4. Hattie - Hattie was made by me from a Gail Wilson Joel Ellis Doll Kit. Gail painted the head and I made the body. This was the hardest crafty thing I have ever done! Lots of instructions and steps, but she was so worth it. I ordered the dress form and pretty period style dress with a full set of unders already completed. She is 12 inches tall.
5. Woody Ann - This doll is a Robert Raikes doll, created for Madame Alexander as the 95th Anniversary of Raggedy Ann. She came wearing the 95th anniversary dress and had a red yarn wig. She was already adorable, but I wanted to attempt to make her look like an "all wood" doll. I removed the yarn wig and created her a wig with paper clay. I did this much like I did for Anne with an "E." But this wig was much more involved and took much longer. She is 8 inches tall. At first I wasn't sure I liked her, now I can't imagine her any other way. Her happy face is infectious!
7. Rowan - Rowan was a gift from my sweet friend, Michelle. She is a Madame Alexander Silk Rose Woodkin. I did a little work to her face to soften the harsh lines around her mouth and lighten the lip color. I also added the red wig. She is made of wood, is 8 inches tall and multi-jointed. I am still amazed that she would give her to me.
21. Hitty Mae & Hitty Thimble - These two tiny Hitty dolls were sculpted by Sara Cole. They are called May Bee Hitty dolls and are only 2.5 inches tall. I purchased them and painted them as a gift for my granddaughter's 12th birthday. She got to choose which one she liked best. She chose the one pictured on the left and named her Hitty Mae. I kept the other and named her Hitty Thimble. She got several tiny little accessories as well as a little suitcase to keep her things in. She also got a lot of tiny furniture to furnish a house space on one of her doll shelves.