Monday, July 26, 2010

Frida Doll is Done.

Really enjoyed making this one from my newest doll pattern. She is made of felt and completely hand sewn. Her clothes are made without a pattern and designed by me based on the type of clothing Frida wore. She is button jointed in the hips so can sit. She is also button joined at the shoulders and elbows so her arms can be posed. Her shawl is removal and can be worn in various ways. She is about 14 inches tall (35 cm). I think she turned out well enough to put in my etsy shop.
I"m so happy with this doll pattern that I've already started on a new series of dolls. Hint: time travel is involved.

10 comments:

yoborobo said...

Holy toledo! She is amazing! I love her, and her attitude (arms folded!). Fabulous doll! :) xox! Pam

Clover Meadow Studio said...

I love your new doll, she looks just like Frida! :D The necklace and skirt details really cinch the look to me. You seem to have sewed her up so fast; plus moving joints, impressive. ^_^

oldblackcatboo said...

WOW! She's Fantastic!
I think you should keep making Frida's!
So many people love her!
And your Frida's are SO great!
You really did a great job, you doll maker you!

sassypackrat said...

You gals are making me blush! Thanks so much for all your kind words!

Uneekdolldesigns said...

Beautifully done, fun details too! :)

MAB Jewelry said...

She is fantastic! I love that you are so inspired, even during times when you're not feeling great. You're an inspiration to me.

Moriah (MLB Studios) said...

She came out fabulous! I LOVE her skirt!

Sandi said...

I am always amazed at the dolls you create! Good job!!

Wendy Wright said...

Sassy...this is effin' awwwwwesome! Every bit of her is so well done! Wow wow wow! :)

Saskia said...

Wow... so beautiful!!!!

Sweet greetings, Saskia :)

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