Her work speaks for itself. Kim is a most talented doll maker. Her dolls are all hand sewn from mostly early antique fabrics, occasionally fabrics that look aged, but are newer. She also creates other original textile items including some extremely interesting amish cloth animals. These items are rag stuffed using 19th century snips of quilts with seeded cotton batting. Kim's meticulous attention to detail, her charming sense of old makes her a most welcome addition to our roster of American Artists & Artisans.
AAKS037 Tryphena an Early Looking Doll by Kim Sivak $139.
Her name is Tryphena but they call her Phoenie. She loves to sew samplers and always wears her little sewing pocket. She is completely hand stitched of all early fabric. Her skirt fabric was taken from the back of a 19th century quilt. She wears a simple cotton blouse and wears brown socks. She is stuffed with early cotton seed batting. She is tall, measuring 24 inches in length. She is a wonderful early looking doll. I know you will love her. $139. includes shipping.