Thursday, April 29, 2010

Meet Patience..



If you read the post below this one you will understand exactly how this doll got her name. Her and I struggled every bit of the way, but she taught me so much . She is my very first cloth and clay doll .

16 comments:

  1. Jackie, I think you do a fantastic job with your first cloth and clay doll. Seriously. She is beautiful. :)

    Happy Friday!

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  2. Jackie!! She's wonderful--I'm so glad you didn't give up!

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  3. Jackie, this is the girl who gave you so much trouble? She is fabulous! I love her. Patience is a perfect name for this girl.
    T

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  4. Jackie! She is awesome! You did a fantastic job on her; definitely worth all the struggle. BIG Applause!! I adore her.

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  5. Hi Jackie! Thank you for stopping by Woodstown Whimsies... Your posts for March 31st and April 3 (the sketches and the finished portrait of Elizabeth) are just remarkable! Your Cloth and Clay doll is delightful in every way! Daryle

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  6. Very sweet! I've been meaning to make a cloth doll (without the clay) for quite some while now but as I'm not a natural with a needle and thread and have no sewing machine, it's not yet happened!

    Val

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  7. Rome was not built in a day,and all fine things take time and practice. you however have created a fine art in such a short period of time..Im so proud of you and all the talent you posess. Love Mom

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  8. Wow, that is just amazing! What a talented gal you are!
    Thanks for your comment on my blog and for being my first follower - you made my day :o)

    Your follower list isn't showing up at the moment so I couldn't add myself. I'll try again later - but I have added you to my feeds so I can keep up to date with your postings.

    Hugs
    J x

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  9. Ignore that - the followers list is there now and I'm following you *sigh*.

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  10. So cool! I love her delicate little hands and feet. Very nice work.

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  11. She is absolutely lovely!!!

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  12. i would love to have a go at making a doll too - but maybe i'll attempt that one a bit later - oh sooo much to do!!! And how beautiful to be married in a castle!!! Hope the planning is not too stressful for you :) And, Happy Mother's Day to you as well!

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  13. You have a nack for these dolls!!! How fabulous! Wonderful job hon! If patience is what it takes... then keep at it. So proud of you!!!

    xoxo
    Carrie

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  14. She's wonderful. Maybe I should have taken a class on making a doll. But I'm just winging it. It is definitely hard.

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  15. Patience always pays off. She's lovely, Jackie.
    And I love your new picture!!

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