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‘Three little girls from school are we.’ a quote taken from the Mikado, a musical production that we put on in my last year at Loreto College. Left is a Frido Dungaree NP, centre Holly, a mid 1960s Gotz yellow crude eyed girl and on the right, Sally, another 1960s Gotz but this time a later slate eyed lass. All are wearing Ruthsdolls OOAK homespun smocked dresses and JJ sandals or commercially made shoes.
Belle, a 1970 customised by Shelly Gregor, in an unknown seamstress dress and commercially made shoes showing off a lovely little cup given to me as part of my birthday/get well presents (watch this space for the other two gifts in the near future) from Susan Bugler Pomeroy who lives in Ireland and collects just the baby Sashas (although ONE Gregor has managed to creep in.) Thank you very much Susan for thinking of me.
A 1960 Gotz pale skinned slate eyed girl re-rooted in mohair by Bettina in a Jill Mackley of ‘Frocks and Socks’ daintily smocked dress looking through a delightful little photgraph album of scenes of Paris made by Sarah Price and Rosie Shortell and given to all those who attended one of Anne-Marie’s Sasha Fundays.
A 1967 Frido NP with hair re-rooted by Lisa Hartley on account of her being given a very bad short haircut by a budding practising little hairdresser wearing ba Pinestreetstudio skirt over a Ruthsdoll’s blouse and JJ sandals and manufactured socks.