My cousin had her childhood Tammy, so we compared.
The materials all seemed the same. Now, I don't remember
if hers was marked. This gal only has a capital F just above
the dimple dots on her bum. I think she's not Tammy.
What do you think?
|Re sized Marley Wentworth|
head on Ellowyne Wilde body.
|Re sized hard plastic walker head|
on Marley Wentworth body.
|I got this little darling at |
She was marked $4.99,
had the half price colored
tag, plus, my discount card
was still good.
|I'm adding very few porcelain|
dolls to my collection, so I bought her for her clothes.
|Belted or not, doesn't Marley look sweet in the dress?|
|The wig may be used on my|
|I call these two rectangle skirts "serenity skirts"|
because they take very little thought, I sew them
by hand and take my time and that makes me
feel serene. Of course, there are variations.
The short skirt is indeed two rectangles, but they
are the whole skirt, with an elastic waist. That's all
the fabric I had. The checked skirt has an extra
rectangle as the ruffle. Of course, the dress in the
middle (shown in the post for yesterday)
has a rectangle skirt, but the real reason that
picture is there is: the ninth skirt would not
button around Ellowyne's waist. Oops!
|Couldn't get on Blogger |
last evening ( or this morning)
so, here is Ellowyne Wilde
|that I made for Brenda Starr,|
as I recall.
|The disadvantage of full sun,|
was not being able to see that
my distance setting was off.