This lovely B-II Sasha studio doll is named Suzanne. Suzanne recently arrived and I am thrilled to have her here at Sasha Shangri-La. ❤
Suzanne’s gingham outfit is original to her. 😊
Hidden behind her pinafore is beautiful smocking.
Smocking also on the back of her dress.
Her Sasha label along the back hemline. I turned the hem up to take the photo which is why you see the smocking.
Turning back the clock to last October, I first met Suzanne at Dorisanne ‘s lovely home when Janet and I paid a visit. You might remember that I adopted Bertie Karli from Dorisanne at that time. Bertie is a molded head boy that captured my heart. I brought Bertie home then but Dorisanne kindly accepted a layaway for Suzanne. This photo shows us together admiring the dolls. It was such a happy visit. ❤
Suzanne has a nice mohair bear friend to keep her company.
Suzanne is in excellent condition. She was made in the early 1950’s. We are both 1950’s girls. 😉
What s pretty girl. Her smocking is shown on page 82 of the Sasha Clothing and Patterns book. See below.
A wonderful book authored by Ann Chandler, Susanna Lewis, and Anne Votaw. 😊
I took a couple of close-up photos to show her eye painting.
Suzanne and I thank you for visiting with us today. We hope you enjoyed this post. We wish you a blessed week to come. 😊 xxx
Note: A few Waterlogue images to enjoy.