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More Inspired Artists

To me, artistry is not confined to paper, canvas or clay. Margie Herrera and Sue Uhlherr are very talented designers and seamstresses. 

Margie created the outfit for my Lenci Zulema, basing it on photos of the Lenci catalog and photos of other Zulema dolls found on the Internet. She's also made replacements for missing pieces of clothing on another Lenci I once had. Since the doll's outfit was faded, I needed the blue vest-like overskirt to look faded as well, and Margie did a great job finding just the right shade to match the original faded dress.

 Sue made a jacket and cigarette for this male Apache smoker. All I had to do was send her his measurements. 

Both ladies are talented artists!


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