They been cut, sewn, turned and then soaked in coffee stain. I opted for a lighter stain because I still want to see a faint glimpse of pink. They will dry lighter.
The color looks good. On to stuffing. It’s my least favorite part of doll making. I think because the time it takes and the fact that I get excited about pulling it all together.
They sure have come along way.
There are so many different styles and looks of a Raggedy. Check out this page, History of Raggedy and see how the raggedy came about and evolved over the years. Great history and amazing inspiration there.
More inspiration for me is a doll artist, Shelly Koch Mama’s Primitives. She makes amazing raggedy dolls; the kind I love. Check out her prim raggedy dolls.