My name is Paula Walton. I’m a working craftsperson. I’ve been self-employed since 1986, when I started selling the items that I make under the name A Sweet Remembrance. Among other things, I am a doll maker, a dressmaker that specializes in reproduction women’s and children’s clothing, maker of spun cotton ornaments and holiday figures, and a freelance designer. Upon occasion I write magazine articles and am a Craftsperson in Residence. I teach and do demonstrations quite frequently, plus I was previously the director and curator of a small museum in Connecticut.
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6 thoughts on “Kathy’s Doll”
She is very special! I love how her face is painted, beautiful!
Thank you! ❤ Hopefully her new "Mom" will think so too!
Hi Paula, This sweet doll is absolutely pink perfection! There’s just something about the color pink that is just so joyful and lovely. I’m sure that Kathy will find this doll to be the perfect companion! Thank you for sharing these stunning photos!
Thank you Susie ❤
I'm very fond of pink and had a wonderful time searching through my hoarded stash of 19th century pink fabrics. I love all the 1850's pinks! All of those pink and brown quilts and the pink and acid green ones too. ❤ ❤ ❤
Currently pink is Cloe's favorite color. I'm not sure what it is about pink that makes it so attractive to tiny girls, but they are definitely drawn to it… and apparently for some of us that attraction doesn't fade with age. 🙂
she’s very lovely, Paula. Her new “momma” is a very lucky girl. Such a beautiful doll and all of her dear frocks and bonnet in those delicious early pinks.