.  With the knowledge I gained as a guide in an early Canadian Museum and knowing the climate she lived in I knew she would be dressed in linen.  It is easily grown and spun like wool.  I bought several colours of linen but found that It didn't drape well on the size she is for a head covering.  Have no idea what I used.  Might actually be a piece of silk left over from a painting.  The dress has a drawstring at the neck which was supposed to be tied in the back.  The beads looked so good that I put them in the front.  Something again left over from a project that was the right colour.  Her sandals are soft foam, which I like for shoes.  She is sitting at my daughter's in Toronto, Ontario as that is where the challenge will be and she is totally amazed how realistic her shoes are.

Made from "A Doll For All Seasons" pattern
by Mary Ann Kaahanui and Bonnie B. Lewis
--- Click HERE!


Olive

"Twinkles"
Made by Joanne Cranston
"Dylan the Celtic Elf" by Edwina Sutherland --- Click HERE!


Olive

"Olive"
Made by Jody Richard
"Gertrude" Pattern by Jill Maas--- Click HERE!


Dancing Doris

"Dancing Doris"
I made her for our local doll club show and she
won in her section - Intermediate cloth doll.

Made by Fern Alden
from Melbourne Australia
Pattern by Jill Maas--- Click HERE!


Pattern by Vicky Riley

Made by Carolina Mera Martin from Spain
Pattern by Vicky Riley--- Click HERE!

Echlin

My version of Sherry Goshen's Echlin. Great pattern. Really worked up nice. I wanted her gourd for a different doll so put her in a beaded dish. I think it suits her.
Made by Cheryl Zehner
Pattern by Sherry Goshon--- Click HERE!

Raggedy Ann with a Twist

Raggedy Ann with a Twist
Made for our local doll club the Clothbroads. It is Sherry Goshon’s pattern Oh, My. The face is water colour pencils, hair is cushion fringe…and the shoes are Apoxie Sculpt.
Made by Veronica Philion
Pattern by Sherry Goshon--- Click HERE!

Tatania

Made by Nancy Overton
"Tatania" Pattern by Michelle Munzone--- Click HERE!


Aunt Mildred

The Golden Fairy

Josh



Made by Joanne Cranston
From... Wasaga Beach, Ontario Canada
3 different dolls all made with Sherry Goshon's "Spring Face Mold".

Patterns and Molds by Sherry Goshon--- Click HERE!


Annie
Annie

Annie
"Annie"

Made by Brenda Lovely
Free Pattern by KATE ERBACH--- Click HERE!


Gertrude

"Gertrude"
Made by Maggie Wakaira
Pattern by Jill Maas--- Click HERE!


The Pirate and the Princess

"The Pirate and the Princess"
Made by Charlotte Donahue
Pattern by Sylvia Schorr --- Click HERE!



Emma Mancatcher

"Emma Mancatcher"
Made by Ann Marie Santarelli
Patterns by Ellen Haytas - Click HERE

Echlin
Made by Veronica Philion

Pattern By Sherry Goshon --- Click HERE!


Made by Rebecca Rulo

Pattern By Patty LaValley --- Click HERE!



Roy and Roz
Made by Carolyn Hudacek

Errol and Isabella Patterns By Jill Maas --- Click HERE!


Doll for all Seasons Mermaid Patter

" Doll for all Seasons Mermaid Pattern "
Made by Rebecca Rulo
Doll for All Season Pattern - Click HERE!

Hey Goode Lookin

" Hey Goode Lookin'"
Made by Rebecca Rulo
Pattern by Bunny Goode - Click HERE!

Baby Mer

" Baby Mer"
Made by Kaaren Lynch
Free Pattern by DeRue Johnson - Click HERE!

Cinnamon

" Cinnamon "
Made by Kaaren Lynch
Pattern by Sherry Goshon and Jean Barnard - Click HERE!

Grandma Sophie

" Grandma Sophie "
Made by Gay Denesse
Pattern by Patti Culea ( Kessa ) - Click HERE!

Doll for all Seasons Mermaid Patter

" Martagon"
Made by Rebecca Rulo
Pattern by Allison Marano- Click HERE!

Butternut Squash doll

Butternut Squash Doll
Made by Gwen Jackson

Swinging on a Star

" Swinging on a Star "
Made by Paola
Free Pattern by Mary Ann Hull --- Click HERE!

Santa

" Santa "
Made by Sue Daniel
Pattern by Shelley Hawkey - Click HERE!

High Octave Hester

" High Octave Hester "
Made by Charlotte Donahue
Pattern by Jill Maas --- Click HERE!


High Octave Hester

" High Octave Hester "
Made by Charlotte Donahue
Pattern by Jill Maas --- Click HERE!


Dude For All Seasons
by Pam of UK

" I made this doll using your lovely free pattern of a dude for all seasons. I used your basic body pattern, and then I made the coat (and hat) from pure silk using a crazy quilt pattern, I then added some old keys to the front of his coat and.........here he is!
I had fun making him as i love crazy quilting, and the silk I have is really lovely,.... "

"Dude for All Seasons" Pattern --- Click HERE!



Woodland Wizzard


Vintage Silks, Satins and Trims


Sculpted Polymer Head and Hands

Made by David Gust

From Victorian Santa (24") By Sherry Goshon --- Click HERE!




Radical Rachael
Made by Janine Smith, from New Zealand

Pattern by Patti Culea --- Click HERE!



Janine Smith

Based on the Daisy
from Patti Culea's book Creative Cloth Doll Making

Made by Janine Smith, from New Zealand

Patti Culea's book Creative Cloth Doll Making --- Click HERE!



