Recycled fabric and clothing, with embroidery and vintage buttons, handspun wool hair (34 inches from top to toe). One of the largest dolls I’ve made. Available through Gallerie Karon, 500 A St., Ashland, OR.
Made of recycled cloth, with handspun imported silk hair (12 inches high). Sold
Her body is rolled handmade felt, with some embroidery, inset felted eyes, and hair made of mohair yarn, 2014 (16 inches tall). Available through the Mendocino Art Center Gallery Shop.
Rolled handmade felt, embroidery, beads, vintage buttons, with wool roving hair, 2015 (12 inches tall). Sold.
Made of recycled cloth with vintage buttons and yarn hair (28 inches tall). Featured in Art Doll Quarterly in 2005, sold.
She was made many years ago of recycled clothing, with embroidery and buttons, and hair made of strips of sweatshirt material (21 inches tall). Sold.
Her body is rolled of handmade felt, with roving hair, embroidery and vintage buttons (18 inches tall). Made in 2014, she is dressed as a real Mendocino hippy, with bare feet. Available through the Mendocino Art Center Gallery Shop.
Recycled clothing with hand-spun wool hair, vintage buttons and embroidery, (16 inches tall), sold. Featured in the Fall 2006 issue of Art Doll Quarterly as part of a collaborative project on the theme of “secrets.”
Although most of my new dolls are felted, I still love to use recycled fabrics and yarns. The body is made of reclaimed scraps of hand-woven fabrics, with vintage beads, embroidery, and reclaimed sweater wool for hair, 2014 (11 inches tall). Available through the Mendocino Art Center Gallery Shop.
Body is made completely of handmade felt, with hair of wool roving, embroidery, and bead and button eyes (20 inches tall). She is my first wet-felted doll, made in the summer of 2014. Available through the Mendocino Art Center Gallery Shop.