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1st Place

Entry #A-1
Dee Ann
Doll by Darlene Rausch
from... Hoyt, Kansas


 

 

2nd Place - TIE

Entry #A-5
Julie
Doll by Darlene Rausch
from... Hoyt, Kansas

AND

Entry #A-6
Jackie
Doll by Jennifer Williams
from... Talking Rock, GA

 

 

 

 

3rd Place - TIE

Entry #A-12
Easter Baby Sophia
Doll by Kim Tufts
from... Goffstown, NH

AND

Entry #A-2
Haven
Doll by Jennifer Williams
from... Talking Rock, GA

 

 

Random Grand Prize
Winner is...

Based on Random Drawing

Kezia C. Huckaby
from... Fremont, Ca

Entry #A8
Amanda

 

Entry #A-1

1st Place

Dee Ann
Doll by Darlene Rausch
from... Hoyt, Kansas


Dee Ann will be turning one year on Easter Day. She is dressed to go to Church on Easter Sunday. When she gets home, she will find her Easter Treats.

Dee Ann is my own design. She is about 22 inches tall. She is made of Windsor knit and is soft sculpted. She does not have a mask. Her coat is based on a Simplicity pattern; her bonnet is a McCall's pattern. The dress was designed and made by me with hand-embroidered collar. The toys, wig and shoes are purchased.


Entry #A-2

3rd Place - TIE

Haven
Doll by Jennifer Williams
from... Talking Rock, GA

My dolls are called Lali dolls, pronounced like Lolly, named after my daughter. The dolls are from my own design. I try to capture a cross between realistic and playful with my dolls so that they appeal not only to children but also to adults. This doll was made using cotton jersey fabric. I use soft sculpture for every detail of my dolls. It's a joy to watch the dolls come to life. The adorable bunny outfit was crocheted by Sue, from Suescrochetdesigns.com.

 

Entry #A-3

Doll by Kathryn Bock
from... Long Island Bahamas

Kenny

Please meet Kenny.  Kenny is all dressed in his Halloween pirate's costume and is ready to go out trick or treating with his older sibblings.  Kenny is an OOAK doll designed by me.  He is about 25 inches tall,made out of windsor comfort and is fully soft sculptured using my own techniques.  The Jack-O-Lantern that he is holding and his outfit that he is wearing are also my own patterns.  His face is painted with acrylic paints and watercolor pencils.


Entry #A-4

Doll by Louise Allison
from... Rutledge, TN

Emily

 

Hi, my name is Emily and I am one year old. I am going to the Easter parade with my grandmother. My maker is Louise Allison and she made my costume, hand painted my face and did my hair. She used Kezi's Lil Bit pattern as basis for my body.


Entry #A-5

2nd Place - TIE

Julie
Doll by Darlene Rausch
from... Hoyt, Kansas

Julie's family have been to the 4th of July parade. They will now spend the day on the beach. Julie will need her hat to protect her from the sun. She has a sand bucket and shovel to play in the sand.

Julie is my own design. She is 18 inches tall. She is made of Windsor knit and is soft sculpted. She does not have a mask. I made her clothes from a Simplicity pattern. Her hair is packaged hair and sewn to her head with a yarn needle. Toys, hat and shoes are purchased.

Entry #A-6

2nd Place - TIE

Jackie
Doll by Jennifer Williams
from... Talking Rock, GA


Baby Jackie was born on Halloween at the Lali Doll Nursery. She is made completely out of a pair of hand dyed socks. I call my dolls Lali Dolls after my daughter. Jackie is soft sculptured for life like details, fingers, toes, dimples, belly button, bottom and facial features. She is dressed in her favorite pumpkin outfit, which was crocheted by Sue from Suescrochetdesigns.com. Her beautiful black hair is made from faux fur fabric and is so soft and can also be combed through with a baby brush and styled with bows.

