Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Wilma, the pumpkin-head witch

I attended a doll-making workshop this past weekend at Patchworks, my LQS.  This is Janet Schultz, the teacher.  She's an enthusiastic instructor and a dedicated doll-maker.  Janet is a new resident here in Bear Valley, but she's been teaching and selling dolls all around Southern California for quite a while.  She was just bubbling with ideas and hints and creative inspiration, all during the workshop!

Body parts ... an action shot :)

Wilma, my finished pumpkin-head doll.

I had a wonderful time at the class -- being creative away from home for two days was like a mini-vacation!  I learned a lot, and  I'm really pleased with my doll.  Someday (after I finish all my quilts) (ha, so probably not in this lifetime) I'll definitely be interested in further exploring doll-making/soft sculpture -- so many new ideas came home with me!



Texan said...

Oh she is lovely!!

Evelyn aka Starfishy said...

How fun! She looks like the perfect addition to your fall time decorations! Cheers! Evelyn

Anonymous said...

Love the doll, and yes, all us quilters have dreams of finishing all those quilts LOL

blessings, jilly

Robin said...

She's lovely!!!! I love Halloween!

meg said...

Wilma is just so cute!! What a lovely Workshop! Hugs, XX

Feeling Simply Quilty said...

Halloween is so much fun. I like your doll.