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~I am a creative messymaker, dollmaker, sometimes instructor and pattern designer *Bringing Imagination to Life in Fabric*~

Welcome and thank you for visiting! Here you will find links to my one of a kind or limited edition finished dolls, handmade by me, one at a time, from my own designs. Many of my finished dolls are entirely hand stitched. I also plan to do a line of what I call Adapted Beyond Recognition which will be things made from patterns by other designers. And did I mention maybe some hand stitching or paper mache added to the mix? My *Instant Download* ePatterns are available in my SHOP link above which will take you to ETSY. Currently my time is limited, but creating is healing and good for the soul so I need to find my quiet time for gentle stitching. New designs are on the worktable. Please check back often...as you never know what will spark my imagination next! ~Edna~
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Silence...

New Collectible Needlefelted Garden Glove Bunnies now available in my ETSY SHOP


Bentley Rabbit EPattern...

New Instant Download EPattern now available in my ETSY SHOP!  Did I mention I love Rabbits?


Creating is good for the soul...so...be good to yourself and create something!

Back In My Comfort Zone...

Year before last I decided to get rid of my old big desk because the drawers would not close properly along with a long list of other reasons it should go. I was downsizing and thought I could use a sweet table that Poppa had made me out of a sewing machine base as my worktable.  That big desk held a lot of supplies so I distributed them among the other storage places in my studio/nest.  After the desk was gone I had to look in several places to gather supplies so it became a scavenger hunt just to work on a simple project.  It did not take me long to realize I had made a big mistake by getting rid of that old desk.

For my birthday last November, my nephew gave me a desk that he was wanting to get rid of.  Can you believe, it was exactly like my old desk except the top did not have a ledge to support my clamp on lights and video equipment!  Needless to say, I was beyond tickled!!!  Concrete blocks solved the problem for my clamp on equipment plus it gave my cubby holes for supplies. 

It feels good to have my *comfort zone* back in creating order!

Begin Again...





A few Instant Download EPatterns are still available in my ETSY SHOP

https://www.etsy.com/shop/EdnaBridges