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Sophie and Mae Are Back Home From Their Visit to Prims Magazine & Are Now SOLD

Sophie and Mae have the same bodies as my Izannah Walker dolls, so all the girls can share clothes.
Sophie and Mae have the same size bodies as my 18 – 1/2 inch Izannah Walker dolls, so all the girls can share clothes.

Thank you so much for coming by to see Sophie and Mae.  Both of them are now sold.

Sophie and Mae, the two portrait face New England rag dolls that were in my article in the Winter 2014 issue of Prims are back home, in all their Sunday finery, just in time for Easter!  Sophie and Mae are two of the five flat face head variations that I made for my Izannah Walker doll making students.  Class members can use the five different heads with their Izannah class patterns.  The bonus patterns are available to class members through the class discussion site free of charge.  Follow this link to read more about my Prims article.

Now that the girls are back from California, they are ready to find new homes.  I’ve just listed them for sale on my website.  If you are interested in buying either of them you can go through the secure automatic checkout at http://www.asweetremembrance.com or you may call me 860-355-5709 or email me paula@asweetremembrance.com.  Shipping is free to any US address and lay-away is available with terms to fit your budget.

Sophie

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Sophie shows off her magazine debut.
SOLD Sophie shows off her magazine debut.

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SOLD Sophie is dressed in a pink and black print dress made from antique late 19th century fabric, a petticoat with lavish pink crochet trim and a cap made from antique crocheted cotton lace.  Her face, head and shoulders are painted with artist’s oils.

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Mae

Mae and her photo spread.
SOLD Mae and her photo spread.

SOLD Mae’s face, head and shoulders are painted with artist’s oils.  She is wearing a silk plaid dress with cartridge pleated skirt and velvet ribbon trim, a white scalloped petticoat, black hand knit socks and handmade brown leather shoes with purple silk laces.

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Sophie, Mae and I Wish You a Happy Easter!

"This would be a good hiding place for the chocolate eggs!"
“This would be a good hiding place for the chocolate eggs!”
"I wonder where Sophie hid those eggs???"
“I wonder where Sophie hid those eggs???”

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*** The girl’s dresser is also for sale, click here to read all of it’s particulars.

 

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I Have a New Article in the Winter 2014 Issue of Prims Magazine

The Winter 2014 issue of Prims magazine.
The Winter 2014 issue of Prims magazine.

I received my advance copy of Prims Winter 2014 issue right before Christmas.  Today I finally found a few moments to sit down with a small friend and look over my article, while we shared a cup of tea and a slice of the wonderful nut roll that Mary sent me for Christmas.Prims Winter 2014 www.izannahwalker.com

You can read all about my portrait face New England rag dolls when this latest issue of Prims goes on sale January 1st.  The dolls featured in the article are ones that I made for my Izannah Walker doll making class.  They are variations on the class patterns, that allow class members to create additional types of cloth dolls.  All told I made five different variations of my patterns for my students.  Two of the dolls with painted cloth faces appear in the magazine.  The patterns are free for class members and instructions for making the dolls are posted on the class site.

Work in progress.  An early photo of one of the dolls shown in my Prims article.
Work in progress. An early photo of one of the dolls shown in my Prims article.
Another view of a doll from my Prims article.
Another view of a doll from my Prims article.
This is my second doll shown in Prims Winter 2014 issue.
This is my second doll shown in Prims Winter 2014 issue.
Another flat face variation made using my Izannah class patterns.
Another flat face variation made using my Izannah class patterns.
Two more flat face portrait dolls that I made to inspire my students.
Two more flat face portrait dolls that I made to inspire my students.
Mary's sweet yeast dough with a luscious nut filling is a wonderful treat.  Mary's grandmother taught her to bake her family heirloom recipe .
Mary’s sweet yeast dough with a luscious nut filling is an indulgent treat. Mary’s grandmother taught her to bake the heirloom family recipe .