Following on from last weeks post Lucy and Bea reach the Street Art Wall by two of the Sasha Village’s lads, Toby and Zac (with the help of one of Denise’s daughters.) A great meeting place for them now for the future?
Bea and Lucy enjoy meeting the artists on their way to the next shop. This is the first time that they have ever met or spoken to a street artist and are most impressed.
Zac tells her about the street ‘tags’ and points out Toby’s tag on the left bottom corner ….though I think that Bea is more interested in Mr Mossy’s little one on the right! as she is a great fan of his.
Below are more many photos of the visiting dolls but unfortunately I’m going to be struggling a little here due to a very short memory span these days,of who belongs to whom so I’m hoping that some of you will be able to help me out in your comments andI’ll adjust accordingly.
Two very attractive NP girls, the one on the right is a Frido 1967 with the rarer ‘open eyed’ eye painting. (Do these girls belong to Emma Louise Flood or Emma Hassam?)
Plum has just informed me that the girl in the blue short coat and hair re-rooted by Alison belongs to Jane McLuskie. Thanks Plum.
The red headed lass above looks to me to have been re-rooted by Jackie Rhydstrom. Just been informed that the re-root is by Alison.
Jocelyn’s Gaby, a Frido 1967 NP Ballet who went missing when my daughter was taking the photos so her mummy very kindly sent me a photo of her to add to the post. She is wearing a Sashapotamus T shirt and one of Dee’s berets and a locket from the Sashadolluk website.
Whilst I know that the Superman Rowan, in the middle belongs to Judith of Dollydoodles I don’t know the other two lads….although they could be part of Jocelyn’s gang since they are standing close by to her other dolls.
The two Batmans belong to Callie Doyle and not to Jocelyn as I had thought. Thanks again Plum.
‘Three pretty NP maids in a row’ (from the soundtrack of the Mikado by Gilbert and Sullivan.) (The one in the centre has just been lucky enough to have been completely re-dressed from Sarah William’s sales table!) ….but who is their lucky mummy? Plum has just informed me that the two in the very pretty coats belong to Jane McLuskie.
Denise’s girl in the centre and Emma Louise Flood’s girl on the right. (Not sure who’s the dark eyed brunette lad on the left is. Jocelyn’s?) No,he doesn’t belong to Jocelyn so she tells me!
Cathy’s Esther on the left with Judith’s Ollie on the right. He is wearing a hoodie, beanie hat and jeans from Judith’s new Toddler range.
I’m pretty sure that these three girls in the front belong to Gillian Nash (as I know the the bike does!) all are wearing either Dollydoodles and vintage-sasha clothing (….with a few more of Dee’s? dolls in the background.)
Susan Bulger Pomeroy’s rare Trendon baby with his eyes beautifully painted by Sara Doggart and wearing a lovely Easter themed Dollydoodle sleepsuit.
A OOAK 1990s Gotz baby with her hair re-rooted by Lisa Hartley and wearing a Ruthsdolls? OOAK angel top and Dollydoodle’s tights..
The three dolls on the front right (one wearing a recent Pinafore Swap Event run by Lorraine Tyler and the other two in their smart school uniforms) belong to Anna Paige and her daughter and the brunette girl on the right is Theresa O’ Neill’s. The beautiful Gotz red heard No-Nose girl at the back is one of Denise’s favourite dolls.
Above is a Frido Dungaree girl who can’t just remember her mummy’s name.
Another of Denise’s Gotz No-navel girls standing on the corner waiting for her friend to arrive to go shopping with her.
On the back left is Dee’s Gotz slate eyed doll in her Passion for Sasha dress in the Sasha Village Autumn Trend fashion, in the middle Emma Louise Flood’s Frido Ballet girl and on the right Gillian’s Gotz No -navel in a vintage-sasha dress.
Catherine French’s Frido Dungaree girl looking neat and tidy in her very finely ‘knit by her mummy’ cardigan and three-quarter length socks.
Close up of her very pretty face!
His blue knits certainly enhance the colour of his eyes.
Two of Paula (Plum’s) Morton’s Gotz girls a 1960’s slate eyed girl and a 1990’s Esther toddler) looking after each other. (There are two more of their photos at the end of the post that I unfortunately missed putting in here.)
Facial close up and showing her trendy bobbed hair style.
Cathy Buckley Mellor’s 1960s Gotz Highlight eyed girl looking very smart in a vintage-sasha Retro styled outfit with JJ sandals.
I love this eye style. The headband worn is very ‘with it’ of this 60s era as I know as I wore my hair in the same way!
Chon took this ‘cheeky’ photo to remind me of the very short dresses and pinafores that I used to dress her in in her pre- school days…..(not to mention me at that time in my mini dresses and skirts!)
Loving the look of this re-root and the girl behind in her American Girl over-sized dungarees and Dollydoodle short sleeved hoodie. Three times I have now bought a pair of these dungarees for my dolls and three times I have then sold them on as not liking them actually on MY own dolls BUT still I hanker after yet another pair as I adore the look on other’s dolls!
Close up of her very pretty face and love the combination of the lighter brunette hair and blue eyes. (Thinking she is a Jackie Rhystrom re-root?) She belongs to Theresa O Neill.
Sorry I’m wrong again. Plum says that her mummy is Mary Birch. Thanks Plum.
Next up is one of my favourite of Steve Kingaby’s dolls. A very pretty Frido 1968 Fringe Ballet girl in a vintage-sasha coat and knitted beret (supporting Cancer research) and JJ sandals.
This was Sarah William’s very first attempt at making and designing her coat range. (I have her second one!)
Another doll that I would have loved to have taken home with me…… as is the Gregor below!
A very RARE and stunning Frido NP Gregor with his eyes painted by Sara Doggart. I was just a little too late to get him for myself BUT have first refusal on him should he ever be looking for a new Sasha home!
Loving his eye painting and how Steve has dressed him.
The third Frido NP doll that Steve brought with him is dressed in a OOAK vintage-sasha sailor themed outfit and teamed with JJ sandals..
I’m guessing that she must have originally been a Brown or Blue Cord girl. Her eye paint is stunning.
These last three photos were meant to have been included somewhere else in the post but had been overlooked at the time so am popping them in here rather than miss them out as they are well worth seeing and it’s way past my breakfast time. A really beautiful Frido NP who I think has been re-rooted by Jackie Rhydstrom. Not sure just who she belongs to but thinking maybe Emma Louise Flood?
Paula’s little Esther.
Loving this Gillian Nash socks and JJ shoes detail photo here on Paula’s doll shown below in the last photo!
Another close up of Paula’s doll’s face.
Again many thanks to my daughter for her time spent taking these delightful photos.
Still more to come (including more photos of Dee’s, Gillian’s, Karin’s, Dawn’s, Sarah P’s, Susan’s, Diane’s, Catherine’s and my dolls) plus a few more of the Village Street shop scenes, my sales purchases and Catherine’s Sasha car, so hopefully look forward to seeing you then.