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Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Work in progress

Another doll but not strickly a cloth doll. This is a DIP from Jane DesRosier's cloth and clay art doll group class. I should be really be engrossed in making my gypsy but no inspiration is coming yet, but at least I am begining to create something which is a good thing. I did forget to give her knee joints so she will just have to hang when I finish her lol!

6 comments:

  1. looks like your muse returned from her vacation! can't wait to see this piece done!

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  2. Shashi, can't you just stitch across the knee area now? If the gesso is too stiff.... just hammer a small dowel across the area to soften it a bit?

    She looks great.... I loved that little class... made two from the pattern and technique though I did adjust her measurements for my second gal... made her a bit slimmer in shoulders and waist... well...all the way down to her legs actually...lol...

    Some year I must do the gypsy challenge... is there a place where I can find more info about it?
    and...finally...... chocolate cake at my Tea and Scones blog... direct link from the other one....

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  3. I was interested to see you are following an on line class and its a success. The elf is brilliant,and the clothes. I must try a class, I know I need one. Jill

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  4. Hi Shashi,

    Can't wait to see this doll all painted or dressed. Hey you didn't show us her feet. Did you make her shoes? :)

    Hugs

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  5. Okay, going to remember to come back to see her. I love your dolls.

    but you forgot her knee joint? That's not nice.

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  6. Now that looks familiar...I did this class too! She's coming along just great. Hope you enjoy it...I did :-)

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