My sister does. She gets totally freaked out when she comes over and sees all the dollies in their various stages. There’s always a few heads hanging around – bodies with no hair and even better bodies with hair but no faces. Sometimes instead of faces I’ve marked the eyes and mouth out with pins. I do wonder if this will give my children some kind of complex later on in life. In Waldorf dollmaking books the author’s always stress not showing the children dolls in progress – it’s impossible with what I do. I rarely have completed dolls around for very long. Once they are made they are shipped home ASAP.. the dolls get very excited to go home!
On other news, I am working on a FAQ for the site right now. I think I have most things covered. I’m so laid back about things that I never thought I’d need policies but I think it’s best to put some things in place and have information out there, you know? All professional and stuff. I still work in the way that I’m making my friend a doll for her little one – that’s how I treat all my orders. I’ll still treat all my orders this way – but at least you’ll know which way I ship, how to clean the dolls and that freckles can be added to any doll! Any suggestions would be fantastic!
PS I’m totally Twilight ‘jonesing’. I went through all the audiobooks in 2 weeks. I need another obsession and Outlander (as was suggested) isn’t available on the iTunes audio. Can anyone suggest something else? I do read adult books – not just teen fiction.