Oh, we love her so much. The quality of this doll is so impressive. Mimi has in spades what my old graphic design professor, Barbara Yale-Read, reverently termed as "good craft". Meaning that great care is taken to execute the idea in as careful and neat a way as possible.
Me and the girls oohed and ahhed over her as I unpacked her. We had to undress her and look at all her little clothes. All the wooly and lawny fabrics are so rich in color and the finishing is so neatly done. Then we looked in her little purse at the secret treasure that was hidden in there. Then we carefully dressed her all back up and she is now on display in my family room behind glass. I get a big shot of happy each time I walk by and see her in there with my other handmade dolls.
blog or shop, treat yourself to a look. She also has a fabulous free doll tutorial on the Purl Bee that's been on my to do list for such a long while.