Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Playing with Kathy Patterson Dolls From Peggy Flavin

I so love the dolls of many of my doll making friends. Kathy Patterson is my dear friend and maker of the most beautiful Queen Anne woodens of the 1700's and even earlier on occasion.

Peggy Flavin is a lover of these dolls who happens to own some of them. I asked permission of Peggy to share her pictures from her blog Dolls In The Neatest Manner. You will want to go there to read what she says and of course, you will have to explore her blog more closely to get all of this wonderful story down right.

I have only beautiful and delightful pictures of hers in which to enchant you completely!

ENJOY!































5 comments:

Judi Hunziker said...

Hi Christine, I saw these on Peggy's blog a while ago and enjoyed them so much. I am glad to see them again. I think she should write and publish a story book about them.

Christine LeFever said...

I'm with you on that one Judi!

The Civil War Quilter said...

I had so much fun following the girls' adventures! What fun.

gretchen said...

how great! both the dolls and the settings are wonderful. I have to agree with you, these look like they were part of a story and she tells it so well.

Lady Linda said...

Just enchanting.