Unfortunately, I didn't make it to the Integrity convention, but I was able to buy the workshop Veronique doll from a friend. She is so beautiful, and I'm sure she will be a treasured addition to my collection.
Hi there, Simon! Thanks so much for the warm welcome, I can't believe I didn't know about this place sooner, but better late than never, right? I've already viewed (read: drooled) over your PFDF pix, so another big thanks for letting me (us) live vicariously through you.
I already recognize several names, and I look forward to meeting lots more of you crazy dolly people. It's a good thing to be where I belong.
"books were for me my main source of information when I was not hooked to the web
I still have them and even if my computers are quite handy I still go through those treasure chest .
here some titles that I have but the most importants for me…"
"I am a fashion-Era follower since the beginning of time I think this place is a mine, a treasure chest . and the lady who's behind is very kind as well (sorry I cannot remember her name) she is very prompt to answer question (even silly…"
"They are lush and beautiful. I think for some of the 20s things, you would need to begin with embroidered fabric or netting. You might have to cut it down a bit. I have found with a lot of openwork trims, sometimes you can use parts, rather than the…"