Thursday, August 31, 2017

My “Mabel - I Might!” Country Art Doll New E-Pattern


"Mabel - I Might!"can and "Mabel - I Might!" will. She is strong and she is able and is a PROUD member of the “Gray Is Beautiful!” Club.

"Mabel - I Might" has wild, dark gray hair and always reminds me of "Rosie - The Riveter" from the WWII commercials. You know, the one on all the posters wearing a bandanna and forging steel. There isn’t anything that Mabel can’t do.

Mabel is all ready in her denim overalls for her job at the steel factory. But, she thinks that just because she forges steel doesn't mean she can't wear fancy bloomers.

So what if they show below her overalls? You got a problem with that?

If you do, take my advice, and don't tell Mabel.

Why? Because there isn't anything Mabel can't do once she puts her mind to it.

In fact, she proudly boasts that anything a man can do she can do better. Well, there a few things Mabel might not be able to do because of sheer physical strength limitations but I'm not about to tell her that.

Are you kidding? She can bench press 350 pounds. She might just decide to knock my head off just to prove her point.

That's, okay, Mabel. We believe you

She has wild gray hair that sticks straight out of the sides and top of her head. She has a cloth body, embroidered face with a wonderful smile, lace trimmed bloomers, denim jumper, and checkered shirt. She has a fringed bows tied around her neck and a fringed bow in her hair.

Designer - Linda Walsh Originals


My Country Quilts - Mill Hill Cross-stitch Picture



Since Fall is one of my favorite seasons for decorating I am naturally drawn to Fall cross-stitch kits. Such is the case with the Country Quilts cross-stitch kit by Mill Hill - MH14-1621.

The Country Quilts Beaded Counted Cross Stitch Kit Mill Hill Buttons & Beads Autumn Series MH14-1621 pattern uses full and half counted cross-stitch and straight stitch highlighting as well as beads of various sizes for emphasis and depth. The Mill Hill patterns usually call for certain areas of the perforated paper to be left untouched like the background the border. In this case they were leaving sections of the brown perforated paper border untouched.

In embroidering the cross-stitch I decided to once again utilize the rectangular wood frame jig that my darling husband built for me that I could tape the edges of my perforated paper to. The wood frame jig is a rectangular embroidery hoop of sorts, but without bending the perforated  paper. He had made it out of 1/2" x 1" pine wood strips with an adjustable center strip that I used for this 5.25 x 5.25 square design.

I had learned from previous mistakes that I needed to draw diagonal lines to locate the exact center of the perforated paper as in previous perforated paper cross-stitch picture I have done the picture was slightly off center by a few holes which caused a problem with inserting the needles in the holes along one of the edges of my frame. So, I lightly drew a diagonal line across each corner with a pencil to get the center point of the perforated paper.

A lot of the cross-stitch 5.25" by 5.25" pictures I have made were finished in small 6 1/2" by 6 1/2" shadowbox frames with 5" by 5" openings that I had gotten at Michaels when they went on sale one year.  I used up all the shadowbox frames I had gotten that year and have been looking for them ever since and haven't found them again.

So, I decided to buy some 8" by 8" hand painted wood frames that Mill Hill created for their cross-stitch pictures.  This frame is bare bones.  There's no glass or plastic cover and there's nothing on the back to hold the picture into the frame.  They do, however, provide a thin 6" by 6" cardboard back and wood dowel for inserting in the holes in the back to allow for the frame to stand on it's own.  Of course, if you're going to hang this on the wall you'd just add a picture hanger to the back.

The directions did not include any instruction for finishing the back.  I decided to finish mine with 1/4" thick self sticking art needle-craft mounting foam.  I used an 8" by 10" by Pres-On sheet that I cut 6" by 6"with an X-acto knife to fit my picture.  Since the depth of the back of the frame for inserting the picture is 1/4" deep the 1/4" foam was a perfect fit for inserting it as well as the cardboard backing that came with the frame.

After adhering my cross-stitch picture to the 6" by 6" adhesive foam board that I bought I inserted it into the back of the frame and then inserted the 6" by 6" cardboard that came with the frame over it.  I taped the back of the cardboard with masking tape to hold it.

