Monday, February 9, 2009

Milliner's Model



Who is that, peeking out from under her hat brim? Another Milliner's model?
I've been playing with my pattern for the body of the milliner's model doll. Milliners were not intended to sit, only to stand. I really like the way this one turned out. More intricate hands and legs/slippers too. The milliner in previous post was given seams at the hip so was capable of sitting (per request from buyer)
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11 comments:

Greeneyez2 said...

She's beautiful Nancy!

Daphne said...

I love her! She's fabulous!

-Daphne

Robin's Egg Bleu said...

She is so beautiful and very dear!

Old World Primitives said...

She is breathtakingly beautiful! I especially love her bonnet!

Stephanie

Julie said...

She is absolutely GORgeous,I checked her out on ebay and I just love her. Your work is just so wonderful and the detail and time you put into your work ,well, I am speechless. Julie

Plain-n-Simple! said...

Oh Golly gee whiz!!!!! She is so perfect!!!!! Nan I am so speechless!!!!!! Again i wish i were a wealthy woman!!


Many Hugs,
Jackie

CARole said...

Oh, my gosh, Nan, she's fabulous. That bonnet is the best!
Carole

Peng Peng said...

So Sweet!

michelle sylvia said...

Oh Nan! She is beautiful!!! I wish she was mine.

Hugs,
Tink

Morgan Mayfair said...

She's lovely. I especially love the embroidery, and that bonnet!

Jerry La Fleur said...

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