Creative ventures from ME and my Trolls!
I had so much fun digging through saved clothes to decide what he might like. I even found a night gown and pair of jeans that belonged to Hanna my daughter when she was a little girl.
I may not cut those up for anything, I may just save them.
How big is this guy? I'm wondering if you found stockings to fit him, or constructed those out of remnants. They suit him.I just recently finished your Shorty from the pattern, though he turned out somewhat off kilter. I haven't got the knack of rounding the nose the way you do, yet. Here's the link if you'd like to take a look at him when he was almost done: http://www.saralaughs.com/littlepeople
OOOOOOOO! He's soooooooo CUTE!! makes me want to reach in and pick him up. :-)
I love the face on this troll. I'd love to insert eyes like this. I adore the clothes, the stripes and colours are great!
Thanks for the comments! This little troll measures 8" seated. His tights are made from a shirt I found at the thrift Store. His sweater is a sleeve of a wool sweater and his hair is teddy bear mohair.
Bellissimo! I love colors and shapes, very very sweet!
So good to find and see you again, seems I´ve lost that webadress !!! I love that little Troll Ute !!! Has he found a new home allready ??? Let´s talk :o)Fairy hugs, Silke / Liesl
I found your blog through Stephanie's Gufobardo blog. I love your trolls! Trolls are wonderful. I'm only made one (polymer clay) but I hope to make many more.I am going to follow your blog.Barbara
Your work is wonderful and this one is precious! I love the face and hair. I will be following you as I love trolls!Stephanie
Love the troll-the colors and expression are perfect! Will there be a pattern for this? I hope I hope!
I think he looks like a Marty (as in Feldman, but without the globulous eys). Yes, definately a Marty.Like all your work he,is full of character and cute!Denise
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