The green wood frame I chose to use is 8" by 8" so to totally finish the back I cut a piece of thick decorative paper 8" by 8" to entirely cover the back.  I rubbed purple color disappearing glue stick all over the back and then pasted my 8" by 8" decorative paper sheet on the back.  I signed by name and dated it and was done with finishing the back.  I used a pencil to stab the decorative paper I had glued to the back so I could insert the dowel into it so the picture would stand on it's own.

The pattern called for a rust colored wooden frame and for the border of the perforated paper to be left untouched like the picture shown below:

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

My New Free Baby Decoration E-Pattern - Raggedy Bassinette


I love creating decorations that can be used for decorating a baby shower or given as a gift to decorate a nursery.

I also happen to like dolls - especially raggedies.  So, I thought it might be fun to make a raggedy baby head sticking out of a bassinet.


My "Raggedy Bassinette" free e-pattern makes either a boy (blue) or girl (pink) 7" by 9" boy or girl decoration.

I hope you enjoy my free e-pattern.



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Christopher Cinnie and Christine Cinnie Folk Art Doll Ornaments - New Free E-Patterns



"Christopher Cinnie" and his sister, Christine Cinnie, just love to have fun. They love hanging around and watching everyone. They love playing and they love to participate in everything and anything. And, they love sports - especially, soccer.

They're problem is that they have cinnamon hands and feet and, well, this makes participating in everything and anything a little difficult. Not impossible - but, difficult.

"Christopher Cinnie" likes to play in the goalkeeper position in his soccer games because he love to defend his team's goal. The problem it's a little hard to defend with cinnamon hands and feet. So, he uses his whole body and is getting pretty good at it.

"Christine Cinnie" likes to play goalkeeper, too, but she hates it when the ball hits her so she always tries to deflect it with her back or butt. Sometimes she's successful. Sometimes she's not. But, she always gives it her best try.

While "Christine Cinnie" and "Christopher Cinnie" just love to play the game of soccer they realize their limitations and are always pleasantly surprised when they are able to deflect a ball with their back or butt. Maybe that accounts for their "sweet surprise" expression?

Thursday, August 24, 2017

My New "Christen Me Beautiful Babies!" Boy and Girl Christening Dolls Free E-Pattern



"Christen Me Beautiful Babies!" are just waiting for their 1st Christening.

Maybe it's the beautiful white outfits, or the white lace, or the very special occasion. They're not sure.

They just know they're very excited.


"Christen Me Beautiful Babies" have muslin bodies and the girl doll has an embroidered face.  The boy christening doll is faceless.

They both have a mass of yarn hair that is barely controlled under their Christening bonnets.  The boy has straight dark brown hair while the girl has curly medium brown.  Both have red striped boots that are cross laced and their bloomers are lace trimmed and gathered at the waist and legs.

Their beautiful Christening gown is a multi-layered combination of eyelet fabric and satin fabric under lace fabric. The dress bodice is lace covered and lace trimmed. The sleeves are gathered at the shoulders.

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

My 2 in 1 “Ursula At Play and Zacheus At Play” Faceless Colonial Girl and Boy Dolls NEW Combo E-Pattern



I love "faceless" dolls as I believe that without their faces the doll's personality can speak for itself. You tend to look at the whole doll for her beauty versus just looking at her face. There is a quiet beauty to "faceless" dolls and "Ursula At Play" is one of those quiet beauties. She is new doll from our "faceless" colonial boys & girls series.

She and her brother, "Zacheus At Play!" along with her best girlfriend, "Rebecca" are a tight knit group of boys and girls. They are all "faceless" colonial beauties who just love hanging out together. Rebecca is the most dignified of the group and the most studious. Ursula and Zacheus are much more playful and love to tease each other as only "brothers & sisters" can. They pay attention to their studies, but when their done - well, they just love to play.

Zacheus can play with the best of them. Don't let his frilly outfit fool you. Zacheus is all "boy" and as rambunctious as only boys can get. He might have a filly outfit on but that won't prevent him from climbing a tree, going down to the pond to collect tadpoles, rolling down the hill, or chasing after butterflies.

