Sunday, October 1, 2017

Harriet

When I recently made a doll in celebration of the 200th birthday of Izannah Walker, I became entranced with this style of doll all over again! It's been quite a few years since I've made any dolls like this, so it was lovely to become immersed in the process again. I jumped right in and immediately started a second doll in the same style: Harriet.
Izannah walker dolls typically have a "second skin" that fits over the actual body - I decided to give that technique a try with this doll. It took a few tries, but I eventually got the shaping right (I needed to make some tucks to accommodate her rather full derriere!)

So here is my dear sweet Harriet - she has a blue print cotton dress, silk shoes and a knitted cotton apron. Still to come, a cape with a hood and some pretty underthings. 









 

3 comments:

KittyAnn said...

She is exquisite Susie! I do like the 2nd 'skin' on Harriet, finishes the body quite well.

Jan Conwell said...

So sweet and peaceful looking.

Susan McMahon said...

Thanks! Having lots of fun (-: :-)

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