She does look very cute tucked up under her quilt & I am now addicted to sewing with these amazing Japanese fabrics. I still have some scraps left over for a couple more projects which will be fun.
In case anyone is interested the doll pattern is for a Dreamtime baby, downloaded from Sarah's Dolls. I found it easy to follow & was very happy with the result, having never made a Steiner-style doll before. My only complaint is that she doesn't sell clothing patterns for this style of doll, but I guess with a bit of tinkering I could whip something up. Winterwood Toys had everything I needed to make the doll (as the requirements are quite specific) & I have to say that wool stuffing (as apposed to Polyfill) is so nice to work with. The fabric for the top of the doll quilt was a gift from this ace chick and the quilt is backed with a fat quarter that I got as a bonus when I ordered some fabric from good-ness (love that shop) . The binding is from good old Spotlight - I just can't resist those spots!