Friday, January 20, 2012

Done and Dusted!

The class at Bear Essence at Tooradin went really well - those gals did a great job on their dolls! (And I have a feeling that some of them may be "turning"  - from bear-makers into doll-makers!) I forgot to take my camera so you'll have to look at the Bear Essence blog to see pictures when they are uploaded.
I finished the "demo doll" when I got home yesterday, because I really wanted to see how this little knitted and crocheted outfit would look..........yay! I LIKE how it looks! This wild little red-head is called "Bettina". And no, I can't claim the bear as my work - my older sister, Jan, made it for my birthday a year ago.




13 comments:

Rebecca said...

What a cutie!

Zan Asha said...

Sooo lovely! And apparently your sister is as talented as you are...love the bear :)

Mary @ Colony Mountain Stitcheries said...

What a darling...from head to toe! You have outdone yourself on this precious crocheted and knit outfit. Love the bear, too!

Linda Searle Dolls said...

Oh Susie, she is gorgeous. I so want to hold her!!

Judi Hunziker said...

Adorable little face and I love her red hair!

Susie said...

Just too beautiful as always! fantastic!

Jan Conwell said...

How cool...she really LOOKS like a "Bettina".

maddyrose said...

A real charmer. Love the little outfit. It's a perfect choice for this sweet girl. Your sister makes cute bears too.

Sue said...

Susie, she is fabulous! Love her colouring and her little outfit is so adorable! Just wonderful!

Glad your class went well!

Mary Moore said...

She is soooo cute...Her coloring is wonderful..

Lyn said...

She is really cute like her lots:o))
Take care and have a good weekend.
Hugs Lyn x

merrijane said...

Adorable, as always Susie! I checked out the Bear Essence blog to see the dolls from your class. They look wonderful. I never fail to be amazed at how a single mould can take on so many personalities in the hands of different people.

susana said...

the volume of her hair, looks soft and warm, very curious on how it was made, looking forward one day can join your class :)

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