All 500 dolls are listed but maker, title and material used, some are simple, some include things like chicken bones and fish skin. Ew.
How do you like Dewey?
Or, she's cute. Such ideas.
The book is divided by sections, non-traditional, traditional, fantasy, found objects--assemblage, and finally...cloth.
Even my husband was impressed with the realistic looks of these small works of art, they are beautiful.
This one is nylon. Can you imagine? It's the one that astonished my husband. Emits talent for sure.
This is is called confidant. Can ya think about that cuddly family pet that never divulged your darkest secrets? I can.
This one is a flat faced cloth, how wonderful to be able to capture such expressions.
Annonette Cely did this cloth doll, she is all over YouTube with tutorials and such, love her.
I have to say, this one is my favorite though. It's called "To the rescue", the fairy is saving the moth from the mouth of a large fish. Pine cone scales, grapevine structure, corn husk fins, maple leaf wings.
Who could ask for anything more? C&G Design
Words and photos by Dawn,C&G Design.