Great dolls Sarah, you are doing lovely work indeed. Also looks like you are having fun with your typewriters!
Oh your dolls are just beautiful Sarah! You'll have such fun running a stall and I'm sure all your gorgeous will find loving new homes. Have a good start to term this week. Ros
These dolls are magical!and what elegant clothes they have.Are you back to school soon?
What lovely dolls, I love their long limbs!! As for exclamation marks, I think the way to do it is a single inverted comma, then backspace and do a full stop under it. (People must have been unemphatic in the olden days, don't you think?)
The retro look of type from a typewriter is especially appealing- Curious to know where you can find ribbon these days. Your girls are splendid! and I do hope that you charge plenty for them- really gorgeous, charming LOVE their dresses and scarves and hair and faces and- and- and. So beautiful!They will all find great homes! I would buy them ALL! and give them their own city! Well done, you...fabulous!
Sarah, your dolls and their wardrobes are wonderful! I think you''ll have a great time selling them and visiting with the people at the fair. Your typewritten post feels so cozy. I should have made myself a cup of tea before I read it. Happy September stitching, sewing, crocheting etc to you!
VERY exciting, Sarah--your typewriter collection and your amazing hand made dolls... and taking them to a fair...HOORAY! Just a couple months until then. Sending good vibes that this will be a great success and fun for you! :o) No exclamation marks, huh? I couldn't live without those! ;o) Happy Days ((HUGS))
The dolls are incredible, really lovely. A talent you kept hidden for too long...
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