Host Larraine

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The Sponsors

The Scorecard

Challenge Scores

Challenge One

Challenge Two

Challenge Three

Challenge Four

Challenge Five

Challenge Six

Photo Challenge

Designer's Pages

The Rules

CDDC Yahoo Group

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Judges Criteria

CDDC Archives

 

"They say that all good things must end some day. Autumn leaves must fall. But don't you know that it hurts me so to say goodbye to you. Wish you didn't have to go, no, no, no, no"

As Chad & Jeremy sang in 1964 in A Summer Song, all good things must end and so ends CDDC. After 4 very successful seasons, unfortunately the response to CDDC5 was not great.

So we say goodbye to CDDC for now with a recap of those four fabulous seasons.

Your Host Larraine


Season 1

The first CDDC took place from September, 2009 to January, 2010.

The first designers to compete were:

Aly Greaves Jen Eugley
Amy Nardone Joey Versaw
Anita Stoklosa Kathrin Eseryel
Breck Sullivan-Carpenter Kelly Uphold
Cassandra Coleman Lori Lyon
Cheryl Sorenson Louisham Osman
Dal Lowenbein Meg Hunt
Deborah Evans Pauline Lyngard
Deborah Robertson Peggy Burney
Denise Beaudin Sandra Walker
Dot Festeu Sylvia Christianson
Durelle Brown Vickie Snead
Emilia Nieminen Vicky Lujan
Fay Popejoy Wanda Kinnie

The Challenges and Judges were:

Challenge 1 Make Mine Mod David Buttry
Challenge 2 Put Your Best Foot Forward Joe Tai
Challenge 3 Embellished Magalie Dawson
Challenge 4 On the Fashion Edge Rob Thompson
Challenge 5 On the Red Carpet Jim Faraone
Challenge 6 Inspired by Audrey Randall Craig
Challenge 7 Mad WoMEN Steven Fraser
Challenge 8 Around the World in One Fashion! Rudi Teruel

Our Grand Prize Winner of the First CDDC: Emilia Nieminen.

Our Grand Prize: Emilia's designs will be featured in an upcoming issue of FDQ Magazine. From Tonner Doll Co., Tonner Direct Exclusive and from Integrity Toys, a Convention exclusive. From Couture Doll Shops a six month rent free shop on Couture Doll Shops site, this will also include shop set up/website(if the winner does not already have a site).

Second place winner, Dal Lowenbein.


Season 2

It is with great sadness that I report the passing of Joe Tai. Joe was a guest judge on the first CDDC. He was a sweet, wonderful and terrifically talented young man. He will be truly missed by the doll world. Condolences to his family and worldwide friends.

See a tribute to Joe from his good friend Rudi Teruel:

Tribute to Joe Tai


The Designers for the second edition of Couture Doll Design Challenge were:

Wanda Lee Kinnie USA
Ina Murphey & Mike Austin USA
Sydney Collier & Calvin Gassmann  
Anna Kawka Poland
Anita Stoklosa Poland
Susan Grindstaff USA
Sherri Agee USA
Cheryl Castillon USA
Anna Lipka Poland
Irina Koroleva Russia
Amy Nardone USA
Yana Emelyanova Russia
Vicky Lujan USA
Anj Calvo Philippines
Pabboo Redfeather USA
Breck Sullivan-Carpenter USA
Vikki Stevenson USA
Gordana Niemela USA
Cheryl Sorenson USA
Mark Padilla USA
Elena Sabittova Russia
George Downes(Georgie) England
Svjetlana Turk (Lana) Canada
Peggy Burney USA
Jennifer DeRosier  
Julia Mezrina Russia
James Beckerson Poland
Marzena Konsowicz Poland
Linda Crabb USA
Agarva Moller Australia
Jillian Elcock Canada

The Resident and Guest Judges:

Resident Judges:
Guest Judges:

Judith Markich - Dolltopia

David Buttry - Integrity Toys
Rob Thompson - Robs Dolls
Tom Courtney - Art Director - Tonner, Inc
Emilia Nieminen - Emilia Couture - Winner of CDDC
Lori Lyon - Madeleine Rose Couture -Winner of CDDC People's Choice Award
Durelle Brown - Chic Indulgence
Dal Lowenbein - Dal's Dolls - Second place CDDC
 