Ursula pays close attention to her studies and is very attentive to the needs of her brother, Zacheus and her best girlfriend, Rebecca. While she loves to play she never forgets her manners and always remains very ladylike.

Zacheus also pays close attention to his studies and is very mindful of his duties. However, when he gets a chance to play he really likes to do so. And, even his frilly outfit, won't stop him from doing so. He is a rambunctious and playful Colonial boy after all.



Sunday, August 20, 2017

My 2 in 1 “It's A Boy! and It's A Girl!" Baby Shower Centerpiece Dolls and Decorations NEW Combo E-Pattern


If you love making nursery decorations or baby shower centerpiece dolls then you're going to love our It's A Boy! and It's A Girl!" 2 in 1 combo e-pattern.

I just love baby showers and wedding showers and when I was designing some of my new dolls and patterns I decided that I wanted to design some centerpieces and favors for wedding showers and baby showers. "It's A Girl!" and "It's A Boy!" doll centerpieces are two of those designs.

What could be cheerier on the table of a baby shower then two baby doll centerpieces surrounded by baby shower presents? Not much that I can think of. Not much that "It's A Boy! or "It's A Girl!" can think of either. My reasons are to make the baby shower a success.  My "It's A Boy! and "It's A Girl!" has reasons of their own.

For 'It's A Boy!" it has more to do with how adorable he is. You see, "It's A Boy!" just loves to be the center of attention and being the centerpiece on the table of a baby shower affords him all the attention he could ever want. Everyone always remarks at how adorable he is.

"It's A Girl!" figures if she behaves herself and looks adorable then she will have done her part to make the baby shower a success.

"It's A Girl!" isn't quite such exactly what to expect, but is ready for anything. She is so excited about the baby shower she's attending and hopes she and "It's A Boy!" do their part to make the baby shower successful.

Neither are quite such what kind of a reception they will get.  However, based on their cheery and inviting faces you can't help but think they will be a success.  Happy! Happy! Happy! Baby showers are joyful and happy times and "It's A Girl!" and "It's A Boy!" are their to make it happen.



Friday, August 18, 2017

My “Baby Nicky” Baby Boy Baby Shower Centerpiece Doll and Decoration New E-Pattern


"Baby Nicky" was named after my grandson, Nicky, who I affectionately call "Noodles." Like his brother he too is adorable, cuddly, lovable, and has the most enviable head of brown curly hair that you'd ever want to see. I would give my eye teeth, so to speak, for his curly hair. He, on the other hand, would probably prefer my straight hair. Well, boys will be boys, and girls will be girls. We always want just the opposite, don't we?

My grandson "Nicky" was born premature at 31 weeks weighting 3 pounds 1 ounce and spent the first 9 weeks of his life in an intensive care unit. The nurses there were exceptional and treated Nicky as if he were one of their own. In fact, I began to wonder, at times, if they were dragging out his release just because they loved him so.

Fifteen minutes after Nicky was born his Dad took us in to the intensive care unit to see him. I couldn't get over how humanly perfect he was at just 3 pounds 1 ounce. He just looked like a very, very tiny little man. I don't know what I was expecting to see but, he just took my breathe away. Even then he had a full head of brown hair. It wasn't curly just yet but would be within a matter of time.

His Mom, who was my biggest fan besides my husband and my Mother, used to give me all Nicky's baby clothes and shoes for my dolls. I know she was hoping that they would all come back to her in one way or another in the form of a doll for her house. A lot did.

In any event, I just loved all Nicky's little baby clothes. There's just something special about tiny little Reeboks and little denims. I can remember shopping with her one day at a "Baby Gap" store. We went in and just laughed and laughed at how tiny everything was. I just loved all the clothes and so did she. We went shopping several times after that for clothes for Nicky and always came away laughing. Sometimes we bought some. Sometimes we just went to look and laugh.

So, I knew I wanted to create a doll that would remind me of Nicky and his full head of curly brown hair and his most adorable baby clothes. That's how "Baby Nicky" was born. Isn't he adorable? Don't you just want to grab all those curls? I do. In fact, I used to hate it when his father would cut all his curls off. I tried to teach "Nicky" to tell his Dad "Don't cut my Hair!" It didn't work. Maybe someday Nicky will realize how beautiful his head of curly brown hair is and leave it alone. Yeah, sure, Nana! Dream on!

