Monday, June 22, 2009

1941 Doll

First I would like to thank Meggiecat, her blog is another one I frequent but usually don't comment (I have on her father's though, the old professor, to funny to be 80 and comment on the world!) Anyway, Meggiecat specializes in posting old patents, this will be my next dolls. This pattern has sat on my desk for about 6 months now and I'm itching to work it up! It's a soft cloth doll patented, December 1941 to M. E. Murray. Interesting, I should put that name in a search engine and see what comes up.

Anyhow, I've got to get a handle on the scale, then off we will sew and stuff! C&G Design.


4 comments:

lola said...

That should make for a very pretty doll. Do keep us up to date.

tina said...

Have fun sewing.

I was thinking I was all done with blogging this morning then realized I had missed yours. I hadn't done that in a while. I was talking to Dad when I remembered. He is doing well. Out chopping wood-in the rain.

Jean said...

Can't wait to see how you progress with it.

Nancy @ La Chambre Rose said...

I have at least one of these patterns...somewhere!

I think I caught up reading...huge garden. Wow! And, it appears you have solved the critter problem which is what I would worry about here...so no garden. (are you buying that or are you knowing we are just waaaayyy too lazy for all that work?) :-)

Cute idea for a pin cushion and very practical to keep everything all together.

Love the new background and header.