Special Guest Judge for Challenge 5 - G.D. Falksen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Challenge 1 - Lori Lyon - Keep Putting that Best Foot Forward
Our first guest judge was the winner of the CDDC People's Choice last year. She was also the winner of this challenge in the first CDDC and I felt that she should be the one to judge it. This challenge is our little tribute to the King of Shoes Joe Tai, who is very ill at this time. We want to wish Joe all the best and send our good thoughts and wishes to let him know we are thinking of him. So your first challenge will be to find a special pair of footwear and design an outfit around them...but CDDC must keep everything fresh so while revisiting this challenge to honor Joe, I gave it something a little different for the returning contestants...the twist...this footwear and design creation must be Gothic!!!

Challenge 2 - David Buttry - The "Alice" Challenge
Our next guest judge designed the fabulous Alice companion doll for the IFDC 2010 Convention.  David took Alice and while keeping her original style, moved her into the 21st Century.  Your challenge has been inspired by David's creation and by the FIDM SuperLab challenge earlier this summer:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2c-TCPoKmFs
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmKQ9fEPmLA&NR=1
Choose a character from children's literature(now I say children's because most of the heroes/heroines of children's literature have a distinct style that you can build on) and keeping their colours and style, design them a fresh new look, that is in keeping with their style.

Challenge 3 - Dal Lowenbein - Fashion Falls Apart - Our next guest judge was the second place winner in last year's CDDC.  She is known for her creative use of many different fabrics. So this challenge will be all about the Fabric and your deconstruction of it.  Your challenge is to design a Haute Couture garment in the newest hottest style of deconstruction.  From ripped seams... to stringy hems ..to rumpled fabrics, slices of zipper and vandalized denim, this challenge is about how well you can design a garment in the deconstruction style while still keeping it Couture.

Challenge 4 - Steven Fraser - It's All in the Details. - This week's guest judge in the mastermind behind Dressmaker Details.  His designs have shown us many times that it really is all in the details.  Your challenge this week is to creature Haute Couture Daywear paying particular attention to the little details.  You may want to consider, trims, belts, buckles, buttons, jewelry, hats, embroidery, and anything else that adds detail to your creation.

Challenge 5 - Durelle Brown - Steampunked!!!

Special Guest Judge - G.D. Falksen

Our guest judge this week is well known for her creative work in designing, but has also made Steampunk one of her signature styles.  Now if you don't know what Steampunk is then you've got to do your homework to please this judge. Our Special Guest judge, G.D. Falksen is an American steampunk writer and co-founder of the Steampunk site Jaborwhalky.  This week's challenge is all about the sub culture known as "Steampunk".  This unique fashion genre runs the gamut from purely Victorian to post-apocalyptic.  Steampunk may take many forms of alternative clothing, often romantic with a twist of futuristic technology.  It has been described as Jules Verne meet the Wild Wild West.  Just like real life, Steampunk can encompass many aspects of fashion...the explorer/traveler, the air ship pilots, the warrior, the aristocrat, or the mad scientist.  To keep with the up and coming fashion trends, such as the new military look for 2010, the twist of this challenge is to create a Steampunk inspired fashion with a military theme.

Challenge 6 - Emilia Nieminen - And in the End...or is it a Beginning...

Our final guest judge is the winner of last year's CDDC.  Her fabulous designs and the wonderful creation of those designs brought her to the win.  Your final challenge is to create the piece de resistance of any runway...the bridal gown, but a very special bridal gown.  Take your gown to the cutting edge of fashion by making it extremely modern and avant garde.


The Prizes:

Our Grand Prize: Winner's designs will once again be featured in an upcoming issue of FDQ Magazine. From Tonner Doll Co., Evocative Antoinette, LE 150, Tonner Direct Exclusive and from Integrity Toys, Erin "Picture This" Convention exclusive. From Couture Doll Shops a six month rent free shop on Couture Doll Shops site, this will also include shop set up/website(if the winner does not already have a site).

Second Place: Glowing Muse Basic Honey Antoinette (includes 3 wigs) and Juxtaposed Outfit Only to fit Antoinette - Tonner Doll Co. and Veronique "Stylish Escape"- Integrity Toys

Third Place: : Antoinette Intoxicating Outfit Only and Antoinette Flirty Shoe Pack - Tonner Doll Co. and Veronique "Onyx" from Integrity Toys

Each Challenge Winner with receive prizes as well, including PDF Pattern of choice from Designs By Jude and Slopers from Dress Forms for Fashion Dolls.