Flossey Flamingo at Dancing with the Stars
Made by David Gust

Pattern by:  Jackie Westfall --- Click HERE!


Jasterina's Carnivalle

Jasterina's Carnivalle
Made by Louisa Rosenfeld
Patti Culea's book Creative Cloth Doll Making --- Click HERE!

Errol Errol
Errol
Errol

Dolls Made by Jan Demetralis


Grandfather with his dog

"Grandfather with his dog"
Made by Sun - Ok Park
Pattern ( Bob Boomer ) by Mary Kochevar --- Click HERE!


Apsara The Gypsy
"Apsara The Gypsy"
made by Shashi Nayagam
Pattern ( Wind Dancer) by Mary Tressler --- Click HERE!

 January Snow Queen
Snow Queen
by Karen Little

"I made the doll as a raffle prize for a fundraiser for my Girl Guide Unit (Girl Scouts in the USA ).  So I made her a little more child friendly than I might have normally.  She went over well and was won by a lady who makes porcelain dolls and so could appreciate all my work!"

"Doll for All Seasons" Pattern --- Click HERE!


Echlin
"Miss Priss"
M
ade by Nita Butler

Free Pattern by Kate Erbach --- Click HERE!


Errol

" Errol "
Jude

" Jude "

Dolls Made by Elaine Watkins
Patterns by Jill Maas --- Click HERE!


Errol
Jude

Dolls Made by Elaine Watkins
Patti Culea's book Creative Doll Faces --- Click HERE!


Echlin

"Echlin"
Made by Samantha Grout
Pattern by Sherry Goshon --- Click HERE!



Snow Queen

Made by Sandra Schodt
Patti Culea's book Creative Cloth Doll Making

Mermaid

" Mermaid"
Made by Jackie Earwood
Pattern by Mary Tressler --- Click HERE!


Mermaid

"Muse"
Made by Monica Magness
Pattern by Julie McCullough --- Click HERE!


Maisy

" Maisy "
Made by Natalie Hamade
Pattern by Mary Tressler --- Click HERE!


She walks with a locked heart

"She walks with a locked heart "
Made by Monica Magness
I have named "She walks with a locked heart" which I "birthed" by combining two patterns: 1. "Just in Jest" by Becky Holloway and 2. I have used a pair of arms left over from my playing around with parts while using Patti Culeas book.


Snow Queen
Snow Queen

Made by Jackie Earwood
"Willow" Pattern by Sherry Goshon --- Click HERE!
Snow Queen

"Mikweh"
Made by Jackie Earwood
Pattern by Mary Tressler --- Click HERE!


Snow Queen

" Creola"
Made by Jackie Earwood
Pattern by Mary Tressler --- Click HERE!


Snow Queen

"You get better with age"
Made by Rivkah Tzevva
Pattern by Patti Culea --- Click HERE!

Snow Queen

"Elanna"
Made by Rivkah Tzevva
Pattern by Patti Culea --- Click HERE!


Snow Queen

"Zoller"
Made by Stephanie Harris
"Patapsco Valley Pixie" Pattern by Donna Schramek --- Click HERE!


Snow Queen

"Mikweh"
Made by Kathleen Muller
Pattern by Mary Tressler --- Click HERE!



Bug Girl
Bug Girl
"Bug Girl"

Made by Stephanie Novatski
Made from a combination of patterns 2 and 3
found in Patti Culea's "Creative Cloth Doll Making."


Petal
Petal Petal
"Petal"

Made by Stephanie Novatski
She is adapted from Jewell by Bunny Goode and
Doll 3 from Patti Culea's book "Creative Cloth Doll Making."



Made by Louise Rosenfeld
Pattern found in Patti Culea's "Creative Cloth Doll Making."

Snow Queen
Snow Queen
"Snow Queen"
Made by Natalie Hamade
Pattern by Mary Tressler --- Click HERE!
Two Friends
Two Friends
"Lotus"
Made by Natalie Hamade
Pattern by Mary Tressler --- Click HERE!

Two Friends
"Two Friends"
Made by Frances Irene Pichard
from Patti Culea's Radical Rachel Pattern --- Click HERE!

Anja Asenjo
"Veronique"

Made by Holly Zarcone
Pattern found in Patti Culea's "Creative Cloth Doll Making."


Anja Asenjo
"Audine" made as a ballerina!

Made by Anja Asenjo
Pattern by Patti Culea --- Click HERE!


"Emma Mancatcher"

Made by Susan Daniel
Pattern by Ellen Haytas


"Sahara"

Made by Tina Keenan
Pattern by Lynne Butcher --- Click HERE!


"Couch Potato and Missus"

Made by Tina Keenan
Pattern by Lynne Butcher --- Click HERE!


"Nefertiti"

Made by Shirley Walker
Pattern by Claire-ellen --- Click HERE!


"Nefertiti"

Made by Wanda Fortenberry
Pattern by Claire-ellen --- Click HERE!


Made by Cheryl Zehner
Doll made for the
Glitter Town Dollys Doll Club Gypsy Masquerade Challenge.

"Happy Birthday Honey" pattern by Mimi Winer
--- Click HERE!


"Mareena"
Made by Cheryl Zehner
She used face painting techniques she learned
in Patti Culea's book "Creative Cloth Doll Making"

Pattern by Patti LaVally --- Click HERE!


"Flamenco Dancer"
Made by Gay Denesse

"I Haven't Got a Thing to Wear" pattern by Mary Tressler --- Click HERE!


"Woman With A Basket"
Made by Tina Keenan

Pattern by Mary Tressler --- Click HERE!


"Savoring the Moment"
(click on picture for larger view)
by Mary Ann Kaahanui

What is she thinking about?
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