I thought I would share photos of the blonde boys that call Sasha Shangri-La their home. This tiny boy is Joey a 1970’s PJ boy. He is wearing a gorgeous sweater and hat wonderfully made by Diane Duke. I love the colors and pattern. I am not certain about the maker of his trousers. His brown leather boots are made by Ruthsdolls. ❤
Next is a new blonde boy that came in his tube and blue denims outfit minus his sandals. I have not cleaned him yet but I think he is a handsome boy. I added this wonderful red cardigan knitted by Diane Duke and the red leather boots made by Jean Jensen.
Here is Ryder, a Gotz straight nosed boy from the 1960’s. He is most certainly a blonde and so was happy to join in the counting of blonde boys. He is wearing a gorgeous knitted mini sweater and hat that is based on Kaffe Fassett’s popular Persian Poppy sweater. It was expertly knitted by Diane Duke. I love this woolen creation and its intricate design very much! His jeans were made by Millie Dingham. ❤
The last, but certainly not least, blonde boy is Finn, a 1967 NP. He is wearing a lovely hat and matching sweater jacket that I was lucky to win as a helper at the festival last summer. The maker is unknown. His pup Fetch rarely leaves his side. 🙂
I wanted to point out in this photo the size of little Joey on the right. You can see how petite he is next to his new brother that was made in 1970. I think Joey was made later in the 1970’s and his stringing is white but replaced. How interesting they are to see side by side. 🙂
“Mummy, please let me stay here with the boys. I do not have blonde hair and I do not have brunette hair and my hair is not red, so where do I fit in?” (I bought Erik last month from a dear friend. I have no boy toddler clothes for him to wear and so he remains in his cute original outfit). I asked little Erik, “What color is your hair little one?”