| The Critics:
A much more
primitive doll than any of the others we have seen, this pattern
doesnt lend itself well to involved costuming. It is difficult to see
what else Merle could have done to clothe her in this period, apart from adding
feathers or fringing.
It seems to me that the doll
needs to stand or, at the very least, be seated on something and it certainly
helps to have posable arms (as Merle used on her other
That said, I think Merle
captured the Twenties look well with the painted face and hair, sequin
The little sequinned shoes are a
All critics are
by participant Sue Farmer if you want to learn what
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