|Carole with her three dolls
|This is Carole's doll made from an Arley Berryhill pattern "La Femme"
|These two lovely ladies were made by Carole from a Jill Maas pattern. They were hilarious
|Made by Maida's mother to represent the Navajo
|Oldest dolls made by Sharon
|Made by Bev
|Made by Bev in a Patti Culea class
|Made by Teresa
|Brought in by Charlotte, so retro!
|Another of Charlotte's childhood doll. I so wanted this doll when I was young!
|A skunk from Charlotte's stash
|Queen Elizabeth doll belonging to Charlotte
|Charlotte's doll from a summer trip to Yellowstone
|The last of Charlotte's oldest dolls. The clown was made by her mom and the blue doll was Charlotte's try at making the pink doll that a neighbour gave her when she was fell and was hurt. Charlotte was a very good keeper of childhood dolls!
|Brought in by Charlie, this doll was made by Wendy Gibbs
|A felt folded doll brought in by Bobbi
|Not an old doll but Bobbi brought in her finished doll from the Charlie Patricolo workshop
|A doll from a fabric panel
|One of the first dolls made by Gail from a J. Mccullough pattern
|The first doll made by one of our newest and youngest members! Well done and carry on with the addiction.
|One of the first dolls made by Maria from a epb pattern. The inspiration was the crazy quilt rectangle she made and that became the Gypsy's skirt.
|A first doll ringing in the New Year, how cute.
|Dolls brought in by Maureen. The centre one is by the famous Lenci doll makers of Milan, Italy
|A puppet made by Maureen's mother!