by starlizard 15 Jul 2011

The embroidered face on this one is my own design and digitizing. But I've got to tell you, when I got the stuffing in this one, I looked at it and thought, "Good heavens, I've made an Oompa Loompa." LOL! Its about 16" long. As you can plainly see, half of that is the head. While I've sat here today, nursing my sore throat, I've created and digitized another face. I'm on a roll now! I also designed another body pattern. I'm weary of bow-legged rag dolls. The patterns that inspired 'Oby' and this one, just didn't have what I really wanted. I'm nearly out of the embroidered denim, so #3 isn't going to be adorned.

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by gerryb 17 Jul 2011

That's so cute! Wish I had an Oompa Loompa...my son told his 41 yr old sister as she was running in a Cancer run she looked like an Oompa Loompa!! LOL Unfortunately, she WAS running like one as her feet were hurting!

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by teun 16 Jul 2011

Ganz schön frech

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by juanitadenney 15 Jul 2011

How cute. Nice work. *4U

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by shirlener88 15 Jul 2011

Nice work.

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by noah 15 Jul 2011

lol i thinks its cute keep sewing girly!!lol carolyn

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by tippi 15 Jul 2011

Very cute

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by starlizard 15 Jul 2011

I vividly remember the 'big eyed' children prints of the late 60's and early 70's. Does anyone else remember them? I'm as much obsessive about the mouths as the eyes. I've digitized several different versions, but I'm thinking this is really close. Thank you for responding.

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by babie 15 Jul 2011

Sooo cute.

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by capoodle 15 Jul 2011

I thought the doll's face is as cute as it could be. Will be waiting to see how doll #3 comes out.

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by oaro 15 Jul 2011

Turn out very nice

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by 02kar Moderator 15 Jul 2011

I love the smile and the big eyes. I know practice makes perfect but someone is going to love these dolls.

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