Thursday, September 5, 2013

Dollmakers on Thursday: Natasha Morgan.

lives and works in Wales
and creates dolls
with very distinctive faces
and beautifully constructed clothes.

Distinctive faces?

There's no mistaking her style.


Here is a stack of WIP dolls.


Here is The Seamstress
complete with feathered hair.


Beautiful clothes?

Outfits are carefully constructed
with correct undergarments
and historical detail.


Wonderfully authentic crinoline.


Natasha's  gorgeous Mina Harker.

I've loved these dolls  from the
 first time I saw them on the internet
and thought what a distinctive look they had,
refreshing and new.

And now I have one of my own!

Natasha put some
 little peg dolls
and one was an 
Alice White Rabbit doll.


I know, right?
So I bought her!

This is her 
Deboxing!
(Yes, that's a word.)


Oooh! A parcel!
All bedded in soft patterned
tissue paper.


Look at the pretty wrapping
and the lace!

The printed page
'Structure of the Heart'
will go on the wall
in Hubby's 
Steampunk Study



Here she is.

Isn't she wonderful?


Having tea with my bunny
 by Cynthia Toy of



I an so thrilled with this sweet little doll.

To see more of Natasha's dolls

And if you like her peg dolls

14 comments:

  1. Thank you so much. It's wonderful to see photos of my little doll in her new home :)
    Xxx

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    1. My pleasure! I has such fun opening the box with all that pretty tissue paper and lace and text. She's a delight and she looks very happy in the dolls house.

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    1. Thank you, Patri! I love Natasha's creations.

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  3. SUch fun dolls full of character ! You doll makers are such a clever bunch !

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    1. It's been one of the most enjoyable aspects of this blog for me; finding new dollmakers and the wonderful things they can do.I'm glad you enjoy it. :)

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  4. Awww, I have to say Natasha outdid herself with the wrapping, what a lovely gift to receive :o)

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    1. isn't it cute? The page from the book is just perfect, the lace is so sweet, I'm going to use it on my next doll and the tissue paper is just wonderful. It's really nice to open something that looks like a gift.

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  5. love these dolls! so unique!!
    i love the one you got..and ,yes..lovely wrapping!!

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    1. Thank you, Ann! They are lovely, aren't they?

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  6. Wow! Never seen such dolls :) They are so unique!

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    1. Aren't they unusual? They're beautifully made and the clothes are so wonderful.

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  7. I might have to treat myself! So cute and so different! Thanks so much for sharing!!! Thinking a birthday treat for me ;o) After all, my birthday month ;o) LOL!

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    1. You should! The peg dolls are wonderful!

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Thank you all for the wonderful and supportive things you say! I'm thrilled to read them and I reply to each one.