At Home Designers: Each Challenge Winner will receive Pair of pantyhose (made-to-order in the color of the winner’s choice)

Overall Winner At Home Designers: $50.00 Gift Certificate to La Petite Fashion Promenade and $20.00 Gift Certificate from Mike's Creations.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNER OF CDDC2:

Yana Emelyanova

Our Grand Prize: Yana's designs will be featured in an upcoming issue of FDQ Magazine. From Tonner Doll Co., Evocative Antoinette, LE 150, Tonner Direct Exclusive and from Integrity Toys, Erin "Picture This" Convention exclusive. From Couture Doll Shops a six month rent free shop on Couture Doll Shops site, this will also include shop set up/website(if the winner does not already have a site).

Congratulations to our Second Place winner:

Irina Koroleva

Second Place: Glowing Muse Basic Honey Antoinette (includes 3 wigs) and Juxtaposed Outfit Only to fit Antoinette - Tonner Doll Co. and Veronique "Stylish Escape"- Integrity Toys

Congratulations to our Third Place winner:

Julia Mezrina

Third Place: : Antoinette Intoxicating Outfit Only and Antoinette Flirty Shoe Pack - Tonner Doll Co. and Veronique "Onyx" from Integrity Toys

Along with FDQ Magazine this year our sponsors were:

Integrity Toys

Tonner Doll Company

R & D Fashion Dolls

Tamara Casey - Designs By Jude

Lyn Waring - Dress Forms for Fashion Dolls

Ina Murphey - La Petite Fashion Promenade

Mike Austin - Mike's Creations

Dot Festeu - Couture Doll Shops

Again this year our fabulous and informative blog was done by our Blogmeister, Dot Festeu who is also our manager over at our sister site Couture Doll Shops.


Season 3

Here were the designers for the CDDC 3 Spring Fling

Alena Mokhan
Aly Greaves 
Anita Stoklosa 
Anj Calvo 
Anna Kawka 
Anna Lipka 
Breck Sullivan-Carpenter  
Dagmara Morcinek  
Elena Tselisheva  
Elena Prokhorova  
Gordana Niemela  
Huckleberry Jackson  
Irina Koroleva  
Jason Kramer   
Julia Rebeskova  
Julia Mezrina,
Lana Turk  
Maria Ustynovska  
Mark Tinkey  
Mark Padilla    
Natalia Sheppard  
Susan Grindstaff  
Terry Barner  
Valentina Churkina  
Viktoria Kolmychek  
Jenia Komar  

Welcome to all our wonderful designers!

Here were the Resident and Guest Judges:

Resident Judges:
Guest Judges:

Steven Fraser - Dressmaker Details

Yana Emelyanova - Winner of CDDC2
Rob Thompson - Robs Dolls
Durelle Brown - Chic Indulgence
Tom Courtney
Dal Lowenbein - Dal's Dolls - Second place CDDC
Jim Faraone - IFDC
Tamara Casey - Designs By Jude
David Buttry - Integrity Toys

CHALLENGE ONE

Challenge One - Tie a Yellow, or a Red, or a Green...

Guest Judge - Dal Lowenbein

This challenge is all about ribbons.  Steven Fraser, one of our resident judges is the mastermind behind Masterstroke Canada Inc.(Dressmaker Details).  Steven mentioned that ribbons were the foundation of MCI, so he suggested that we "tie one on"!  Your challenge this week is to use only ribbons to create a fabulous design.  You may choose to create daywear, night wear or casual wear for this challenge.  Remember it must be couture.

CHALLENGE TWO

Challenge Two - That 70's Thing Gets an Update

 Guest Judge - Yana Emelyanova


At Milan fashion week, designers showed their trend towards maximal modernism, which is defined as pared down, minimal, wearable shapes, but in rich opulent fabrics with highly, decorative detail.  While showing max/mod, the designers still made it obvious that the 70's continued to have a firm hold on their imaginations.  Your challenge this week is to create the perfect 70's influenced daywear design with a maximal modernism flare

CHALLENGE THREE

Challenge Three - Outerwear with ATTITUDE

 Guest Judge - Durelle Brown

OUTERWEAR WITH ATTITUDE
Once again this week we turn to the predictors of fashion trends for spring.  According to fashion reports, fashion took a U turn this spring to focus on elaborately detailed, luscious, and seriously grown up chic.  Your challenge this week is to create outerwear for spring that follows this trend.  Make your designs "highly considered, beautifully crafted designs  with a fetishistic edge".

