Here they are before I set to work on them (I had already made a vest for the one on the right).
The first is a 3 inch baby with a diamond mark and open/close eyes.
I do not know her maker. She is probably a mass produced doll from the 1960's.
The other one is 2.7 inches long and is clockwork and crawls when wound up. This is a really cute little doll. I had a bit of a job working out how to dress her so that she could still crawl. I am really pleased with the result, especially the frilly knickers.
The next job has to be making more Pud Bears. The holiday season should be starting shortly (if the snow and wind goes away), so the bear shops will be getting more customers and I have to be ready to restock when they sell some of my bears. Also, the craft fairs start in May and I like to take a few Pud Bears along as I have a few return customers who are bear collectors.
Hopefully I will be able to sit long enough to man a stall. If not my husband will help out as he has before, so that I can have a break. This darn arthritis and back problems make me so frustrated at times. I used to be an active person and now a short spell on my feet, or sitting in one position for too long, and that is me finished for the day - and probably the next one too.