May I proudly present my Marie Antoinette study doll. I'm quite pleased with how she turned out. All her clothes are hand-sewn from vintage fabric and removable.
I have to improve my stuffing skills, especially the head, with next doll. I had a lot of fun creating her!
Dear visitors! It's taken me some time to figure out how to make a 1800-th century wig-hairstyle. This is the third one, made from wool rowing, needled-felted in shape of hair rolls and then covered with wool-yarn. Maybe I'll add some jewellery, ribbon or something more crazy like they did in those days.
A friend of mine, has ordered a large Marie-Antoinette doll, standing, and this is my 'study' doll.
As you doll makers know, it's great fun to find out how to solve things you have in mind for your doll.