Tuesday, July 13, 2010
This precious doll, named Ugenia by me, was made by and purchased from Doreen Sinnett at the Seattle Miniature Show in the early 1990's. Her crochet dress is perfect scale as are her socks and I find the way she crosses her feet very appealing. Her arms can be manipulated. I like her best from the rear looking out the window. Although she was purchased at least fifteen years prior to my Granddaughter's arrival she reminds me of her.
The cat is very similar to our Siamese cat named Cleo, naturally she recognizes the most comfortable spot in the room.
The light between the head of the beds is a commercially purchased one but the one in the centre of the room was bought from someone at the Seattle fair. Bruce put a very bright light in the bathroom that helps highlight the room.
Another friend, appropriately named Pearl, as she is an amazing knitter, created the little monkey displayed in the wicker pony cart. You can also see two robots from the boys and an Amish doll made by Elizabeth.