Featured in Prims Magazine

Here are some views not in the magazine: 

She is about 17" tall.


The body covering is made with a print 
that is inspired by early American coverlets.

The shoes are inspired by 
an early paper dancing doll I saw last fall
at Withington's auction.


The Humble Stitcher said...

She is beautiful, Dixie! I've gone everywhere looking for the current issue of Prims and no one around here seems to have it. Guess I'm going to have to break down and become a subscriber because I'd really love to read more about your doll.

P.S. Love the dancing shoes :)

Town Common Folk Art Dolls by Penni Sadlon said...

Congrats! Dixie. Love the fabrice choices! :) Penni

JDConwell said...

I have a copy and the article is great! Congrats, and thank you for sharing your beautiful work.

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

John Wooden