Friday, April 20, 2018


I'm excited to say that I finished the dolls last night. I began working on these dolls quite awhile ago but they were set aside for other projects. It's so nice to complete this project. 

One little detail I knew I needed was some doll food. After all, Red Riding Hood couldn't go to Grandma's House empty handed. I used Fimo clay to make, or shall I say bake, bread to put in her basket. The photo is how it looks before it went into the oven.

The over dress laces up the front and the eyelets were hand stitched. 
I made her cape using red velvet and it's lined. 
Red Riding Hood Cloth Art Doll by Bethann Scott ©2018

 Here is the project complete with doll, wolf and background. 
Red Riding Hood and The Wolf by Bethann Scott ©2018

Miss Red Riding Hood
Red Ridng Hood Cloth Art Doll ~OOAK Art Doll~ by Bethann Scott ©2018 ~The Stitch Fiddler Dolls~


Chip Butter said...

So much work, but oh so worth it! Red Riding Hood is so beautiful and Wolf is quite handsome, actually! And, I love the background!

Mary Ann Tate said...

So much work and a very beautiful doll.

The Stitch Fiddler Bethann Scott said...

Thank-you Mary (Chip Butter), yes much work but very much worth it I think.

The Stitch Fiddler Bethann Scott said...

Thank-you Mary Ann.

Jan Conwell said...

They're both wonderful! I made a Red Riding Hood doll--and a basket of goodies too--what is it about these dolls that prompts us to make tiny food? :~P Beautiful work, Bethann.

Shashi Nayagam said...

Wow she is amazing. All the details are beautifully done. Sometimes its worth taking your time with them. I had one shelved for a time but just started again on her.

FlashinScissors said...

Hello Bethan, Just discovered your blog via Mary Ann’s blog. Wow, so much I love here! I have Fumo! Never thought of making food!
I made two teeny “rag” dolls, when I first started blogging, I can fully understand the enjoyment of making them!
I will be back to visit your lovely blog again.
Barbara xx

The Stitch Fiddler Bethann Scott said...

Hello to you too Barbara, glad you discovered my blog. It's always nice to meet another doll maker. I also made rag dolls when I first began blogging and gradually changed styles over time.
Thanks for your kind words and you're welcome back anytime.