Cover Image Property of IFDM
Spring 2002:Vol.#1:Issue#1
TABLE OF CONTENTS

  • COVER
    • Madison
           by Theresa LoBue
  • CONTENTS
    • Ryan, Modern Artist Doll
           by Theresa Lobue
    • Buster, Modern Artist Doll
           by Theresa Lobue
    • Enchanted Museum
           by Joyce Robbins
    • New Bellissimo Video, Vol. Two
           by
    • Bru Jne 11, Antique Reproduction
           by Judith Moore
    • Dollmaking Goes Hollywood
           by Debra Anderson & Jane Lindsay
    • Victoria & Dominique, Modern Doll Interpretations
           by Sofia Augousti
    • Jamaica, Modern Doll Interpretation
           by Linda Moen
    • Sheri, Modern Artist Doll
           by Rachel Jane Cold
    • Madison, Modern Artist Doll
           by Theresa LoBue
    • Julia, Modern Doll Interpretation
           by Monica Reo
    • Debbie, Figurine Interpretation
           by Jean Wisdom
    • Lil' Tots, Modern Doll Interpretation
           by Penny Mumford
    • Pullout Pattern: Uncle Sam's Hat
           by Darlene Lane
    • Pullout Pattern: Bru Jne 11
           by Judith Moore
  • DEPARTMENTS
    • Member Specials
    • International News
    • Bellissimo Technical Page
    • Fashion Plate: Historical Costuming
           by Pat Allen
    • Studio Profile: Creations Unlimited
    • Member Spotlight: Juan Marrero
    • IFDM Academy of Art Graduates
    • Dollyscopes
           Horoscopes tailored exclusively for doll makers

Magazine Title: Doll Maker
Editor: Spring 2002 - ???: ;
Publication Frequency: Quarterly
Began Publication: Spring 2002
Ended Publication: Unknown
Published by: International Foundation of Doll Makers, Lawrenceville, GA
Average Page Count: 54, first issue
Magazine Dimensions(ht. x w.): 11" x 8 1/2"
ISSN: Unknown

NOTE: ALL COVER IMAGES THIS PAGE ARE PROPERTY OF
PUBLISHER, but scanned from my private collection.

SUMMARY: This was an inhouse publication for a professional organization of porcelain dollmakers and Bell Ceramics. Their projects used Bell Ceramics molds and supplies. I ran across the premiere issue, so I'm throwing it up here just to let people know this quarterly existed.

Anyone with more information about this publication, or has issues to donate or sell, can contact me through My Contact Page.



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