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Sunday, 23 October 2016

Chat n Snap 2016 - part 2

The Scouting and Guiding Jamboree wasn't the only display of Sasha and Gregor dolls at the Chat 'n Snap.  Plenty of dolls had come along to enjoy the fun and were put on tables around the sides of the hall.  I went round a couple of times to take photos as the displays grew, they were fluid through the day as people showed off their dolls to their friends and rearranged them a bit in the process.
Two blond toddlers and red haired girls
A pretty little Iona Gotz toddler girl wearing a ra ra skirt outfit
Toddler twins - one pair of only two Trendon prototype toddlers
Red haired girls in hand made white dresses, and friends
Jocelyn's two dolls (left in Emma Flood outfits) with a Red haired Gotz and a course doll
Two beautifully dressed Trendon girls
A Trendon boy in a wonderful Christmas sweater and a Trendon girl with her attractive beret and cardigan
Some gorgeous red haired girls
Dawn's lovely pram she restored this year
Reuben, Trendon Elliott, Melanie and Edmund brought some of the Summer Music Festival to the Chat 'n Snap
Three of our babies Nina, Daisy and Amy babble to each other while Florence (wearing the lovely Emma Flood outfit I bought at the Sasha Celebration) dreams as she listens to the music from the Summer Festival.  Beside our babies is the soft bodied baby made by Janet for Tricia
Caleb and Cora playing it cool on their motorbike!
A well behaved group of toddlers and babies with the older Sasha and Gregor dolls
A baby with a glove puppet entertains the other babies and toddlers
This collection of Muller Wichtel dolls was brought together for the day by those who collect them as well as Sasha
A doll made by Theresa using a course doll pattern and baby rerooted by Theresa with soft body by Janet joined the display
The Trendon toddler twins were joined by the only other pair of Trendon toddlers, a baby and a puppy
This was the dolls for sale table where anyone could put their doll for sale if they made a small donation to the charity pot
Three lovely Trendon dolls pose in the window, I managed to capture them on camera with the light behind them
Gayle's beautiful re-rooted Cora
Close up of Gayle's re-rooted Cora
Teddy had brought his lovely jointed wooden doll
Close up of the face of Teddy's wooden doll.  She is a bit bigger than Sasha serie dolls and wears Magic Attic and American Girl doll clothes.
Some Sasha children stood behind the motorcycle
This Gotz girl wears a lovely coat and hat set
This Trendon girl likes elephants
Three gorgeous early Trendons
The three gorgeous early Trendons are joined by another lovely early Trendon and a Gotz Claudius toddler
It is impossible to stop the toddlers and babies crawling and playing around and a Mexican copy of Sasha has crept into the lineup
A wonderful Studio girl
close up of the wonderful Studio girl
When eating our lunch and during the afternoon we sat at a table near our dolls and chatted with various people.  I brought out my Heather Maciak dolls - Jenny and Lexie wearing their knitted sweaters and my new Heather Maciak UFDC 2016 Convention souvenir doll Emily and journal which I bought recently via ebay.  Heather had told me all about the making of this doll and her companion doll when we met last year in Vancouver.  Teddy and I had an animated discussion about our Jenny and Lexie dolls and Dee showed me the two she had very recently purchased, inspired partly by my blog posts on them.  My daughter and I also made friends with Joanne who was crocheting a dress for her Sasha baby.  My girl sat stitching her first Cross Stitch kit (and finished it during the afternoon) and I knitted a few rows of a sweater for Emily my newest doll so it became a bit of a working crafts table for the afternoon.  I later saw Diane D knitting at another table as well.


SimplySasha said...

Some fantastic dolls went yesterday and how beautifully dressed they all are!

treefrogdemon said...

I saw Judith knitting at one point - it must be catching! - Jocelyn

Serenata said...

Sounds like you had a lovely time, nice to see all the different dolls in attendance and great that you were able to get some crafting in.

Anonymous said...

Lovely photos of a lovely day xx

Anonymous said...

Lovely photos of a lovely day xx

Ginger said...

Thank you DollMum for posting these photos. It is so nice to see the dolls brought to the CnS and how lovely they are dressed. :) xxoo

Dee said...

Great photos of all the attending dolls, there were a few doing a little craft work while it was quieter in the afternoon.
It was a nice calm day :)

Kendal said...

I really enjoyed seeing all the visiting dolls. It's great to see the variety of the actual dolls and the way their owners enjoy dressing them.
Looks like everyone had a wonderful time chatting and buying.
Pleased to see that later on when things had settled and folks fed that there were no idle crafting hands!