Baby Nicky is a 20" baby boy doll pattern. Nicky is a free-standing boy doll in his pajamas and ready for bedtime. He has an undershirt, flannel jacket with long rolled sleeves and pipe trim, and flannel pajama bottoms. He has round black button eyes, a fabric covered wood head, wood body and wood feet covered with slipper socks. He has long curly brown hair and has a night cap knotted at the end on his head. He is carrying a teddy bear in his left hand and a cherished flannel blankie in his right hand.

Every time I look at the "baby Nicky" doll I can't help but remember how small and tiny "Nicky" was at 3 pounds 1 ounce and think "how precious life is!"

The Doll Products Lines Series - Annie-Be and Andy-Be



 If you love making colonial raggedy cloth dolls then you're going to love our “Annie - Be and Andy-Be” raggedy Annie and Andy colonial dolls.





Annie - Be


“Annie - Be” is brand new to the colonies and is just learning the ropes. She’s anxious to meet new friends as she misses her old friends from England. She has a cloth body with an embroidered face with black button eyes and thick head of curly raggedy red hair with two bows on the top of her head. She is wearing a lace trimmed dress with full length lace panel insert, 3/4 length felt vest, lace trimmed bloomers, and black boots and ties.

“Annie - Be”, 16” Colonial Raggedy Ann Girl Doll Decoration E-Pattern - Raggedy Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Intermediate



Annie - Be Handmade Colonial Raggedy Anne Girl Doll





Andy - Be 


“Andy - Be” loves an adventure and loves meeting new people. He was raring to go and practically off the ship before it had docked in New England.

He is a cloth body with an embroidered face with black button eyes and has dark raggedy red straight hair sticking out of the top of his head. He is wearing a striped suit with a lined jacket with tie belt, cuffed pantaloons, shirt, bow tie and black boot with ties.

“Andy - Be”, 16” Colonial Raggedy Andy Boy Doll E-Pattern - Raggedy Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Intermediate

Andy - Be Handmade Colonial Raggedy Andy Boy Doll





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Thursday, August 17, 2017

My “Susan Renee - My Beautiful Gray” Primitive Art Doll New E-Pattern


Susan is a big, big, big snob. Can't you tell that already?

She wants to be called "Susan Renee" and not just "Susan."

Well, whoop-de-do, I say!"

Susan, Oh, excuse me.... Susan Renee is extremely demanding, articulate, knowledgeable, well-read, wealthy and aggressive. She has a mind for business and knows where every penny of her fortune is.

And, if you want to inherit some of that then you have to earn it. Don't try to contradict her or disagree with her for "Susan Renee" is always right.

She wears her beautiful head of gray hair proudly. She has earned every gray hair on her head and is proud of it.

Susan Renee knows what she wants and, always, gets it. Her goal in life is to sit on the board of the top 5 Fortune 500 companies.

She has a mass of straight gray hair all over her head which she has fastened into a bun on the back of her head and adorned with a ribbon tied in a bow. She is a free standing doll with a cloth body and embroidered face, light blue buttons for eyes, lace trimmed slip, lace trimmed dress with a ruffle on the bottom and a lace trimmed center strip adorned with 5 large buttons, large wired ribbon bow which adorns the lower part of her dress, and an old tattered lace trimmed hanker-chief for a shawl. She is coffee stained throughout.

“Susan Renee” can be very judgmental.

Designer - Linda Walsh Originals


Susan Renee My Beautiful Gray Primitive Art Doll E-Pattern


Wednesday, August 16, 2017

My 2 in 1 “Spike A Peek! and Nancy Dew Drop” Country Boy and Girl Dolls NEW Combo E-Pattern


If you love making the whimsical cloth dolls of the Hawk Family then you're going to love our “Spike A Peek! and Nancy Dew Drop” 2 in 1 combo e-pattern.

