Family and dolls

Thursday, July 19, our youngest daughter, Heidi, and I drove up the highway to meet with some other family members. One of the hardest things for me was giving up my maiden name – Medaris. I come from this incredible family. So, those of us who are out here in California try to get together as often as we can. Which isn’t often enough.
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The picture shows, from left to right, me, Aunt Willie, Heidi, Bob(Aunt Willie’s husband), Don and Brenda in the wheelchair. Brenda had her ankle rebuilt and has the most amazing hardware attached. She’ s truly the Bionic Woman.
As you know, I love showing pictures people send me of dolls they’ve made from my patterns. Here’s a couple more.
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Debra Durkett made this stunning doll in pinks for a lucky young lady. And, this is Debra’s first doll that she’s made. This woman has major talent.
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Jane McGowen, from New Zealand, interpreted some of the patterns from my books, but Jane has definitely found her own style of doll making. These are stunning pieces!

Please do send me photo’s. I love seeing what you do with my patterns and books.

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