Lena looks wistful because she wonders if she turned Prince Fergus into a frog before the love potion had time to work. Now he's an angry frog who just might become besotted with her if that potion kicks in. Ah, what to do? Lena is 20" tall without her hat and 23" wearing it. The frog prince is 3" tall in his crown. She can sit or be hung on a wall or door. The printed face is in the pattern section so you can trace or print it on fabric. There are directions for making the yarn curls and sewing them on. Her hat does fit but I chose to take the picture with her holding it so the curls could be seen. The hands have stitched fingers and I include directions on how to paint fingernails if wanted. I have wired them up to the elbow. The arms are black fabric to the wrist where muslin is sewn for the hands. The lower arms are wrapped in ribbon. Her legs are gathered at the knees so they can bend. They aren't wired. Instead of shoes, there are directions for wrapping the feet in ribbon and adding beads. Her clothing includes: pantaloons, 2 layers of tulle, the pink skirt, the over-skirt, her sleeves, the bodice, a ribbon neck ruffle, and the hat. The hat is made from felt and has interfacing in the brim. The overskirt is lined only at the front to allow for it to be folded back. The frog, Prince Fergus, wears a ribbon neck ruffle and a glittered felt crown. His legs are sewn separately and attached. They are wired with chenille stems. The eyes have eyelids that are glued in place over the black beads. His mouth and nose are drawn. Two spells are included in the patterns so the customer won't have to write them. They are just bits of whimsy I came up with but add to the character of the doll.
I've been designing patterns since the 1980's and have had many printed in various craft magazines. Not all of my patterns have been turned into PDF so I hope you'll have a look at my web site to see the rest of them.
A note about my PDF patterns. They are different from the printed ones I sell. Some pictures and drawings were removed to make the pdf sizes smaller. They are also writen differently. I used word for the pdfs and publisher for my regular printed patterns.