My Sasha Obsession

Sasha dolls, created by Sasha Morgenthaler, are among my very favorite dolls. They range in size between 15.5 inches and 17.5 inches, are nicely balanced, and very well made. Because they are approximately one quarter of human scale, they are wonderful to sew, knit, or crochet for.
20 Pins16 Followers
Caleb models a Tomten and knit boots, designed by Elizabeth Zimmerman, first published in Woolgathering #64, now available online as a pattern, "Doll Clothes" (SPP 26) at http://schoolhousepress.com

Caleb models a Tomten and knit boots, designed by Elizabeth Zimmerman, first published in Woolgathering #64, now available online as a pattern, "Doll Clothes" (SPP 26) at http://schoolhousepress.com

Back of the Baby Sunny outfit, featuring rumba ruffles on the back of the panties.

Back of the Baby Sunny outfit, featuring rumba ruffles on the back of the panties.

Back of the outfit, featuring the back pack, worn by Elizabeth Anne, my 1969 Sasha Kilt girl with full center part.

Back of the outfit, featuring the back pack, worn by Elizabeth Anne, my 1969 Sasha Kilt girl with full center part.

Hiking outfit made for the CFA at the 2013 Sasha Festival.

Hiking outfit made for the CFA at the 2013 Sasha Festival.

Crocheted dress, hat, and panties, from my own pattern, made for the "Baby Sunny" raffle at the 2013 Sasha Festival. Modeled by Baby White Bird.

Crocheted dress, hat, and panties, from my own pattern, made for the "Baby Sunny" raffle at the 2013 Sasha Festival. Modeled by Baby White Bird.

The souvenir package that was given at the 2011 Festival.

The souvenir package that was given at the 2011 Festival.

2011 Festival Flyer, featuring Stella, in a dress and shoes by Martha Nelson, taken at the old Depot near the the Lincoln Presidential Museum.

2011 Festival Flyer, featuring Stella, in a dress and shoes by Martha Nelson, taken at the old Depot near the the Lincoln Presidential Museum.

Some of my Sasha Girls, taken at the 2011 Sasha Festival, which I hosted in Springfield, IL.

Some of my Sasha Girls, taken at the 2011 Sasha Festival, which I hosted in Springfield, IL.

Zoe models a crocheted dress, shoes, and bag, my donation to the 2004 Sasha Festival in Florida. Shoes are from a pattern by Susanna Lewis.

Zoe models a crocheted dress, shoes, and bag, my donation to the 2004 Sasha Festival in Florida. Shoes are from a pattern by Susanna Lewis.


More ideas
Pinterest
Search