It's been doll-making Grand Central Station around here lately. A few weeks ago, a number of boxes, envelopes and bags made their way to our home, all looking suspiciously alike. Inside the packages, variants of this:The anatomy of a Waldorf doll. A volume of fleece, a square of cotton, some string, mohair. And it was my responsibility to make this bag of nondescript stuff into something really magical. And I think I pulled it off. Twice.
I positively adore this face! I couldn't have planned it better, and I hope my future dolls are as charming.
She waited for a while to have her hair and arms attached . . .
. . . and I do believe it was worth the wait!
After another wait, I got her outfit complete.
Now all that remains to be done is a decent photo shoot, and she may go to her new home. I hear she will be a Christmas gift for little D.
Definitely not as many photos, I'm not in love with Mac's baby. Her momma coughed up for a pre-made head and pre-sewn body. This gave me considerably less control over the creative process. I'm a little hesitant to even put my name on this one, but she came out reasonably well.
And I admit to being completely blown away by her amazing hair!!
Now she needs some clothes, a photo shoot and then she may go home as well!