Monday, November 22, 2010

Lady in Waiting

Still on the theme of Marie Antoinette and 18th Century styled dolls, here is another rag doll I made this week, which I am calling Lady in Waiting.

This doll is mostly cotton prints, rather than silk, which I reserved for the Queen. Like Marie, I gave her quite a lot of underwear. She has a pale yellow corset to match her shoes, some pantaloons, and a hip bolster.

I gave her a white silk petticoat with ruffle edge and machine embroidery.

She has 2 lilac colored print overskirts and a matching top with a bit of bling at the front waist, along with some lace and embroidery edging.

Her hair is done in a multicolor, multifiber 18th Century upsweep. She is available on Etsy for someone in need of a fun boudoir doll.


  1. Gorgeous dress and her hair is fabulous!

  2. Thanks, Sassy! We should all wear our hair like this, don't you think? :)

  3. She is gorgeous! I have missed your creations!

  4. Thanks, Merle. You are so busy and productive, I could never ever keep up with you!