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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Is it really the end of November?

I have been so busy with business that sometimes I have to make myself take time to enjoy what is truly important in life. My four year old granddaughter spent the day with me. It was through her eyes that I again saw why I made my first doll so may years ago.

She undressed and redressed my sample dolls, put them to bed, took them for stroller rides and just had a wonderful time. Every time she comes over she asks where are the babies? I allow her to pick out three to play with and it is interesting to me that she always picks the same three. She loves Paloma, Addison and the large ballerina. She wants her very own Paloma for Christmas, I told her I would talk to Santa.

By the way, have you seen my newest cloth doll pattern, Emmett the Elf? This is a wonderful and easy cloth

doll that you will enjoy making. I have him listed on my website and on eBay as a kit.

Make your little one an Emmett of his very own and start a holiday tradition.
Emmett is pattern #055 and requires just 1/3 yard of light pink craft velour for his body. He is fun to decorate and has the cutest face and elf ears. He requires little sculpting just on his face.

I have had so many ideas sent to me for new dolls and different ideas. Some of the things that will be coming soon are a monkey that is about 10 inches with a wardrobe of cloths, a new bunny for the spring, my version of the ever popular "Bitty Baby", a toddler and so much more. How about a wardrobe for Tommer and Chole? This and more will be released in the coming months. I love to design and I am having the time of my life. Thank you all for the great support in purchasing my cloth doll patterns. If you have any ideas of what you would like to see, please e-mail me at Don' forget to join my e-mail list to receive updates and specials on new cloth doll patterns.


Suzanne said...

This is the cutest damn thing I have ever seen!!!!!

Kelly McCants said...

I love the story about your granddaughter life for them is so wonderful.