Dottie Dancer, Ballerina Ragdoll

I have been working on a doll for my grand-niece (my Grand-Aunt Bess made one for me) and when I had finished constructing her, I knew she must be a ballerina with the long arms and legs that she had.  Here she is dressed for the recital in her tutu and ballet shoes.  I may add some ribbon and flowers.

Rag doll in a chair

Here she is before I added her tutu.

Dottie in her tutu and ballet shoes

Here she is with her tutu.

Doll's close up

She is ready for her close up.  She’s a bit cross-eyed but cute, I think.  Her features are embroidered except for her eyebrows and rosy cheeks which I put on with fabric markers.

By mpmckibbon

I am a pastor/writer/illustrator and I am a happily married grandmother. My passions are drawing, painting, writing and making crafts. I write, edit and publish a magazine for hospice patients, and residents of retirement homes and nursing homes.

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