Monday, March 14, 2011

Felicity

Finally finished! Felicity is a vintage-inspired cloth doll. I made her a crocheted cotton apron and cap and her dress is made from green and tan checked cotton fabric. Her hair is made from hanks of mercerized cotton which were impregnated with glue and adhered to her head, then painted. She looks quite satisfied with her lot.





9 comments:

Mary Ann said...

Beautiful...her hat and her apron are lovely. I've never seen anyone use mercerized cotton for hair in that way. Very interesting.

McNallys said...

Felicity is spectacular. I love the texture of her hair - how it's soft and still a fiber, and yet it's also sculpture. LOVE this doll!

canngil said...

Really a lovely doll! love the crochet accessories and the floss hair...very creative!

Heera said...

WOW! I love the new kid! I love her little face and her clothes. You have done a great job with her apron and her cap.

Heather Elizabeth Brauner said...

I love her! the hair is outstanding and she has a lovely face .

Jingle said...

She is beautiful!

Susie McMahon said...

Thank you dear friends!

Daryle and Katie said...

Susie... thank you for stopping by at Woodstown Whimsies; it means so much to us! Your Felicity is just lovely. The hair is amazing, in style but more so in the construction. Just lovely... Daryle

JDConwell said...

That green checked fabric is one of my all time favorite textiles. Felicity is perfect.

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