"Spike A Peek and Nancy Dew Drop" are of the members of the "Egg Muff Series" of cloth dolls. They are a fun loving group of dolls that love to sneak around and maybe, every once in awhile, drop in unexpectedly. You might find then peaking around a corner, peaking over the windowsill, peaking through a keyhole in a door, or sneaking into your room. You just never know. Sometimes you might just catch a glimpse of their eyes and hair as they try to sneak a peak. If you listen carefully, you might even hear them laughing, even chuckling away. Sometimes you might even catch them doing a little jig. You just never know what they may do. They love to laugh. They love to have fun. But, most of all they love to play hide and peak! No, not hide and seek! Hide and peak!

Spike A Peek is actually the most rambunctious of the Egg Muffs and, generally, the least level headed. He always lets the fun get the better of him and finds that, more often then not, he's in the "Muff House" (the Egg Muff Series version of a doghouse) being "muffed!" This is also known as a "time-out!" Spike A Peek doesn't use his "time-out" and being "muffed" wisely. He uses it as an opportunity to think up his next prank. The one he's going to play on Tom A. Hawk.

Nancy Dew Drop is actually the most well behaved of the Egg Muffs and, generally, the most level headed. Sometimes, even Nancy lets the fun get the better of her and you might just hear her giggling in the background. Just listen for a sweet "tee-hee-hee" and that will be Nancy Dew Drop.



My 2 in 1 “Tom A. Hawk and Toni E. Hawk” Country Boy and Girl Dolls NEW Combo E-Pattern



If you love making the various dolls in the Hawk Family and want to make all of them then you're going to love our “Tom A. Hawk and Toni E. Hawk”  2 in 1 combo e-pattern.

The "Egg Muff's" are a fun loving group of dolls that love to sneak around and maybe, every once in awhile, drop in unexpectedly. And, the Toni E. Hawk and her brother, Tom A. Hawk are the most fun loving of the group. You might find then peaking around a corner, peaking over the windowsill, peaking through a keyhole in a door, or sneaking into your room. You just never know. Sometimes you might just catch a glimpse of their eyes and hair as they try to sneak a peak. If you listen carefully, you might even hear them laughing, even chuckling away. Sometimes you might even catch them doing a little jig. You just never know what they may do. They love to laugh. They love to have fun. But, most of all they love to play hide and peak! No, not hide and seek! Hide and peak!

"Tom A. Hawk" is one of the members of the "Egg Muff Series" of cloth dolls. He also happens to be "Toni E. Hawk's" twin brother.

Tom A. Hawk is anything but shy and well-mannered. He, too, is highly intelligent and loves a good joke and isn't afraid of taking on his twin sister, Toni E. Hawk, or his best friend, Spike A Peek. Unlike his sister, however, his intelligence isn't intimidating at all. In fact, Tom A Hawk does an exceptional job of hiding his intelligence while showcasing his wit, his charm, and his good looks. The girls just can't resist a charming, good looking, bit of a devil in him type of guy with a tomahawk hairdo.

"Toni E. Hawk" is also one of the members of the "Egg Muff Series" of cloth dolls. She also happens to be "Tom A. Hawk's" twin sister.

Toni E. Hawk might seem shy and well-mannered, but she is anything but. She is highly intelligent and loves a good joke. She isn't afraid of taking on her twin brother, Tom A. Hawk, or his best friend, Spike A Peek. In fact, Toni E. Hawk actually comes up with the best thought out practical jokes around which makes her just a little bit intimidating to the other member's of the Egg Muff Series. However, when everyone gets to laughing at Toni E. Hawk's latest gag everyone soon forgets how intimidated they are by her intelligence.


My 3 in 1 “Petronella, The Birdhouse Lady, Doug, The Handy Dandy Gentleman and Sweetheart Faith” E-Pattern


I just love making snowmen and snow-ladies.  If you love making Victoiran cloth dolls then you're going to love our “Petronella, The Birdhouse Lady!, Doug, The Handy Dandy Gentleman! and Sweetheart Faith!” Victorian gentleman and snow-ladies 3 in 1 combo e-pattern.



Tuesday, August 15, 2017

My 2 in 1 “Grandma Aurora May - On An Expedition! and Grandpa Lewis - On An Expedition!” E-Pattern


If you love making Victorian cloth dolls then you're going to love our “Grandma Aurora May - On An Expedition! and Grandpa Lewis - On An Expedition!” 2 in 1 combo e-pattern.

