Union Jack Quilt made and donated by Linda Hord. It measures 17″ square and is pieced in red, white and blue reproduction 1800’s fabrics.
A Mary Glen Creation donated by Jackie Kraemer. Mary was noted for her hand smocked and embroidered outfits. This green and blue plaid dress and underpants comes with an original note and receipt from Mary to the purchaser of the outfit.
One of the special mint in box dolls donated. This is an 80s Sailing Suit blonde girl.
Baby and carry cot donated and made by Jane Woodbridge. Baby Sasha wears a loopy stitched jacket, leggings and bonnet and mitts in pink 3 ply baby yarn and in her carrycot she has a pink and white crocheted blanket.
Apologies for the blurred photo of this Studio style outfit donated by Bridgette Schwitter. Jacket, skirt and hat in pink poplin with a white velour sweater and sandals.
On the bottom left can just be seen the hat belonging to the Pram Set donated by Sue Palmer.Handknitted in cream yarn. Jacket with ribbon accent, leggings, bonnet, mitts and wrap-over vest and panties.
My apologies again for the blurred photo (it wasn’t easy trying to photograph in between many others looking at these wonderful donations) of this lovely winter outfit donated by Judi Hughes consisting of a handknitted jacket and beret in shades of blue. purple and pinks, colour co-ordinated trousers and chestnut UGG boots.
Another outfit donated by Thelma Holmes (Molly on eBay.) ‘Roses are Red’ A short sleeved, high waisted turquiose dress with red roses and matching pants.
Top. Summer Garden outfit, another of the several outfits made and donated by Thelma Holmes. Pink floral sleeveless dress with a pink ribbon around the waist and matching lace edged pants.
Below. Alice outfit based on the film version donated by Ruth Hartley.Yellow cotton dress with three bands of ribbon, a white and blue be-ribboned pinafore, shoes, stripped socks and hair band.
Sibling outfits jointly donated by Brenda and Virginia Myers. White linen dress with Peter Rabbit motifs and pastel blue slip. Baby Romper with hand embroidery trim and white shirt. White Mary-Janes and high top shoes donated by Jean Jenson.
A ‘Goodnight Sasha’ outfit donated by Anna Paige consisting of a sleeping bag lined with white fleece, pillow, yellow nightie and white fleece robe.
This Sasha/Gregor sports set was donated by Joyce and Len Jordan and all made by him apart from the tennis racket.
This Sasha furniture was made by Dominic and Carolyn Ruscio in May 2000 for the Sasha Convention in Huddersfield, Yorkshire and has been donated annonymously. It is made out of twigs and dressed with old chintz chair seats and there is a doily tablecloth on the small table.
Green print animal dress and white knitted bolero on the left donated by Susan Bugler-Pomeroy…. and yet another bag of JJ shoes donated by Jean Jenson.
Line rack with hanging pairs os Sasha sized socks donated by Gayle Rotheim. I don’t know who donated the pink outfit on the left but Bridget at Frilly Lily donated the outfit on the right along with several other outfits.
Two packets of JJ shoes donated by Jean Jenson.
Mary Hokke donated the original Gotz red coat and scarf outfit and Monica MN (precious cargo) the dress with the hand embroidery and beading with toning pants.
The print beige patterned dress, donator unknown.
Afraid that I don’t know who donated this Gregor T shirt and shorts outfit by Dollydoodles.
Laura Horner donate this delightful framed sketch. (Please would someone comment more on the info. as I think that it was a sketch of Sasha and her husband.)
Unfortunately again I don’t know the name of the donator of the flapper dress on the left (as there were gifts either sent in later after the catalogue had been sent to the publishers or bought into the festival with the attendees.) This fantastic 1930s Charleston dress was beautifully made from antique fabrics in a beigy gold material and toning lace trimmings.
The outfit on the right was a very pretty pink hand embroidered dress and hat set made and donated by Sherry Foggan.
To be continued after the weekend as I have more friends coming over to see my Sasha Brood.