Don’t those just go together? Unfortunately, I have been sick as a dog with some kind of stomach bug. It’s not fun, so that’s why I’ve been MIA for a few days. I had grand plans to get up a new tutorial on Thursday, but I just felt horrible. And, I haven’t felt much better since. So the tutorials are piling up around here. I have 3 or 4 tutorials worth of pictures. I just need to feel good enough to write them up and post. They are all Waldorf doll inspired, and the first one will be up in the next few days.
I’ve been on a Waldorf doll kick for the past few couple weeks. I’ve decided to offer custom dolls available for order in my little microboutique with my mom. Hmm, “little microboutique” is rather redundant, dontcha think? 🙂
I made up a sample doll to place in my store and for sample pictures on Etsy. Here she is. She told me her name was Lorelei. I was going to name her after my yougest, but she informed me her name was definitely Lorelei. She’s apparently has some spunkiness to her much like my darling youngest daughter, who is so sure of herself and she’s not even 3 years old yet.
This is Lorelei. She has a mixture of wool yarns for her hair, mainly in fuschia. She has green eyes and a little bright pink mouth. I love her outfit, especially the colors. They just screamed at me to be her outfit. She has a layered skirt with coordinating peasant top. She also has a wool felted messenger bag upcycled from a black sweater vest because Lorelei loves nothing more than to go thrifting and repurpose what she finds. And lastly, she is wearing brown felted shoes that tie around her ankles with ribbon.