….Dollectable Day! Please come and join our wonderful collective of dollmakers when Dollectable opens its doors again. Dollectable, Thursday, 1st of November 2018 @ 7pm (19:00) EDT (New York Time).
…miracles come in threes! When I opened my first etsy shop in August 2011, then still as SewingBoxPoetry, these little dollies were a big hit. Ever since the beginning of my doll making journey I always kept coming back to these little babies in pastel colors, with cute little hats and cozy sleeping bags. TheyContinue reading “sometimes…..”
Ginger hair and happy freckles – please meet Charlotte! Charlotte is like a wise little owl and also quite a whirlwind in my studio. This little girl is about 13”/32cm tall. Her head and face are needle felted, soft sculpted and colored. Charlotte has sparkly glass teddy bear eyes and the most wonderful ginger curls.Continue reading “Ginger”
‘small lavender sachet doll’ This charming little dolly is filled with lots of love and organic dried lavender blossom. The head is created from soft wool, covered with cotton jersey, then hand embroidered and gently needle sculpted. The body is sewn from cotton fabric and filled with organic rice and dried lavender blossom.Continue reading “a small keepsake”
‘Not all of us can do great things, but we all can do small things with great love.’ mother teresa Alina, is my first doll child of 2018. She’s a gentle little soul with a friendly face and sparkly little eyes. Alina’s head and features are firmly needle felted, needle sculpted and colored with beautifulContinue reading “Alina”
…a heartfelt THANK YOU! These little doll children came to life during the last 12 months. Every single one has an unique character and a very special place in my heart. They all have found wonderful new homes and I would like to thank you for your support and interest in my work. So, weContinue reading “it’s time to say….”
‘happy is the heart that believes in angels’ unknown Gabrielle is available here. Thank you for your visit – I’m glad you are here!
‘no matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow’ what a wonderful quote. Winter here in Scotland is definitively cold, wet and dark. In the first weeks of January I truly thought that there’s no proper daylight at all; the sun must have moved somewhere else. Well, we’re not through yet but theContinue reading “Daisy”