She sits on her settle bench in our living room. I also made a tiny quilt for a doll that she had, but my dog ate her. Yes, my dog ate my dollie's doll. :) It was quite upsetting as the tiny doll (about 2" tall) was just so small and cute (and quite difficult to make!). The larger doll has little black boots with buttons that are painted on and I painted her face as well.
This is not my design. (I'm not that clever!) She came from a kit set. Once I can get back upstairs and shuffle through my boxes, I'll let you know where her design came from. My daughter loves to dress her, and is tries to be careful. T knows that she is momma's special doll. I found that the hardest part was sewing the tiny seam allowances. It helped me become familiar with my sewing machine and all it's special features. The settle bench and the pillow on it were another kit from the same very talented lady. I do have some more dresses to make, but the sewing machine is put away until all the little fingers learn to stay out of the way. Her hair is mohair and so soft. It is getting a bit fuzzy from all the love from my daughter, but her black Amish bonnet covers it nicely.