We are a group of cloth doll makers who meet once a month in Farnborough, Hampshire. There is a range of abilities, but we are all enthusiastic and keen to learn new skills, as well as practice old ones. It's a very friendly and low key environment in which to learn and craft, and while we do that we drink tea, eat donuts and discuss a wide range of topics.

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

March meeting

We had our Long Tall Sally doll challenge dolls display. All the dolls were wonderful and a fitting tribute to Peggy Wilson who gave this free pattern and sadly has passed away after losing her battle with cancer.

These three delightful dolls were made by Maureen 

Margaret made this enchanting little fairy

This cute little lady was made by Ann

Jenny is our newest member and this is one of her first dolls made from a pattern from Ray Slater's book. She did a wonderful job with this first doll.

This is Mavis's amazing life size baby doll which is decorated with many different kinds of embroidery stitches

Another of Mavis's baby with different kinds of stitched on it.


This doll was made by Shashi. She used the body pattern by Sherry Goshan and the head pattern by Mary Ann of Dollmakers Journey. The name of the doll is Spring



Some dolls in progress by our members.


 






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