"Grandma Aurora May - On An Expedition!" is ready to go. She's been ready for over a year and is anxious to get started on her expedition with "Grandpa Lewis - On An Expedition!" "Grandpa Lewis - On An Expedition!" isn't as anxious to go. He loves to please his wife, but is really more of a homebody and would prefer to stay home working on his coin and stamp collections. Grandma Aurora May loves a good adventure and loves finding new places and new venues to explore. She'd rather spend all day looking for a great site for a picnic and always looks forward to their annual expedition to the beach.

Her main reason is that she loves to spend time with her grandchildren and loves cooking for them. It's not that Grandpa Lewis doesn't love his grandchildren - he adores them. It's just he doesn't have a lot of patience for his grand children's boundless energy and "ants in their pants" inability to sit still. After one day at the beach with the grandchildren he's ready to go home. Grandma Aurora May tells him to lighten up a bit. That's the way children are. Full of energy. Exploring everything. What's wrong with that?

Well, Grandpa Lewis doesn't mind enthusiasm and willingness to learn. He just can't stand little idle hands playing with the cherished coins in his coin collection and touching all the stamps in his stamp collection. And he can't leave his collections at home while he's on a three month expedition to the beach. He'd go stir crazy without something to keep him occupied all that time. Grandma Aurora May really does understand her husband and knows that she has to keep him happy or their won't be anymore expeditions to the beach. And, that she wouldn't be happy about. So, each and every year she tells the grandchildren that Grandpa Lewis's stamp and coin collections are off limits. Most of the time the grandchildren listen. Sometimes, however, there are those idle hands.......

He fancies himself quite the gentleman and expert on rare coins and stamps. Now if he could just keep his grandchildren away from his coin and stamp collection. He loves his grandchildren but thinks they need to learn the value of a rare coin and stamp collection and how destructive idle hands can be.

Monday, August 14, 2017

My 2 in 1 “Pamela With The Big Eyes Loves Her Fall Colors and Peter With The Big Eyes Loves His Fall Outfit” E-Pattern



If you love making colonial cloth dolls then you're going to love our "Pamela With The Big Eyes Loves Her Fall Colors" and her brother, "Peter With The Big Eyes Loves His Fall Outfit" 2 in 1 combo e-pattern.

"Pamela With The Big Eyes Loves Her Fall Colors" and her brother, "Peter With The Big Eyes Loves His Fall Outfit", are unusually close. They're fraternal twins, born two minutes apart on October 12 - Columbus Day. As a result they love the Fall and it's bright, beautiful colors, and they love being Colonial. Born and bred in Salem, MA.

So, it is no surprise that they love to wear their best Fall outfits when out for a walk on a beautiful Fall day. They love to walk down near the pier and the harbor. It's just so beautiful and peaceful down there. Plus, when they get hungry they can have afternoon tea and one of their favorite scones at a local cafe.

Pamela is a quiet, shy but proper, colonial girl. She was taught how to be a gracious lady and believes in being proper, friendly and courteous at all times - especially when out in public. Her only problem is that everyone keeps looking at her and her big, beautiful eyes - especially the young "gentlemen.". With all the eyes on her she gets self-conscious and starts to blush. And, when that happens she blushes from head to toe. Then all the young gentleman can't help themselves and vie for her attention - which irks her brother, Peter, to no end.

All in all Pamela is the epitome of a proper Colonial girl. If only the young "gentlemen" would leave her alone.

Peter is a terrific brother but is a tad conceited. He also has a bit of a temper - especially when it comes to his sister and all the young "gentlemen" vying for her attention. He knows she is absolutely beautiful with her big, beautiful eyes but hates all the attention she gets from the young "gentleman." Since he also has big, beautiful eyes he gets an enormous amount of attention himself from all the young "ladies." Of course, he doesn't mind this. That's okay. Its' just not okay for Pamela.

Pete is the epitome of a Colonial "gentleman" - except when it comes to his sister, Pamela, and his temper gets the better of him.