Saturday evening was the Children's Fund Auction
In no particular order I have photographed some of the Auction items and what they went for in the Auction.
Land of Oz Costumes donated by Geraldine Brodt $240
Gregor & his Bike donated by Dawn Law $290
Dress with pinafore, scarf & shoes sewn and donated by Phyllis Guedeke $60
OOAK Max and one of the Wild Things from the children's classic by Maurice Sendike was made & donated by Karola Miller £225
The three dresses on the right were donated after the catalogue went to print and I am not sure what the numbering of them was. The Scottish Outfit was donated by Phyllis and raised $50
The Judy/Erica Sweaters were a Dutch Auction and went for $15 each
The doll on the right in the Sailor Dress was part of the Jackie Hyatt memorial doll auction which raised $230
The lovely studio style dress was altered and donated by Sheila Foery and came with a petticoat and pantalets along with leather shoes and spoolie dolly raised $100
This wonderful quilt set was made and donated by Lorrie & Laura Osterdyk and Kim Barnes. There is a lap size quilt, a quilt for Sasha and a quilt for baby as well as matching nightshirt for Sasha, pyjamas for Gregor and a nightdress for Baby. $240
The bright flowery outfit on the left was made and donated by Carol Mitchell and consisted of three pieces, pantaloons, petticoat and studio style long sleeve dress. $75
The Yellow Summer suit with hat , bag and shoes was sewn and donated by Phyllis Guedeke $50
The wonderful skating outfit complete with tiara and skates and her first place ribbon was made and donated by Wilma Roberts $90
The sweet gingham dress and sandals on the far right was made and donated by Monica Jarpay went for £200
The studio style dress made from a Victorian Christening gown in memory of Jackie Hyatt was made and donated by myself and went for an incredible $250!
The doll on the far left (a sweet brunette waif) wearing a red pinafore outfit made by Jackie Hyatt and holding another donated by Heidi Wheeler was donated by Ginger Mullins $165
Next we have a pink sweater by Erica McLeod, dotted blouse and blue hand-dyed overalls and hair ribbon, made and donated by Carol Mitchell $45
The wonderful ensemble 'Dress for the Derby" celebrating Jinny Lee's thirty years of attending Sasha Festivals was made and donated by the family, Brenda, Barbara, Joanne and of course Jinny Lee went for $200. Jinny Lee desinged and created a vintage dotted Swiss dress for Sasha with Velveteen coat. Joanne created a matching hat celebrating the Kentucky Derby. The hat was such fun! It was hand painted by Joanne and had horses adorning it. Barbara made Gregor's Derby outfit of an Eaton Jacket of teal velveteen with matching velveteen knee length shorts, socks and ruffled shirt and bow tie. Brenda created the baby's outfit, a romper of teal velveteen with an accent of dotted swiss tabs and lining which match Sasha's dress.
The mustard yellow felt cape, hat and red boots was made and donated by Phyllis Guedeke $40
The sweet little baby smocked top and long bloomers and cap was made and donated by Kirsten Hascup $45
The really beautiful jumper/dress on the left was very popular! It was made and donated by Cheryl Mills of Adair for Sasha. The dress is made from really soft Italian cashmere in a rich green and purple plaid and was teamed with a beautiful light lilac/grey Italian cotton with a tiny paisley embroidery sprinkled over it. $190
Floral print hoodie with jeans & tennis shoes sewn and donated by Phyllis Guedeke $40
Cute striped skirt made by Carol Mitchell to co-ordinate with the green stripe sweater made by Erica McLeod $60
White wicker vanity dressing table and stool donated by Tilly Mason $50
Denim overalls made by Carol Mitchell to go with the peach sweater made by Erica McLeod was donated by Carol Mitchell $65
'Baby Erica' in memory of Erica McLeod, with proceeds going to the New Zealand Save the Children Chapter was full of items donated by lots of lovely people $200
Far left: Part of the 'Ellen Project" a project began as a way to celebrate Ellen's completion of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation therapy from stage two breast cancer. A group of Ellen's friends donated these items from which proceeds will go to St Jude's Children's Research Hospital.
