We are a group of cloth doll makers who meet once a month in Farnborough, Hampshire. There is a range of abilities, but we are all enthusiastic and keen to learn new skills, as well as practice old ones. It's a very friendly and low key environment in which to learn and craft, and while we do that we drink tea, eat donuts and discuss a wide range of topics.

Tuesday, 8 August 2017

July meeting

We were a bit low in numbers last moth but we all had a good time
Cathy was making a card by cutting the design into paper for her husband.

Lucy was making her pretty paper flowers and she brought in this beautiful box of flowers 

Jenny had made progress with her Barbara Willis doll and we all are waiting to see the finished doll.

Friday, 28 July 2017

June 2017 meeting

Last month's meeting was well attended. Theresa showed how to make her lovely paper flowers

Ann showed her DIP the challenge doll.

Shashi completed her challenge doll . She made the clothing out of gift wrapping paper for the doll.

Cathy was working on her black and white quilt 

Ann brought her dolls that were made in a class. 

Maureen making a Barbara Willis doll

Jaqui making Ann's kit doll

Sally's buttons and bows doll.

I am extremely sorry about the poor quality of the last two pictures. For some reason they refused to come out in their pretty colours.

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

Our members projects

These are some dolls that were in display in the Farnham quilt show


Below are Karen's wonderful geishas 

A little felted bird by Ann. Isn't he sweet .

Doll shoes made by Ann taught by Sally

Ann's Challenge doll in progress. A sewn body parts were given by Shashi and the challenge is to make up the doll and embellish it. Will be interesting to see what everyone does with it. Ann's doll is looking already gorgeous.


Mavis's wall hanging. She has incorporated a tiny doll to the theme

A cute quilt block by Cathy.

Monday, 23 January 2017

Christmas meeting

Happy New Year to all. It's a bit late but we were having problems uploading the images onto the blogs hence the delay. Hope it will be ok now.
The Christmas meeting was well attended. There was plenty of food and a good time was had by all. There were plenty of doll's on display.
Karen's full size geishas, Mavis's Cat and Mouse drew a lot of attention. Ann brought in her stump doll in progress which she hopes to make a pattern and release it this year. Margaret brought in her sweet little fairies and angels.