Saturday, August 11, 2012

Hannelore


This is the fourth completed doll I've made using my "Pensive Child" face mould. Although they have all come out of the same mould, they look quite different with very different hairstyles. This one reminds me so much of a German child from the 1930's, that I had to give her an appropriate old-fashioned German name - Hannelore. She has custom made leather shoes, hand-knitted socks and cardigan, a dress made from reproduction fabric and a little batiste apron with feather stitching. She will be listed in my Etsy store shortly





12 comments:

Kays Kids said...

She does look like a little German girl. You have done an amazing job.
Hugs

flyingbeader said...

As always...wonderful

Kate said...

Another beautiful child Susie. How I wish I could knit. Your little sweaters are just perfect.

Mary Ann said...

Lovely. I love her wee shoes.

Beadwright said...

She is beautiful!!!
Nicole/Beadwright

maddyrose said...

She's adorable and looks very much like a child from the 1930s. The little shoes are amazing as are the other items of clothing. You do wonderful work Susie. Hugs

Judi Hunziker said...

Wonderful wee German girl, looks like she belongs in the Sound of Music. :~) These identity verification words are getting harder and harder to make out with these old eyes I might add, :~(

Wilma said...

Just beautiful Susie - there are certain children who you know have been on Earth before - and Hannelore reminds me of one of the wise young toddlers who have that "knowing" look.

Ron Anger said...

absoulutely amazing Susie. I love her hair!

Susan McMahon said...

Thanks all - you are very kind!

Christine Kemp said...

She's adorable Susie love your work

Christine Kemp said...

Hi Susie, I've mentioned you in my recent post showing my Sukeshi doll.

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