October Show & Tell

Carlyn finished her Linda Misa workshop doll. She turned out great!

 Her skirt is special - a piece of silk given to Carlyn by our dear Jean.The bodice was stamped with the gelli-plate method Linda taught. The head, breast-plate, arms & legs are all paper clay.

Jack finished his workshop doll, too. Always unique!!

He used his embroidery machine wizardry to make the torso & legs.

Nark said she's shown the pumpkin lady before, but it was fun to see her again on this lovely October day!

Sharon brought (and wore) this neat pin doll.

Annie made the door prize. Everyone oohed & aahed over this sweet picture. A paper doll dressed out in pink crepe paper.

Jennepher's been on a winning streak with door prizes - she won again this month!

Several of our members are dealing with some health issues. We miss them very much at our meetings, workshops, & play dates.

Sending Get Well wishes, thoughts & prayers to 


Tulsa State Fair Competitive Exhibits - Handarts - Dolls

Here are the results of the Dollmaking category in the Tulsa State Fair Competitive Exhibits. Please pardon the pictures, it is hard to take good pictures through the glass with the lights.

Best in Show

 Shari Sheppard; I think it is also 1st Place in Costume, but the ribbon tag was obscured.
All Cloth Doll Over 14"

1st Place Jayne Swanson                             2ndd Place Shari Sheppard                            3rd Place Laurie McCurry               

All Cloth Doll Under 14"

 1st Place  Kathy Garringer                             2nd Place Laurie McCurry        

Mixed Media

1st Place Teresa Lantz                                                             2nd Place  Laurie McCurry   

3rd Place  Connie Poncel                                               Lisa Stanton                                              

                    Kathy Garringer                                                        Coral Hale                                                                     


2nd Place  Lisa Stanton