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Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States
Hello doll lovers! This blog was created to tell you about dolls I have made and classes I teach on doll making at Attic Window Quilt Shop in Comstock Park, Michigan (a suburb of Grand Rapids). My goal in teaching is to pass on the love of making heirloom quality dolls. Most of the dolls I make (and hold classes for) are designed by Gail Wilson - visit her website at . Page down my blog for some fun doll links including antique doll sites and hard to find doll supplies.

Friday, March 29, 2019

Hello Again!

Well, Hello again, I apologize for my long absence!  Nothing but a senior moment hit me....I lost my password to my email account associated with this blog and it took until now to regain control of my account. It’s good to be back!

The Thursday group that meets at Attic Window Quilt Shop has been busy making dolls all the while my blog has been quiet. We have made the Topsy Turvey doll, Mammy from the historical series, Hitty, Pinocchio, Mother Goose, Little Bo Peep, Humpty Dumpty, and many more.  Ok, true confession, not all of these actually got finished!

Currently three of us are making feedsack dolls and next up will be a repeat of the New York Doll (in May). We made this doll awhile ago, but a few of us would like to make it again. She has lovely fingers. The pattern piece for her hand I scanned into my embroidery sewing machine and let the embroidery module sew it. Perfect fingers every time. I have since traded that machine in. Hopefully the new machine does it just as nice.

You can view some of these dolls at Attic Window Quilt Shop in Comstock Park, Mi or here at Gail’s website:

Here’s my Mammy. I had her listed in my Etsy Shop, but was unlisted due to her sensitive nature. I had better luck with my topsy turvey doll.  And yes, that is my nosey kitty in the picture!

Since we have open bee group when we aren’t having an official doll class, we have a few quilters who join us on Thursdays.  You should see some of the amazing things they make!

It’s so nice to be back! 

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