Thursday, March 5, 2009

International Entourage

Remember that little Swedish flicka I made a few months ago? Well, now she's got an international entourage of friends. I couldn't help myself! Through a boutique at a work conference last month, several of my girls sold - so I was pleasantly surprised. Here's the lineup:

I'll spare you all the pictures, but here are some head shots. Alaska, Congo, Sweden, Norway, Korea, and Colombia. I've got a Dutch girl in the works, but I'm a little stuck on her hat. Oh yeah, and I can't forget India... I so need more time in the day.

25 comments:

Sarah Pead said...

love these! they have such personality.

Dana said...

are they for sale??

Amy and Andrew said...

Korea is my fave! Sweetie.

Sarah said...

Dana,
Yeah, I need to get an Etsy store and sell them. I've got to get on that, pronto!

Always Inspire said...

Oh, gosh you're so talented! They are too cute!
And yes! I'm impatiently awaiting your esty shoppe, can't wait to see everything!
I received my Amy Butler Little Stitches book today!! I love all of the projects, will have to place a fabric order soon!
Julie

Elizabeth said...

Awesome! I just love these.

Sara said...

Too cute! I love them. Are they for sale? how much?? Inquiring minds want to know!

Linnea (Johnson) Bergstrom said...

These are absolutely adorable!

Marta said...

So cute, Sarah! Nice work.

amylouwho said...

These are so sweet! I just love them!

Melissa said...

Can't wait for a flamenco-dancing Spanish senorita to make her debut! ;)

Ann-Marie said...

Sarah, these are incredible. What are you charging? I have four little Swedish nieces . . . And yes, ETSY!

Jessica said...

i love those little girls!! i actually prefer putting all twenty together for their class photo :) love them!!

The Lindahl News said...

You did it again!!!!

Heath and Thais said...

These are too cute. I love the outfit for the one from Congo.

Lukas McKnight said...

So CUTE! Do you make little boys too?

Tawn Gruber Bensink said...

Considered making a little dutch boy? I'd be in the market for one!! Let me know...

belle5683 said...

I might also be in the market for a little native american girl for a friend. Just love these!

Dave B. said...

The Finns are going to be pissed you left them out...just sayin...

Alexis said...

I love them! You are really talented!

Adina said...

Sara, I think by mistake I may have flagged your blog as having "objectionable content" whatever that means. If that's the case, I apologize sincerely. The problem is that the "flag" button offered by blogspot is right at the top of the page next to the top bar. I went to click ON my bar and I think I pressed the mouse button a bit to early.
If that's the case, I'm sorry. Please let me know if there's anything I can do to rectify this.
Adina

Karen said...

So stinkin' cute! I do need to get one of these. hummm...maybe an Irish Lass?

Rachel said...

These are so adorable Sarah! We love our little Swedish girl. You are so talented.

scrapworking said...

Cute! Are these from the Black Apple doll patterns that were on Martha Stewart a while ago? Love your international roundup! I'm making a bunch from this pattern to donate to an orphanage in Haiti.

Sarah said...

Well, their head is a little similar to that pattern, but their arms and bodies are different. The Black Apple Doll did give me the idea though!