Lord Perry Patterns
Historical Patterns & Specialized Patterns for Fashion Dolls

Adieu, Adios, and a regretful Goodbye
Geneva White
Sunday, December 10, 2017

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  1. Doll Show 2018
    06 Nov, 2017
    Doll Show 2018
    If I am looking a bit tired, it is because I am!  I thought I had every thing all ready for the set-up of the show, so I was not too worried about getting ready.  I actually have more dolls to show than I brought, so I really was not too hurried with a last minute rush to get a new pattern displayed.  Unfortunately, I forgot that I had moved the doll jewelry I had made in our jewelry class and I remembered this fact at 4:00 a.m.!! I simply could not remember where I had stored them, but I did
  2. Gettin' Ready
    31 Oct, 2017
    Gettin' Ready
    Lord Perry Patterns only has one doll show per year.  This year it will once again be held at Hacienda Gardens in Morgan Hill.  (about 10 miles south of San Jose). As noted in my last post, I am back to work again on the "Six wives of King Henry VIII".  I am still working on the prototypes of the last two Catherines, both of which I should soon complete. (Four different view of these two last queens of the randy Henry VIII!).  The good news is that I have procrastinated because I have also been
  3. Back to Work.........
    08 Oct, 2017
    Back to Work.........
    Well, summer is now over and it is time to get back to work.   I am having my annual doll display at our community holiday boutique on behalf of charity on November 4th where I will be selling some of my Lord Perry Ladies, and of course, my patterns.  Anyone in the San Jose, California area is welcome to attend.  We will have custom made jewelry, holiday cards, quilts, holiday accessories, home made bakery goodies, etc., etc.  I no longer "do" doll shows, so this is the only personal display