Sunday, January 31, 2010

Something A Little Different

Wow!!! It has been a long time since
I have posted anything here.
We celebrated Christmas, Rang in the New year, and I have turned another year older. A lot sure can happen in a little over a month.

And tonight I offer something a little different, at least to web anyway. Meet Jane , she is my Queen Anne inspired cloth doll. She has made her debut over at Early Work Mercantile. Every now and then I have an aching for a good ole cloth doll. I plan on making
several cloth ladies
this year.
They are in my blood.
Each lady will be unique
and a one of a kind
just as my other ladies
are. Let me know
what you think?
God Bless,
Julie
http://www.earlyworkmercantile.com/

14 comments:

...Miss...Maddie's... said...

She is beautiful Julie.
In soft subdued shades of brown she is most humble...
Happy Belated birthday my dear.
Susan x

phylliso said...

I love the doll!I love cloth dolls with the prim look,you are inspiring,phylliso

Doreen said...

I absolutely LOVE her Julie..she's wonderful!!!!

Blogging has been getting away from me as well..there is just never enough time for it...and it seems to be getting placed farther and farther down my list of necessaries!!!

Wishing you a wonderful day,
Doreen

Kelly said...

She is so gorgeous...I love the quiet tones of her and the textures. What a lovely lady.

Becky and Julie said...

She is lovely - and I like that making her a little more plain lets the remarkable clothing you have created for her shine a bit more!

Julie

Finegan Antiques said...

Julie,

She is magnificent! Truly stunning. I love the fabric and the over all simplicity.

Donna

Beth Crocker said...

She is beautiful!

Lana of Honeysuckle Lane said...

Julie ~ she is wonderful! :D

The French Bear said...

How did I not see this sooner? I love her, this is really beautiful, I LOVE her, did I say that!!!!
Hugs,
Margaret B

The Rustic Victorian said...

I am really enjoying your blog and all of your dolls are quite wonderful. I look forward to spending more time on pasts posts. I came over from your comment on The Old Pretenders blog, and so glad to have found you. See you soon!
Happy Weekend!
Marcie

Carole said...

Julie, I adore this doll! Fabulous!!
Carole

Atticbabys said...

Glorious in all her primitive Splendor!!! Love her Julie!
Hugs,
Nan

Sandy Pine said...

What a lovely doll. Even without finished features, she took my eye. Th fabric for her dress is perfect. Wonderful.
Sandy

Marian J said...

Julie: Finally I have had time to visit your blog. Your dolls are beautiful and sooo unique. Seeing the mourning doll reminds of Willows and Early Blooms and how much I enjoyed meeting you. I have an unrelated question about tan dying. We talked briefly about the possiblity of using Rit tan dye to tone down a quilt I had made. When you have time please give me some advise as to how much dye to use on a queen size quilt. Thanks. Marian Johnson Waverly, IA