Feb 27, 2014

Hitty Jane and Friends


They are waiting patiently for a home. They are so ready to set up housekeeping.






Patsy,Hitty and Tottie



10 comments:

AuntLou said...

Oh! I have no Hitty, but I do have a Wee Patsy put away, somewhere. You inspire me, Shelly. :)

Peggy said...

Oooh, the possibilities with all the little miniatures! Those girls are going to have one awesome home! Hope you're able to put it together soon!

Sharon said...

Are you thinking of making a Tasha Tudor type doll house? That'd be so fun! The quilt they're on is beautiful.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

You've collected some wonderful things for a house! I hope you find one soon! Sweet hugs my friend!

Sew Blessed Maw [Judy] said...

Oh what fun.. Love your dolls and all the cute stuff.. Cant wait to see ,what you will do.. hugs.

janice15 said...

Funny I have a old 50's tin house and some furniture but no dolls or people for inside.. and I haven't had a chance to put them together...one day Just lovely Shelley.. with love Janice

DollZandThingZ said...

Needless to say..love it all! Have fun! I wouldn't even wait for a doll house. I would set up scenes now! But, you already know that!

marie said...

Love all your little treasures. How nice that they have you sweet home to live in....until they have a little one of their very own! :)

Carolyn said...

I love Patsy dolls too and at one time, had several. Wee patsy is such a little cutie! One of my dolly friends has one that she takes everywhere and she sews for her and just spoils her rotten. LOL! How fun! I bet your little dollies bring you lots of joy. They are very cute together.

Diane Shepard Johnson and Sarah E. Johnson said...

Dear Shelley,

What sweet little friends Hitty Jane has! It is so much fun collecting treasures for a Hitty home, isn't it!

Your friends,
Diane and daughter Sarah, and the Dolls and Tillie Tinkham the seamstress mouse at Corgyncombe