CHALLENGE FOUR

Challenge Four - Modern Runway Rococo Meets the Oscars

 Guest Judge - Jim Faraone

MODERN RUNWAY ROCOCO MEETS THE OSCARS
"Rococo is a style of art that started in France in the early 18th century."  It is characterized by an opulence, grace, playfulness, and lightness.  Rococo focuses on aristocratic life, romance, and nature.  This week your challenge is to design an Oscar winning gown in the Modern Runway Rococo Style.

CHALLENGE FIVE

Challenge Five - Stretch Your Imagination

 Guest Judge - Tamara Casey

STRETCH YOUR IMAGINATION
Gracing the runways of Paris and Milan this spring is an old friend...stretch fabrics are making a comeback. However they are not the boring stretch fabrics of the past, they are boldly and graphically printed stretch fabrics. Lurex knits and sleek ski pants paired with retro sweaters strutted their stuff down fashion runways, looking chic and very couture. This week you must find or make if you so choose a stretch fabric that is bold and beautiful and design an outfit for your muse that shows this fabric to it's very couture best. This week the challenge is about the fabric and how you use it.

CHALLENGE SIX

Challenge Six - Avant Garde Goth Couture

 Guest Judge - David Buttry

AVANT GARDE GOTH COUTURE
Well this is a mash up!!! Start by thinking Goth, then take a step back and think of how an avant garde designer would approach it, then take a further step sideways and make it enter the realm of couture. There you have it, Avant Garde Goth Couture. This style is not just for Marilyn Manson and the emo kids anymore...this is runway Goth. Your challenge this week is to make an AG Goth design and keep it couture, so no costumes, no post apocalyptic(although this may still be in) styles, no witches and no warlocks. Make it couture, and make it work, designers.

 

MAY I HAVE THE ENVELOPE PLEASE...

AND NOW THE NEWS YOU HAVE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR...

But first let me say congratulations to all of the contestants who entered CDDC 3 and a special congratulations to all of the contestants that made it to the end and completed all six challenges. Thank you for being a part of CDDC3 and giving us all the thrilling eye candy you did.

Thanks to our fabulous resident judges for their comments and help along the way. I'm sure everyone benefitted from their expertise and have improved their skills.

Thanks to our equally fabulous guest judges for their insight into each challenge and their helpful comments.

CONGRATULATIONS to the winner of CDDC 3:

Huckleberry Jackson

and Congratulations to the Second Place Winner:

Elena Peredreeva(Tselisheva)

The Photography Grand Prize Winner is:

Huckleberry Jackson

The Prizes:

Our Grand Prize: Winner's designs will once again be featured in an upcoming issue of FDQ Magazine. From Couture Doll Shops a six month rent free shop on Couture Doll Shops site, this will also include shop set up/website(if the winner does not already have a site). From Tonner Doll Co. a Galadriel doll.

Second Place: From Tonner Doll Co. the beautiful Arwen Evenstar.

Best Photography: Prize: Each Challenge winner will receive a $10.00 Gift Certificate from La Petite Fashion Promenade

Each Challenge Winner with receive PDF Pattern of choice from Designs By Jude

Along with FDQ Magazine this year our sponsors are:

Robert Tonner - Tonner Doll Co.

Tamara Casey - Designs By Jude

Ina Murphey - La Petite Fashion Promenade

Dot Festeu - Couture Doll Shops

Again this year our fabulous and informative blog will be done by our Blogmeister, Dot Festeu who is also our manager over at our sister site Couture Doll Shops.


Season 4

Yes...CDDC 4 is back, starting February 4, 2012.

The final season of CDDC was 6 Challenges with the emphasis on COUTURE. Contestants had two weeks to complete a challenge. There was some big changes, some new judges and new categories. Yes after much discussion with judges, there was three different categories for contestants to compete in.

