I always loved Raggedy Ann, not the ones sold in modern Day stores, but the one created by John Gruelle for his daughter which a few years later was introduced to the public in 1918. See the first picture. I just love her!!! I just had to make my own, and hopefully, try to make it look like his. Sewing by machine is not my forte, but I decided to tackle it anyway.
Just to explain why I don’t have pictures for everything, I do remember now that they were all in my old laptop which I dropped and now I can’t get the pictures out of it anymore. The file I got the above from was just a temp file that I thankfully didn’t erase, else I might not have any pictures to put here, at all.
Now and then I try it. Once it came on but the casing got red hot within seconds; I thought it was gonna blow up! So I shut it down immediately. It is the absolute worse feeling when you lose all that info like that. I now keep a 500 gig exterior drive attached to my new desk top computer and I put all my major files and pics there. Thanks for stopping by and expressing your concern!