Doll Artisan Guild Instructor, Master Educator, Triple Crown of Dollmaking
I started dollmaking in 1989. I could not believe someone could make such wonderful dolls. They were nothing like I had seen in any shop.
I made a few for all my children and nieces at the time. Then my husband, my children and I moved to New York. Finally found somewhere in New York where I could make dolls. Started teaching at the YMCA then open up a studio in my home in Scarsdale.
We then moved to Japan I became very busy teaching dolls 5 days a week.
Our next move was Hong Kong where once again I started more classes.
When I returned home I once again stated a new studio where I taught from home,
until I purchased an established business, where we were now not only teaching dollmaking but manufacturing doll moulds, supplying doll products all over Australia, New Zealand and Asia.
I ran the Victorian Doll Show and Doll Artisan Guild Conventions in Melbourne and many seminars for Dollmaking.
After retiring and moving to a smaller space I need to sell some of my treasures and my supplies. It is hard to part with my dolls but over the years I have made so many.
I am sure everyone will get as much joy from them as I have.