There was Beginner, Intermediate and Professional categories. Beginners being those who have been sewing for two years or less and have only ever used commercial patterns. Intermediates are those who have more than two years experience sewing and have designed their own patterns. Professional speaks for itself. They are the contestants that do this for a living or as a hobby, but often sell their items.

All contestants would compete in the same challenge, but with different expectations. For example if the challenge was to produce a Goth outfit, then Beginners could do so using a pattern while giving it their own personal touches. The other contestants will not be allowed to use commercial patterns, but will have the rules geared to their expertise.

There was room for 10 contestants in each category. However if by the deadline say 13 contestants have applied for the Beginner, 12 for the Intermediate and 5 for the Professional, then CDDC would go ahead with those numbers. In other words, there will be 30 contestants chosen and would fill up the categories accordingly.

Here were your designers for CDDC 4

BEGINNER  
Agarva Moller Australia
Alison McMahon Johnson USA
Ann Minosky Canada
Cynda Woffenden USA
Dmitry Puzanov Russia
George Macias USA
Kevin Roberts USA
Sue Townson England
Theo Malloy USA
Vicky Lujan-Gibbs USA
INTERMEDIATE  
Anj Calvo Phillippines
Anna Kadachegova Russia
Breck Sullivan-Carpenter USA
Cholo Ayuyao Philippines
Elena Prokhorova Russia
Jason Kramer USA
Joe Coloff USA
Julia Peshkova Russia
Julia Rebeskova Russia
Mark Tinkey USA
Olga Ermolaeva Russia
PROFESSIONAL  
Anita Stoklosa Poland
Anna Lipka Poland
Gordana Niemela USA
Maria Ustynovska Ukraine
Suyanee Wongchotwiriyakit Thailand

Welcome to all our wonderful designers!

Here were the Resident and Guest Judges:

Resident Judges:

Hilda Westervelt - Bellissima Couture

Rob Thompson - Robs Dolls
Malinda Zelazo - Doll Collector and Fashion enthusiast

 

Guest Judges:
David Buttry - Integrity Toys
Jim Faraone - IFDC
Dal Lowenbein - Dal's Dolls
Durelle Brown - Chic Indulgence
Tamara Casey - Designs By Jude
Matt Sutton & Matt Trujillo - Custom Designs by Matt Sutton

Challenge One - BE A SPORT!

Guest Judge - Dal Lowenbein

This challenge is sure to have you running a few laps around the internet to research this up and coming trend. Fashion forecasters have predicted that this year's Spring designs will favour the sporty look but in a couture way. Your first challenge is to design an outfit that has a sporty flair but is definitely in the couture realm. What we are asking here is for couture, not ready to wear, so be careful here to keep your design in the couture realm. Beginners may use a pattern to "design" their outfit. Even when using a pattern, Beginners, the judges will expect you to put your own signature into it. On your marks, get set...GO!!!

Challenge Two - YOU'LL BE AS ANGRY AS A BIRD OVER THIS ONE

Guest Judge - Tamara Casey

In 2011 a Finnish official's wife made a big splash on the fashion scene by wearing a dress that depicted an angry bird from the video game of the same name.  To make you leave your comfort zones and think right outside of the box...video game box that is, this week your challenge is to design an outfit that represents a well known video game.  Now don't be tricked here into the world of costume.  This is Couture we are looking for, not costume.  Producing a costume will lose you points, so don't be an Angry Bird and Fallout on this one.  You show this Little Big Planet what you can do with Mario and his pals!!!

Challenge Three - Hands Up! This is a Mash Up!

Guest Judge - David Buttry

This week your challenge is to mash things up a bit.  You will take two famous design houses and design a couture fashion that mixes the famous elements of both houses while not flat out copying either house's designs.   Examples that you might use(but you are not limited to these designers) would be Valentino to Valentina (Versace), Givenchy to Galliano, (Vivienne) Westwood to (Jason) Wu, (Alexander) McQueen to (Stella) McCartney…  The design houses should be on different ends of the fashion spectrum so that it is a true fashion mash-up!  Mix 'em up and see what you get.

Challenge Four - I'm Ready for my Close Up Mr. Demille.