Entry #A-7

Doll by Kathryn Bock
from... Long Island Bahamas

Melanie

Please meet Melanie.Melanie is such a sweet little girl all dressed in her Easter best.She is a OOAK doll designed by me,made out of windsor comfort fabric and is about 18 inches tall.Her dress,bonnet,and bloomers that she is wearing are also my own patterns.Melanie's face is painted using acyrlic paints and prisma color pencils.She is fully jointed and soft sculptured using my own techniques.

Entry #A-8

Random Grand Prize
Winner is...

Based on Random Drawing

Kezia C. Huckaby
from... Fremont, Ca

Amanda

Amanda is holding the Valentine pin cushion she and her big sister made for mama. (She watched and stuck the pins in.) Mama uses it all the time.

Amanda is made from the pattern "Baby Face", a Sew Sweet Dolls pattern by Carolee Creations. She is 17 " tall. Her clothes are hand made from a basic dress pattern and the fabric has hearts all over it. Her diapers are warm, white, absorbent flannel. She is filled with Polyester Polyfill and she has jointed legs.

Entry #A-9

Doll by Kim Tufts
from... Goffstown, NH

Bunny

My Easter Baby named Bunny.  She is my little fantasy baby girl. She is such a big girl and so fun to be able to dress in real baby clothes.

She is a Judi Ward 9 to 12 month old pattern standing toddler. She has purchased clothes: Onsie embellished with ribbon, tulle tutu handmade but purchased by me, bunny ears and tail, purchased and vintage kimono, diaper. Props are all purchased.

Bunny has jointed neck, shoulders and hips. Both arms are different. She is needle sculpted and hand painted. I made her wig from Judi's pattern from pale pink craft fur.

Entry #A-10

Doll by Lena Thiel
from... Sweden

Lisa

It's a doll made from a pattern, made by Tazuko Hayano.
It is a cloth doll with painted eyes.

The clothes have I stiched myself from an own pattern. The rabbit ears are sewn on to the cap.

The doll is in an Easter egg, it's from an idea I got from our son. He had a pictures of his son, our grandson, who is in an Easter egg.
In the Easter egg there also is an animal that I crocheted, it's my own pattern.

Entry #A-11

Doll by Kezia C. Huckaby
from... Fremont, Ca

Lily-Easter

This is Lily. She's delighted with her Easter Basket. It has some decorated eggs, a couple of Lilies and a little lamb. The lamb is to remind her that Easter helps us remember the Resurrection of The Lamb of God.

Lily is made from a pattern I found in the Winter 1992 issue of Dollmaking: Projects and Plans. She was designed by Joan Jansen. Her body is pink cotton fabric. She is stuffed with Polyfill. I pieced together many small pieces of craft fur for her wig (hence the "cowlicks")

Entry #A-12

3rd Place - TIE

Easter Baby Sophia
Doll by Kim Tufts
from... Goffstown, NH

She is an oil portrait doll of my granddaughter Sophia. She is dressed in a vintage/antique bonnet and dress, leather button shoes, cloth diaper and plastic diaper pants which are all purchased. Her little bunny is one purchased, cloth pannel fabric. It is also vintage.

Sophia is an original pattern. Jointed shoulders and hips. She is only oil painted in her face part of her head pattern. She has a clear cap Kemper mohair wig sewn in place. She is needle sculpted.

Entry #A-13

Doll by Victoria DiPietro
from... Sandy Springs, GA

Baby Harriet's First Easter

Baby Harriet is 12 inches tall! Family tradition dictates that the newest member must be introduced to all the family heirloom Easter decorations. Look at her smile, bubble and coo while the little lamb, bunnies, baby ducks look on.

Harriet is a small reproduction of Julia Beecher's Missionary Ragbabies which were first made in 1893. They were hand made from silk stockinet and came in different sizes. One of their unique features was cupped hands that can hold a rattle.

Harriet, her clothes and rattle are my work. Booties were purchased. The Easter animals are heirloom keepsakes from my family, dating back at least 100 years.

 
 

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