Certain parts were a bit fiddly, particularly the hair and the neck joints but I changed things slightly in the second doll to avoid any annoying stitching.
I do have to make a confession though. Not all of the doll is made by me! Shock horror! The little shoes are actually knitted by my dear old Nan. She makes hoards of them and gives them to the great grandchildren, friends and to a charity shop. Even I have some! She made some tiny baby ones and because I had given the doll big mahooosive feet I thought that the bootees would fit perfectly. And they did!
So handmade, yes they are, by me, errrrrrr no. I can't even cast on, so to make something like them would be a miracle.
Back to the swap, there are only a few swappers left now that are to finish. I have opened a Flickr account and uploaded all the finished photos to it. When all the dolls are done I will somehow figure out how to put a little Flickr thing on here.
Note, Mr Flickr if your reading this, can you please make that website easier to use. It doesn't make much sense to me and it leaves me wanting to cry after I have been on it.
Hopefully tomorrow I will be able to show sneaky pics of my toadstool for the swap. It could still be WIP but I hope it will be complete.