Dixie Redmond's Folk Art Dolls


Here is a gallery of dolls that I've made over the years.  Obviously I have been very inspired by Izannah Walker's wonderful dolls in my studies and in my own creations.   The doll in the picture above on front left is made with my Izannah Walker doll pattern.  





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Another doll in process above

The next three four dolls are made from my Izannah Walker pattern


The doll above was featured in Prims magazine.




Below is the first doll I made from my Izannah inspired pattern,
her name is appropriately Honor Goodfolk.




Papier mache inspired doll


Snowgirl 



A papier mache I rehabilitated. 









A palm sized Izannah Walker inspired doll. 




A papier mache inspired doll 

"Do not let what you cannot do
keep you from doing what you can do."

John Wooden




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