Guest Judge - Jim Faraone

“The Hollywood Gown” in golden age Hollywood was a time when there were gowns designed for film stars and movie rolls, by designers known worldwide.  Designers such as Adrian, Edith Head, and Irene, were known for their film gowns.  Fashion and the movies have been married since the first moving pictures.  There were times when the gown made the film and made even bigger the starlet who wore it, catapulting her into the next big "it" girl.  This challenge is to create the perfect “Hollywood Gown”.  The gown has to be modern while also giving a nod to those famous Hollywood designers of yesteryear. The gown must be camera ready and starlet bound, it must look good from all angles and must provide that perfect “Hollywood publicity still”. 

Challenge Five - SAY KONICHIWA TO FASHION

Guest Judge - Durelle Brown

This week the Far East inspires our challenge.  We go to the land of the rising sun for our challenge and take one of the most recognizable and famous national dress to the couture realm.  The traditional Japanese kimono is one of the most beautiful forms of dress.  In this challenge you will take a traditional kimono and turn it into a couture fashion.  The gloves are off and the fans are down on this one, the judges want to see the kimono looking like we've never seen it before.

Challenge Six - AG for GG

Guest Judges - Matt Sutton and Matt Trujillo

Your final challenge will be what this competition is all about...Avant Garde(AG) and who better to inspire you to the heights of Avant Garde, but the embodiment of AG herself...Lady Gaga.  This superstar is Avant Garde to the max with a little splash of fantasy to keep everyone on their toes and speaking of toes don't forget those Gaga shoes.  Wherever she goes Lady G goes there in Avant Garde style.  Heck I'd like to bet that she wears AG to take out her garbage!!!  With that in mind your final challenge is to design an outfit that would suit Lady G to a T.

I AM PLEASED TO PRESENT THE WINNERS OF COUTURE DOLL DESIGN CHALLENGE 4

IN THE PROFESSIONAL DIVISION: ANITA STOKLOSA

All six of Anita's designs will be featured in an upcomingFashion Doll Quarterly magazine. Anita also wins fromCouture Doll Shops a six month rent free shop. Finally fromTonner Doll Company she wins Freedom for Fashion Sor Aiko. Congratulations Anita!

IN THE INTERMEDIATE DIVISION: CHOLO AYUYAO

Three of Cholo's designs(Designer's choice) will be featured in an upcoming Fashion Doll Quarterly magazine. FromAngelic Dreamz Cholo will received the beautiful Platinum Cami Basic doll. Congratulations Cholo!

IN THE BEGINNER DIVISION: KEVIN ROBERTS

Kevin's choice of one design will be featured in an upcomingFashion Doll Quarterly magazine. Kevin also receives fromTonner Doll Company, Galadriel. Congratulations Kevin!

 

PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE: JULIA PESHKOVA

Julia will receive In Focus: Digital Photography for the Doll Collector by Pat Henry. Donated by Pat Henry.

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNERS of CDDC 4!!!

The Prizes:

Our Grand Prize: For the winner of each division, their designs will once again be featured in an upcoming issue of FDQ Magazine. For the Professional division all six designs will be shown. For the Intermediate division three designs(designer's choice) will be shown and for the Beginner division one design will be shown(designer's choice).

PROFESSIONAL DIVISION: From Couture Doll Shops a six month rent free shop on Couture Doll Shops site, this will also include shop set up/website(if the winner does not already have a site). From Tonner Doll Company, Freedom for Fashion Sori Aiko.

INTERMEDIATE DIVISION: From Angelic Dreamz a beautiful Platinum Cami Basic doll.

BEGINNER DIVISION: From Tonner Doll Company, Galadriel.

Best Photography Prize: In Focus: Digital Photography for the Doll Collector by Pat Henry

Each Challenge Winner with receive PDF Pattern of choice from Designs By Jude

 

This year our sponsors were:

Pat Henry - FDQ Magazine

Robert Tonner - Tonner Doll Co.

Dot Festeu - Couture Doll Shops

Tamara Casey - Designs By Jude

George Gonzalez - Angelic Dreamz

Again this year our fabulous and informative blog will be done by our Blogmeister, Dot Festeu who is also our manager over at our sister site Couture Doll Shops and a sponsor.

Job well done, you made it work Designers for four fun seasons!!!

Thanks to everyone who participated and helped!!!

Your Host Larraine