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Thursday, June 17, 2010

Trinita and Whinny



Let me introduce Trinita and her beloved Whinny.

Trinita is a very sweet little doll, 25 1/2" tall.
Her face is needle sculpted and painted.
She has soft, natural, washed wool hair.
A bow graces her hair.



Trinita's dress is an antique doll dress.
I have washed it but there are a few little spots that did not come out...
... so I put them into the folds of the dress.


Her undies are fabulous.
They are also antique... little bloomers with
tucks and lace and a great matching petticoat also with tucks and lace.
...you can see it peeking out from underneath her skirt.



Now to her pet....... her Shetland pony Whinny.

It was truly love at first sight!

Whinny is an antique Amish toy.
He is probably made from an old blanket.
His feet are clothespins.

Trinita has to hold Whinny on a leash because he is rather frisky!



Trinita comes with her own stand, but she can also sit.

Whinny and Trinita are $ 325.00 plus shipping and handling.

Thank you for stopping by to visit!

Trinita and Whinny have been SOLD.

Thank you.

God bless,
Evi

3 comments:

Tina Eudora said...

Beautiful work Evi, your skill and care are so evident.
I am trying my hand at paperclay and cloth dolls and so far it's going pretty well. I have never made dolls before but I am so inspired when I see work of your caliber.
Have a great evening!
Tina xo

The French Bear said...

Evi, she is beautiful....love the fabric with it's history of love! She is sure to bring love to a special someone!!!
Hugs,
Margaret B

Kai said...

Oh, my gosh! She's an absolute BEAUTY! And Whinny? Well, let's just say that to a Comanche, horses were our pride & joy, so I LOVE him! You do amazing work!