A reminder for those who might have missed it, but I now blog over here at Rose Cottage Friends. I still blog about my Sasha and Gregor family, please do pop over and 'follow' so as not to miss any posts.
The Christmas Advent series of posts will be starting soon - can't believe we are almost in the last month of the year.
- The Girls
- The Boys.
- Course Dolls
- Holiday with Henry
- Sasha Doll Clothes For Sale
- CLOTHING FOR SALE: HENRY'S FASHIONS & FOOTWEAR FOR GREGOR
- Clothing Commissions.
- Sasha Dolls for Sale
- Other Dolls For Sale
- A Simple Summer Swap
- Back to School Swap
- Sasha Secret Santa Swap
- Sasha Secret Santa Swap 2012
- Secret Santa Swap 2013
- Secret Santa Swap 2014
- Secret Santa Swap - 2015
- Valentine Swap 2014
- Autumn Pinafore Swap 2013.
- Jean Jensen Shoes for Sasha & Gregor
- Secret Santa Swap - 2016
Wednesday, 29 November 2017
Sunday, 20 August 2017
Thursday, 15 June 2017
For those who haven't followed my blog over on 'Rose Cottage Friends'
As I have mentioned before I am selling my gorgeous Sasha Studio Doll. I have been told that she is quite an early doll dating from 1946 - 1952 in part because she has realistically molded ears and other characteristics. She is a BIII Studio doll, type 3 head, type B Body. She has a beautiful wistful pensive face and expression. Her hair is human hair, but I don't know if it is original to her or not, I suspect it is probably is. It is believed that her underwear and dress is original but her extra clothes were probably added later. The cape may also have been original?
She is by no means perfect, so if you are looking for a 'perfect' studio doll then she is not for you. She has 'history' to her and there are several theories as to what this is. Please contact me via email if interested. I am currently working out a ball park region for what I would like for her, but don't feel frightened to offer a realistic price. I can either say 'yes, no, or let's negotiate'. I have not followed the trends of what these dolls are worth since I bought her in 2015, but I would like to at least cover the cost of her purchase.
I have included lots of photos below so you can assess whether you are seriously interested or not and I have more photos available.
Original white felt arm holes.
She was 'formally' introduced on this blog post here: Introducing Ingrid.
Saturday, 4 February 2017
Sunday, 1 January 2017
A New Year and changes!
I have decided to amalgamate just my two main blogs for now 'Sewing for Sasha' and this one 'How Many Dolls' into one. I will eventually be taking these two blogs 'off line' but will at that stage copy all the old posts from both blogs onto the new one. Whether the other two doll blogs 'Holidays with Henry' and 'Hitty at Rose Cottage' eventually merge with the new blog as well, is yet to be decided.
So please do make sure you update your reading list and 'follow' me using the appropriate buttons over on my new blog which is called 'Rose Cottage Friends' and can be found by clicking here.
I want this new blog to be primarily my story blog so even though I said 'just one blog' I will be putting all my sewing and knitting posts onto my 'Muriel Makes' blog which will also link to my Etsy page. My Muriel Makes blog can be found by clicking here.
Saturday, 31 December 2016
Friday, 30 December 2016
So I did manage to reduce the number of Sasha dolls that entered Rose Cottage this year... however we won't talk about the non-Sasha dolls that DID enter the house!
Two boys, Two Course, One Repaint and One baby - so a total of six dolls.
All of which have been introduced with the exception of the baby which I bought at the Sasha Festival this year - seems I never completed blogging about the Sasha Festival - must have run out of steam - so forgot all about her!
Clicking on the names will take you to their introduction posts.
Jasmine, my 'Dream' Course girl
Donny - the new boy.
Jessica - the red head Course girl
Edward - relieved to be back in boys clothing!
Baby Meike - who sadly didn't get a formal introduction as I got her at the Sasha Festival and for one reason or another never quite finished my Festival posts!
So a few more photos of her.
She was mint in her tube, and is very sweet.
I love her whole outfit.
Plus her pretty soft features.
Next year things are changing in many ways - or at least that is the plan. Some, perhaps more than a few, dolls will be looking for homes and leaving for pastures new. It will probably be a slow process as I don't want to rush into such changes. I am looking forward though to putting the ideas I have been and am still formulating into practice and seeing the results. I am looking forward to amalgamating my blogs and making things a bit easier and thus more enjoyable to me.
I am really hoping that 2017 is going to be my year of 'Less is More'