Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Raggedy Sitters-Part 2

Well, I waited to the last minute to finish my raggedy sitters, literally I finished them yesterday, finished them from the end point of last weeks post as I hadn't touched them all week. I get that when I stall on what direction to head to, that is...I had no idea what to paint for a face. I really would bore you if I showed the steps to dressing my pair so I'll just show you ''the smallest apron in the world!" Simply put, glued to Ann.

Aren't they cute? C&G Design


9 comments:

tina said...

Just adorable!

We had another soldier killing down here yesterday. The lady killed was someone I knew from when I worked at the real estate school. I am so sad because she was such a vivacious woman and now is sadly dead, shot to death. When will folks learn?

Roses and Lilacs said...

Those are so cute. You have put so many details into them. Love the fabric you used to make the clothes.
Marnie

Lola said...

Gorgeous pair. Love their smiles. Cutest little apron ever.

Kieny The Dutchlady said...

Hi Dawn, good to see you again and good to be back in blog land. Yes, your raggedy sitters are cute!

CC said...

Love the sweet little dolls. You've done wonderful work on them..Love the sweet faces.

Jean said...

Guess you figured out what to paint on their faces as they sure are adorable from head to toes.

Sorry Tina. So many nutcases in this fine world. But your question hit the nail on the head. inother words, guns do not kill, people kill.

Kathleen said...

They are so cute! Aren't you just loving this weather? I know you are.........hugs, Kathleen

Skeeter said...

Dawn, they are so wonderful! Was worth the wait from last week. I have no idea how you made that tiny apron but it is such a nice touch. And you must have a steady hand to paint those adorable little faces!

Tina, sorry for your loss. Such a sad world we live in at times such as this... Crazy I tell ya...

Martha's Favorites said...

What cute Rag dolls! Do you dance? You said wish you luck! Good luck! Blessings, Martha