Heirloom dolls

Along with other kinds of needlework I love doll making.  I use mostly vintage and antique fabric/linens for my dolls along with wool, tea dyed vintage muslin and vintage trims.  It took a bit of time creating patterns until I came to one I really loved.  All of my dolls like the rest of my needlework are made by me in my studio.  Though I haven’t used any buttons my dolls may not be suitable for children under 3 years old. Also, I never destroy good pieces of antique/vintage fabric or linens!  Only ones that can’t be used as intended and have damage or have been cut apart (by someone else!)

Belinda

Lucy

Astor

doll quilt on my favorite antique childs chair

 

Comments

  1. What a great idea for vintage fabrics! The dolls are beautiful. I’ve made just a few dolls and they are fun to make and fun to give. I recently bought some dolls at a thrift store that I’m hoping to make new clothes for them and clean them up a bit so they’ll be a nice gift for some girls I knew who would love them!

  2. They are beautiful ! The crocheted hair adds a nice touch.

  3. Donna Armannsson says:

    Hi Jayne, I love these cloth dolls. They are really sweet!!

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