oh my goodness! you have been so busy. i love these little dolls you are making- they are precious!note on butter: get your hands on some raw (unpasteurized) butter, and you can eat as much as you want (kind of- not really-but more than average!).
So pretty. You have inspired me with all your dollies. I made a robot "doll" for my boy over the weekend. Thanks!
Your dolls are so cute. I tried to make one and one leg came out bigger than the other. I felt like I had made a peg leg pirate doll instead of a fairy doll. I guess I just nedd to make it bigger, and practice lots.
where can I get some of that, mandi? I'm intrigued.
She is so cute...someday I'll figure out sewing enough to make a hopefully semi cute doll...wishful thinking!
Love it! I know a little girl who would love Ninny too. How much would it cost...if I wanted to buy one for the above mentioned little girl? :)
ninny is adorable!!! LOVE IT
girl...i answered your question back in my comment section and then i thought 'why on earth would she come back and re-read something she's already read?' so go for a looksy. and then eat all the butter you can stand!i just had a thought. while you're trying to locate some local raw milk (i'll try to help with that) you could start with organic valley's pastured butter. this would probably need to come from a health store.
Okay, I love Miss Ninny. Can we do a swap? I'm a darn good knitter but stink at sewing... Thanks for the comment love on my girlies!
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