I've spent the day packaging 11kg of wool fleece into smaller bags to make it easier to store and so that if the dreaded moths get into a bag of fleece their damage is limited. All my woollen yarns and stuffing have to be kept in plastic and also regularly checked so that the little beasties don't decimate my stash. I look at people's photos of their workrooms and studios and they have yarns beautifully displayed on their shelves and in baskets and all I can think is 'what about the moths!' I guess some climates don't have the same problems I do. I also spent quite a few hours finishing off this little dolls hair, so many curls.
I am planning a group of blonde haired dolls, something I have wanted to do for some time. I have some custom dolls to finish off and a pink haired doll almost ready for the shop, oh and my tall boy who needs some clothes. In the background though plans are happening for this new collection. Exciting! The little brown haired doll in the pictures is a custom girl who has been waiting too long for her clothes.