June Show & Tell

 We're going to start off with pictures of this month's door prize, made by Carlyn. He's utterly charming and everybody wished they had won!

Then we have several variations of the doll Linda Misa taught in the recent workshop.

By Doreen:

By Kathy:

By Janice:

By Lisa:

A cute wooden ornament Lisa made using her husband's picture.

Connie's "Shelf Sleeper" made from a Barbara Schoenoff pattern.

And darn it, we'll end our post with Kathy's creation, affectionately known in doll circles as a "Da##it Doll."

Happy Creating, Everyone!


New Name

The Tulsa Dolling Dames would like to announce that we have voted to formally change our name. We are now Tulsa Association of Doll Artists -  TADA.

The club wanted to find a name that more effectively conveyed our creations as work of art, designating us as Artists. 

Additionally, we wanted to be sure that our name conveyed inclusiveness. We have been blessed over the years by member of Jack Chowning who is a unique and valuable member of our group.

Laurie Hutchison, President


May 2017 Show & Tell

 Happy May!

Pam's fairy was the door prize this month. Beautiful, as always.

Spring, babies, bunnies - it all goes together.

An awesome set of wall art a guest brought for Show & Tell.

This group participated in the Spring Library Display. Now they're ready to go home.

Carlyn presented a program on how various materials can be used to wig your doll.



Shredded organza.

Even curly ribbon!


February/March Show&Tell

Greetings! So sorry to be late to the party this year. We didn't have Show & Tell at our January meeting and didn't get the February pictures up. Here we are with March half over already! So without further adieu (or excuses) here are Show & Tell pix from both February and March...

I believe this is Shari's creation:

Forgive me, but I couldn't resist getting artsy in processing the next group of pix (corset & armature by Carlyn)

Sweet elf by Shauna:

Kathy's finished quilt.

And here are the March offerings...

A pin cushion doll which was a free pattern in a magazine. Shari demonstrated how to make it.

Laurie's spring beauty! She modified Barbara Schoenoff's "Temple Dancer" pattern.

Shari's fairy made with a Paula McGee pattern.

Doreen's curious girl.

And a sassy, stylish redhead, also by Doreen.

We have a display case at the Hardesty Library. Stop by to see these cuties and more!
See you in April.