Lovely Sasha Dolls

image The day we went outdoors to play in the snow, I took a few photos of Sarah and Hazel up close.   I thought I would post them today.  Hazel is wearing a wonderful coat made by Karen Warnaka.  Her fabulous hat was knitted by Ellen Church. They came with Hazel when I adopted her. 🙂

There is also a Trendon girl at the end to see for anyone that may prefer the English manufactured dolls. 😉 image Sarah is the blue eyed Sasha that I adopted from Shelly’s site.  Sweet Hazel is the brown eyed girl that I adopted from Ellen Church. ❤ image These dear girls are certainly growing on me and each time I dress and redress them, I grow fonder of their personalities. 🙂 image Sarah. 🙂 image Sarah’s sweater and hat were made by Mary Anne Getchell and found on Etsy. image Sarah is a bit of a waif. She has been played with, a lot, and her hair is dry in places and her fringe is in the process of being retrained. 🙂 image Sarah up close. ❤ image Hazel, a Gotz no navel with wonderful silky hair. 🙂 image The maker of Hazel’s outfit is unknown. Her nice suede boots were made by Jean Jensen. 🙂 image Hazel up close. 🙂 image Hazel in a full view. image Hazel up close again. 🙂 image This is a Shelly repaint of a 1980’s Trendon girl. I love her pretty eyes! ❤ image I named her Nancy.  She is wearing a Ruthsdolls outfit. 🙂 image Nancy has beautiful, non-falling hair. 🙂 image A last photo of the lovely Nancy.  Thank you for visiting us on the farm.  I hope you enjoyed this post.  Have a beautiful weekend and week to come! 🙂 xxx

10 thoughts on “Lovely Sasha Dolls

  1. What lovely No Navel girls Ginger. Sarah and Hazel are so sweet. These no navels do have a way of making you warm to them 🙂
    Like Sarah one or two do have the odd wayward fringe that need a little taming!
    Your Shelly repaint Nancy is very sweet and looks lovely in her Pink Ruth Hartley outfit.
    Thanks for sharing 🙂 xx

    • Thank you Dee! I did not think I would want a no navel doll at one time but I started to appreciate them after seeing Ellen’s and Kendal’s photos of them. Then I saw one in person and I sort of connected at that time! Following that, I really thought I should collect one or two after seeing your dolls and the photos you shared of Gill’s dolls too. So, I am a work in progress with appreciation of the no navel girls and I am growing to love them more and more. So nice to collect Sashas! 🙂 xxx

  2. Personally I like BOTH the English and German Sasha dolls alike…..not like some contrary folks whose name we’ll not mention!
    I particularly like Hazel’s hair/eye colour combination and can never really understand why the Frido/tTendon Factory didn’t produce any dolls like this. The only reason that I can think of is the fact that we are known more for our fair hair and blue eyes.
    I really love the beige jumper and trousers on Hazel as it is the perfect colouring for her.
    The multi-coloured knits suit Sarah and beautifully enhance her eyes .
    I well remember Nancy being for sale on Sashadolluk,. She looks really pretty in her Ruthsdoll’s peach coloured outfit.

    • Hi Kendal and I, having just left your fab Mothering Day post, hope that you are having a great day!

      Thank you for the lovely comments above about the two no navel girls. I agree that Hazel’s coloring is wonderful and she really looks warm and pretty in the beige colors. The dear Sarah is much better suited for the multi-colored outfits. I just love being hands-on and dressing these girls!

      Nancy is very prized and my only Shelly repaint. I just love her eyes! I am happy you enjoyed this post! 🙂 xxx

  3. Three lovely girls to see today Ginger, I love your two No Navels, they’re very different from one another, both gorgeous though. And so nicely dressed too 🙂
    I also like your Shelly painted Trendon girl, I love her eyes, Shelly paints such pretty eyes, doesn’t she? I have my one girl who has Shelly eyes and it made such a difference getting them repainted, Shelly just brings them alive!
    I hope you have a lovely Sunday 🙂
    Big hugs Sharon xxx

    • Hello Sharon and thank you for the lovely comments! I am glad you liked seeing the no navel girls. Since your recent trade of your no navel Sasha for the ever so precious Teddy the toddler, I have had a secret hope that you will find a no navel one day that will truly win your heart! ❤

      Shelly's repaints are fantastic! I marvel at her talent and how she is able to give each doll their own "look". Thank you too for the lovely wishes for today. I wish you the same and send you big hugs! ❤ XXX

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