'Winter Camp' a cooking outfit consisting of pants, white ribbed t-shirt, apron, chef's hat, shoes and accessories, made and donated by Barb Steinberg $50
'Computer Camp' consisting of computer, bottle of snapple, and outfit made and donated by Dorisanne Osborn, sleeping bag and whistle donated by Diane Root $50
Beautiful baby outfit made and donated by Judy Burger in memory of Erica. $68
Long waisted formal dress created by Jinny Lee Myers. $70
Cute Polka dot romper with matching hat made and donated by Phyllis Guedeke $55
'Summer Camp (Ellen Project) Softball outfit complete with flag, socks, sneakers, baseball, bat & cap made and donated by Barb Steinberg $70
'Music Camp', a fun outfit consisting of a blouse made in a sailor style matched with shorts and hat made by Dorisanne Osborn. Shoes made by Jean Jensen and socks by Karen Warnaka, donated by Diane Root . Dorisanne also included a guitar, case and music book. $100
'Summer Camp' outfit made and donated by Martha Nelson. Accessories included a lovely soft leather shoulder bag holding assorted stones and seashells. A sand dollar charm bracelet and a little lattern key chain. $60
The outfit worn by Cora was made and donated by Dottie Daily and consists of a white gauze half slip, pantalets, wrap and gorgeous ethnic print dress. $75
The basket of 15 sweaters was a Dutch Auction and was made and donated by Amei Walder. They went for $17 each and I was lucky enough to win one of these.
The pretty blue dress in cotton corduroy was made by Norvell Jones of Walnut Run and the Fisherman's rib jacket and cap was made by Lora Garrison of Silly Dog Designs. This joint collaboration raised $110
The lovely sweater I won.
I will show photos of it being worn along with the other photos of items of clothing at the end of my Sasha Festival posts.
The little pink two piece sleeping outfit for baby was made and donated by Phyllis Guedeke $35
The High Tea party dress heirloom sewing for Sasha was made by Karol Gooch $60
The blonde waif was donated by Ginger Mullins and is wearing an outfit by Jackie Hyatt donated by Heidi Wheeler went for $210
The wonderful handcrafted Walnut sasha sized wardrobe was something I would loved to have bid for and won, but practicality and logic overruled ....it was HEAVY and how on earth would I have got it home? It was commissioned and donated by Bonnie Jean Kennedy $225
To the left of the wardrobe standing was a set of three matching ensembles made by Bella Bambino from England, donated by Carol Sluys $95
To the right of the wardrobe is a little red bolero and yellow booties made by Erica McLeod and baby romper made and donated by Carol Mitchell $50
The very pretty pink dress of Swiss cotton fabric overlaid with embroidered lace, complete with underwear shoes and socks was made and donated by Marty Murphy $130
In front of Gregor who is wearing a shirt and jeans is a lovely quilt, shirt, smocked top, sweater, jeans, pyjamas made and donated by Millie Dingham $90 (Gregor not included)
The dress Cora is wearing was made and donated by Mary Hokke and comes with the socks and shoes $65
Teh lovely silk dress, leather shoes, matching handbag and mohair cardigan and socks was created and made by Brigitte Schwitter $125
'Seaside Morning' a customised OOAK doll handpainted by Kelly Wernarsky with outfit made by Dreaming Under the Lilacs, and sandals made by Gigi Company was donated by Rosie Shortell and Gayle Rotheim. I thought this girl was beautiful by sadly wasn't the lucky winner, but I was thrilled when I found out who was, a very young friend of mine. $290
The wonderful knitted outfits for both Sasha and Gregor were donated by Pat Pellerito $75
The pretty smocked dress and shoes were made and donated by Ruth and Lisa Hartley $90
This lovely shadow box ensemble was made by Norvell Jones and consists of a beautiful dress of blue sateen, hand embroidered bodice with decorative vintage pearl buttons on the back, shoes, socks and undies. I was determined to win this and I did! I have donated the box back to go towards next year's creation by Norvell. :-) $115
There were many more amazing and wonderful items donated which I didn't get a chance to photograph, but I hope you have enjoyed those that I managed.