New Creations…

March 19th, 2010

Presenting, my take on Mr Darcy from Pride & Prejudice…

His costume was fun to recreate… it involved lots of patience, lots of hand dying, lots of hand sewing and I am really pleased with the results.

Getting the shape of his hat correct was a little tricky, but I think its quite a convincing shape, I hope his new owner agrees.

If you look carefully, you can see Mr D’s riding crop tucked neatly under his arm… I think it completes his ensemble, my good friend Vicky of NJD made it for me as a special commission and its absolutely perfect!

I was asked by the same client to create a Regency soldier.

Using various reference books on the battle of Waterloo 1815, I was able to recreate a costume of the time.

Adding all of the fringing and gold trim made it a challenging costume, but I love nothing more than a challenge.

The sword and scabbard were made by the very talented Terence Stringer and his web site can be found here.

I really hope you enjoyed looking at the pictures of my dolls… I certainly enjoyed creating them!

If you have any questions regarding ordering or availability of my dolls please do not hesitate to contact me at or through my web site, by clicking here

Lisa x

“Few are those who see with their own eyes
And feel with their own hearts.”
~ Albert Einstein ~

21 responses to “New Creations…”

  1. julia says:

    Lisa, unos trabajos realmente perfectos. Felicidades.

    Lisa, a really perfect work. Congratulations.

  2. rosanna says:

    Thank you for following. Tonight I watched at Pride and predjudice and mr Darcy wasnot as handsome as your own. I’m in awe. The soldier could make a perfect Mr Wickam.I shall eagerly wait for new dolls. Thank you again Rosanna

  3. Terry says:

    Mr Darcy is for me,
    a gentleman he looks to be,
    the clothes he wears are made by hand,
    and are the finest in the land,
    perhaps one day he will stand near
    a pretty one who’ll love him dear!

    A poet I am not but maybe I have hit the spot! TerryX

  4. Love'n Light says:

    Job well done Lisa!

    Looks great!

    LL Nat :~)

  5. Lisa says:

    Dear Terry….

    Thank you so much for taking the time to write such a lovely poem… it made me smile this morning! You have many secret talents!!

    Hugs, Lisa x x x

  6. Lisa says:

    Thank you Nat!!

    Mini Hugs, Lisa x

  7. Lisa says:

    Morning Rosanna,

    Thank you for saying My Darcy is more handsome than the real Mr D… what a compliment 🙂
    Yes, I guess the soldier could be Mr Whickham too… well spotted!

    Mini Hugs, Lisa x

  8. Lisa says:

    Ohh Julia,

    Thank you so much!

    Mini Hugs, Lisa x

  9. The Old Maid says:

    Very handsome men! And what a beautiful clothes! Superb job Lisa!

  10. Hi Ewa,

    Thank you so much! I am beaming with delight 🙂

    Mini Hugs, Lisa x

  11. Oh, Mr Darcy!!!! Love him 😀

  12. Lisa says:

    Thank You Johanna 🙂

    I would like to become a follower on your blog, but can’t work out how to do that… sorry!

    Mini Hugs, Lisa x

  13. Anthoula says:

    Lisa, you did a fantastic job! 😉

  14. Thank You Anthoula… xxx

  15. Maia says:

    Thank you for following my blog!
    I just spent some time on yours admiring your beautiful dolls! I love their expressions, so full of life… Mr Darcy is indeed very handsome. 🙂

  16. xisca says:

    enhorabuena!!!! perfectos!!! me gustan mucho tus personajes, son de un realismo impresionante , maravillosos

    Congratulations! perfect! I really like your characters, are a stunning realism, beautiful

  17. Maia,

    You have a lovely blog, which I visit often. Thank you for your kind comments about my Mr Darcy 🙂

    Mini Hugs, Lisa x

  18. Dear Xisca,

    Thank you for your lovely comments about dolls… I am beaming!

    Mini Hugs, Lisa x

  19. elfi cella says:

    très beau travail.. fait avec une grande minutie..
    le résultat est là!

    very nice work .. done with great detail ..
    the result is here!

  20. Lisa says:

    Dear Elfi Cella,

    Thank you for stopping by, and thank you for your lovely comments about my dolls 🙂

    Hugs, Lisa x

  21. […] In the morning room Mr Darcy stands in the entrance while Mr Wickham stands by the fire. At the back of the room sat at an exquisite table by David Poole is Mary Bennet sketching which is her favourite past time, meanwhile Jane Bennett peeps over her book pretending not to pay too much attention to the arrival of Mr Darcy. You can read more about Mary here… And, you can read more about Mr Darcy and Wickham here… […]

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