Evalina Rose and her little sister Posy Anna are the main characters of a series of children's stories that I am writing. In this blog I will share the final stages of crafting their half scale house--Honeysuckle Cottage--and the miniature stuff that will make up the settings of their stories.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Too Busy to Blog

I have found myself very busy this fall.
 My children are so busy with sports and ballet recitals, and my mother is very successfully having her cataracts replaced.  I am so impressed with how well her surgery is going...she can see again.  We go in tomorrow for her left eye.  I have been traveling back and forth to help her out, and will be settled back home by Thursday, and  I hope to get back to blogging at that point, but for know, I will quickly show you who I have been working on.
 I am trying to get some dolls done for sale, as I am planning on attending the IGMA show next year.  These two little ladies will go in my sales box.

Two new girls  for my sale box.  The red girl is Poppy and the pink girl is Eliza.
Poppy has a green coat, but I love her little red dress and I think I will leave her coat off as a piece of her wardrobe.
Eliza has a removable collar that is tied on.   The pink in her pinafore is a lovely shell pink and does not show up in the pictures.
Eliza has pantaloons and a slip  made of white cotton, knit on 6/0 needles. Her dress is also knit in the same manner and is tied at the back.  her hat and collar are tied on .  I usually tie garments on and apply a small drop of glue at the juncture.  This allows me to break the little seal of glue and remove the garment when I want.  If I am intending to make a full wardrobe -with two or more dresses- for one of my dolls , I leave the strings long enough to retie , but if the doll is to stay as is, I clip the strings to an appropriate length.  Eliza has a pinafore made of  a very fine linen, which is lovely, but hard to knit.
Poppy has pantaloons, a slip  and a little red dress,knit on 6/0 needles . I have embroidered little flowers on the bodice.  She has a green silk hat and a "carpet bag".  Her green coat still needs some work...I think that I will add a black collar and some little bead buttons.
Eliza 
It is hard to get close-ups of their tinny faces!



Have a wonderful week,

19 comments:

  1. Oh Lucy! The dolls are adorable and equipped with all the sweet clothes you made for them. Great work. I'm sure they'll be a hit at the show.
    Hugs, Drora

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  2. Wow...what a beautiful dolls. I`, in love with them.

    Kind regards Xandra

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  3. Your little dolls are just beautiful.

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  4. What wonderful things you make.
    I am so in love with the small dolls and bears.
    I am so fond of the beautiful dresses and the fine detailed way you make them.
    If I would like to buy something from you, how do I do this for example.
    Do you have a webshop?

    It's so beautiful what you make.

    Dear greetings, Alexandra.

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  5. Your dolls are amazing and the clothes you are doing so adorable.
    Hugs
    Wyrna

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  6. Your dolls are gorgeous. I love the fantastic little clothes you knit for them. Wonderful work.
    Hugs Maria

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  7. Las muñecas son una preciosidad y la ropa es fantastica . Cuanto trabajo para hacer una cosa tan pequeña.
    Felicidades .
    Besos

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  8. Beautiful. Thank you for taking the time to share.

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  9. What sweet little dolls. Thank you for sharing with us!

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  10. Your dolls are lovely! I am glad to hear that you mum's surgery is doing well.

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  11. très jolies ces petites poupées, j'admire aussi les vêtements.
    rosethé-Minima

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  12. si que has estado trabajadora ,quedan muy bien

    besitos

    Mari

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  13. Hello Lucy,
    It's great tos ee a new post. I might of said it before, but you cannot imagine how much your incredible work, in such a small scale, blows me away. It is just wonderful. I really am ina we of your great talent.
    Big hug.
    Giac

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  14. Your little dolls are stunning.
    Geneviève

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  15. Your new dolls are adorable.
    Bye Faby

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  16. Lucy, my e-mails to you are being returned, sorry for contacting you like this, but I don't know how else to contact you, if you have another address, please send that to me.

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