Spirit of Christmas Past
She is standing on one leg with the other pointed out behind her. This picture looks like she has one leg!!!!
Here is a side view.
The other leg is somewhat visible.
In this class I learned to use a wire armature which makes the arms and legs more pose-able. Normally I stuff my dolls firm enough I don't need the wire support, however, they only hold one pose. I thought it was difficult to insert the wire into the body the way it was stitched. Also had to be careful to stuff around the wire so it didn't show.
The second lesson that I learned was using a large upholstery needle instead of a dowel to mount her to her stand. The drawback is that she is not firmly attached. She spins around. This method would not work for a show doll. When I use a dowel in the leg the doll is fairly secure in her mounting. However, I haven't gotten a really nice finish to the leg stuffing the few times I have tried the dowel. More practice!!!
I used the pre-glittered tulle by the roll. I think I used a bit too much tulle but am happy with her anyway. I do have glitter EVERYWHERE in my house!