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Phillis is hand-carved from linden
has a wood, she
one-piece carved wooden head and torso, fully jointed.
I made her clothing from antique fabrics. Her
clothing is quite lovely! She comes with her cotton nightgown,
one hip pad that will help her skirt hang and drape nicely, French cotton tambour embroidered bonnet and apron with delicate and wide ribbon ties, cloth pocket, quilted skirt, jumps, wool socks, stockings and shoes.
Her "jumps with sleeves" are inspired on one of the fabulous garments that the Victoria & Albert Museum holds in exhibition. It is made from a vintage green brocade textile in a lovely green color.
My definition of "jumps" is a sort of loose "stay" partially or without boning at all. It became popular by 1740's and commonly used for women that prefer to wear them as a healthier alternative, instead to stays.
Phillis has beautiful and delicate hands.
This late18th century textile that I used for making her cloth pocket is fine linen embroidered with silk threads.( ca. 1780- 1820, Hertfordshire, UK)
She is wearing an antique hip pad that helps her skirt hang and drape beautifully.
All of her clothing is removable. Here is Phillis with her cotton nightgown and French cotton tambour embroidered bonnet in off-white shade.
Beautiful example of 18th century English quilted textile. It dates from around 1880. The gorgeous floral pattern was block printed onto the fabric. The colors are stunning!
Her apron is made from a French
embroidered net lace, 1920's ca.
Phillis is wearing antique cotton stockings and garters, in a lovely red color. These contrast nicely with all of her clothing. Her shoes are made from the same English textile I used to make the cloth pocket.