Sunday, September 28, 2008

Finished! (Well, almost)





These pictures show a little of the wig-making process - you can see the board I use to tension a thread to which the mohair fleece is knotted in tiny clumps. You can also see the wig-cap made from stretch knit fabric fitted to the doll's head.
She is almost finished - she has no (*whispers*) underwear, no shoes and these toys she is holding are borrowed, but she will be completed this week.


9 comments:

Linda Misa said...

Hey Susie,
stunning as always - Linda.

Sherry Goshon ODACA said...

awww she is wonderful...

Judith said...

Susie, so many skills involved with doll-making isn't there? Enjoying seeing the process you go through as you make your dolls.You do such lovely soft faces!
Can't wait to see what you do next.
Judy

Lone Pierette said...

Susie , she is wonderful - wish you would do an online class !
hugs Lone

Robyn L. Coburn said...

Magnificent. Thank you for sharing your process in pictures.

bonagraphic said...

Susie,
I can't stop staring at that little rosebud mouth. She is soo precious!! Her eyes just sparkle.
You remain one of the best doll makers I've ever seen. I love your new little one.
Bonnie :o)

a painter said...

Stunning doll, beautiful work...lovely, expressive face. Thank you for sharing your work,

FairiesNest said...

She is so beautiful! I can't wait to see your book!

Lezlei Ann Young said...

I stumbled across your site. Your dolls are beautiful! How nice of you to share your techniques.

Lezlei

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