Doll Artisan September 2003

Doll Artisan September 2003

Doll Artisan Bundle

This bundle of 14 Doll Artisan magazines is full of wonderful articles, dollmaker’s worksheets, pull-out patterns, and so much more. In this collection of the following issues: May, September, and November 2000; March and November 2001; March, July, September, and November 2002; and January, March, May, July, and September 2003 you will find many incredible opportunities to learn all about the art of dollmaking.

Some of these issues are nearly sold out, so you may receive 12, 13, or 14 magazines with your order. Order early to ensure you receive 14!

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This bundle of Doll Artisan magazines is full of wonderful articles, dollmaker’s worksheets, pull-out patterns, and so much more. In this collection of the following issues: May, September, and November 2000; March and November 2001; March, July, September, and November 2002; and January, March, May, July, and September 2003 you will find many incredible opportunities to learn all about the art of dollmaking.

Some of these issues are nearly sold out, so you may receive 12, 13, or 14 magazines with your order. Order early to ensure you receive 14!

  • In the May 2000 issue Sheryl Williams demonstrates various ways to string dolls and shows creative ways to display them. There are also wonderful photos of actual antique dolls including Bébé Charmant and Bonnet Baby. They make excellent painting guides. Also, Diana Arneson presents her research on authentic costuming for boys in this month’s installment of Poupeés a la Mode.
  • The September 2000 issue of Doll Artisan contains 64 pages and includes articles on making a corset and hoop skirt, the foundation of any Fashion doll's trousseau, instructions with illustrations to create a ribbon & lace dress created by Betty Hindes, and has a featured article by Alessandra Thor showing her stunning version of Chanelle enhanced by two wonderful Steiner clowns.
  • Doll Artisan November 2000 issue has a feature on K*R 114, Han or Gretchen that includes a worksheet by Rosemary Post, a feature article on the French Lady of Fate by Sheryl Williams with a pull out patterm, how to create mohair wigs for your French Fashion dolls and so much more.
  • Doll Artisan March 2001 includes worksheets for both Little Sunflower and a replacement worksheet for the Hans/Gretchen worksheet from November 2000. There are feature articles on Little Sunflower by Annette Schenck, E.J. Fashion where Carol Tribble shares costuming details and techniques that make this beauty a Millie winner, Laughing Girl pattern for an authentic folklore outfit for a German child, and so much more.
  • The November 2001 issue is full of projects and ideas for Christmas gift-giving. Susan Seitinger has provided a fabulous article on making the all-bisque Edelbud and several ideas for her presentation. Stephanie Ehman presents several authentic and “just-for-fun” wasy to paint the Winter Bonnet mold. In Bonnet Charmer Barbara Jolly gives step-by-step instructions on how to recreate a delightful Heubach bonnet doll – the DAG’s 2001 Oneonta Festival souvenir doll. There is also a worksheet on how to create Summersweet, an all-bisque Kestner.
  • The March 2002 issue marks the 25th year of Doll Artisan magazine. The cover is graced with Louise Hedrick’s Springtime Trio of antique dolls. The remaining pages include the very unique Emma Clear Nympheburg Lady, Sue Mitchell’s half doll extravaganza and another fabulous project that incorporates both German and French doll making – the Surprise doll. Let’s not forget the reproductions on the inside, Mlle. D and Belladonna, and the darling K*R 126 Snowdrop.
  • Doll Artisan July 2002 features a pull out pattern for Simply French as well as a crochet pattern for bonnet baby. The cover story will take you through a step-by-step creation of a lovely Rabery and Delphieu Bébé, Carol Parker will teach you to make several special treasures for a shadow box in Happy Birthday Little Star, and so much more.
  • Doll Artisan September 2002 features Kitty Murks' new twist on Pan, a 7 1/2 inch version of Pan by Stacy Reed, Cherub boxes, a worksheet and another Simply French pattern. All this and more...
  • The November 2002 issue of Doll Artisan is the Winter Wonders issues. It features Claudette by Alessandra Marcellan Thor where Claudette is playing in the snow and decorating a Christmas tree, Mechanical Clara by Femmy Toele, Femmy's creation of the mechanical version of The Nutcracker Suite's Clara using the Jumeau Desiree head mold, Pat Blyth’s Johann: A Study in Simplicity with a doll makers worksheet included which is a perfect project for any beginning doll maker.
  • The January 2003 issue of Doll Artisan has two articles on the adorable Bleuette doll. Kitty Murks shares her instructions for making Bleuette Silver. Louise Hedrick has a thorough historical feature on Bleuette, from its creation to its modern-day appeal. Jacqueline Rohan's article on Making Memories with Nancy is perfect for anyone with a drawer full of charms, mementos, odds & ends.
  • The March 2003 issue of Doll Artisan has several great projects to try and lots of beautiful photos to inspire and admire. The cover story by Judy Moore features her lovely Bru Breveté along with her hint for painters who may find it challenging to work from a printed instruction sheet. We also feature Lee Bryant's beautiful blonde Bébé Mignon and Jean Nordquist's Doll on a Swing project.
  • The May 2003 issue of Doll Artisan features a variety of doll projects, from an adorable and sweet little googlie doll by Jean Nordquist, to the historically accurate 19th century gentleman's costume created by Charlotte Semple for a Kubelka doll. Emily Hart's beautiful Laughing Jumeau project is so charming, and Jackie Chimpky shares the painting instructions for the wonderful Merlie A14T doll that graces our cover this month.
  • In the July 2003 issue of Doll Artisan, we follow Pat Hauser's journey of making a wonderfully unique Cigarette Girl. A profile of Sandra Wild chronicles how she has used the antique original dolls as inspiration for her line of dolls and doll-related items. Two doll makers who prove that even though the rules for painting antique reproduction dolls are important, sometimes breaking them can be good for you. This issue also features another wonderful costume from Charlotte Semple as seen on the cover.
  • The September 2003 issue of Doll Artisan has a charming Puppen Doktor [Doll Doctor] scene from Miriam Green, an amazing Long-faced Jumeau by Ann Christiansen, and a beautiful French Bebe dress and bonnet pattern from Emily Hart. Traci Takacs will teach you how to knit beautiful, custom-fitted socks for all your dolls and we are featuring an encore of Teresa DeSantis' article on the joys of firing porcelain.
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