If you want a doll, now is the time to get one. I don’t make them often, so having this number of dolls in the shop at one time is a one off. Oh and did I say I’m selling the older dolls for a very low price of £20 each? Yep, thats insane, but the dolls need homes, I can’t keep them all.
My new dolls are made with the same attention to detail and love as the My Little Crochet Doll, but smaller…
…a lot smaller!
knowing how to make a doll and sharing a connection with your child’s imaginative world through doll making is such a wonderful thing to do.
An important post on the benefits of wool over acrylic with a must see video.
My third doll is Betty, the knitter
William the Fisherman doll
I’m in Scarborough, busy knitting in miniature and looking into the mystery of a fishing net.
Finally in Scarborough taking photos of the fisherman doll.
An introductions to my final university project
Today I was thinking about the Farmer doll so I took a trip to a local farm. Meanwood Valley farm (www.mvuf.org.uk) is a charity run farm near the centre of Leeds. It’s a short bus ride out and a few minutes walk from the bus stop and it’s only £2 for adults and 50p forContinue reading “Meanwood Valley Urban Farm”