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Sunday, January 22, 2017

Irene Mary

My first doll for the show in March is done. I might reverse her name to Mary Irene, but I’m really happy with her. I think she’s become my favourite pattern by Jill Maas.

I had some pieces of a Cypress Knee that someone sent me years ago. The piece I used is like a perfect little stump for this base. Do you know what Cypress Knees are?? I didn’t either, but this is the description on Google.

“A cypress knee is a distinctive structure forming above the roots of a cypress tree of any of various species of the subfamily Taxodioideae. Their function is unknown, but they are generally seen on trees growing in swamps.”

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The staff she’s holding is actually a plant poke. The marble in the center of the sun is a solar marble. If it picks up the light during the day, it will glow for a while at night… Fun huh!  The moss is from a garden center. Love adding things that make a scene for my dolls, it goes back to me treating them like my extended family of mini people. ;o)

Her skirt is 3 layers. Lace, tulle and a gathered polka dot fabric cut into ribbon size. Her jacket is a polka dot black minky, the leggings and body fabric are a thin stretch fabric. The shoes and hat are felt with a bit of beading. The base is covered top and bottom with 2 colours of felt and trimmed with a cotton braid. I really love how she came together. She’ll be off to the Small Expressions show I am part of in March. See my other blog, Events page for details.

Here you go…..


1 comment:

  1. Very cute:) I need to get some knit fabric before I can start her. I also bought Abbey and Friends.



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