|Back row form the left
||Original felt doll, made with wool and needle felted.
||Maid/sister in the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Made for the
2002 summer challenge "That's Entertainment".
||An original pattern designed September 2002. He is made of
soft sculpted fabric and won first prize at the CDAA conference in May
2003. He was a birthday gift for my husband this year.
||The original pattern was designed by Becky Holloway and born
in a class with Becky.
(Allie to her friends)
||This is an original doll created for the summer
2002 challenge, "That's Entertainment", and was inspired by the
movie "A Fairy Tale". She is kin to the Actias Luna (the moth)
and is an apprentice to Luna (Roman Goddess of the Moon, giver of
||The original pattern was designed by Barbara
Willis and interpreted by Barb.
the garden angel
||Made for Sue Leah during a "Brown Bag
||A brown bag doll from fall 2002. The body made
by Jacquie Lecuyer from a Susan Oroyan pattern and was worked on by 5
artists to create this wonderful doll.
|Front row from the left
||This little fellow has an intense interest in
copper alloys. He was made from Lucy Garvin's "Fenwwick"
|Twirling Shirl #3
||Twirling Shirl loves to twirl. She practices
her skating - especially her twirls - every chance she gets. She is
confident she will win a medal at the next Olympic games.
||Star has turned 40 and danced her last role in
Swan Lake. Time to retire. What will she do; where will she go? Time for
||From Lucy Garvin's Fenwick pattern.
||Crazy quilted and beaded cat made at a course
taken in Meadville, Pennsylvania. She is a purse that hangs over your
shoulder and keeps you company on your shopping trips. Crazy Cat was made
by Cal using a pattern designed and taught by Ruth Prest.
||Even the "Wicked" are allowed to rest.
This Moulin Rouge doll was designed by Jacquie Lecuyer and interpreted by
||An original design.
||This doll was originally designed by Ute Vasina
and brought to life by Tammy.
|Self - portrait
||Displayed at the Shelburne Museum in Burlington
The dolls were displayed at the Ottawa Valley Quilters Guild's Festival of
Quilts, May 2003.
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