Rosina was my first trial of a sculpted head. After my Ice Queen, I wanted to have a rounder head, and started searching for tutorials in internet.
I got to learn the "Waldorf technique" for the first time by this way. However, unlike the traditional Waldorf dolls, I wanted to have more facial features. (Waldorf pedagogic implies that a doll must have a very simple face, giving the children's imagination more room.)
I experimented with putting a nose, making the face longer to give the face more mature impression.
I did not know anything about the doll making fabrics by than, so used a pair of white cotton socks :)
The neon pink wool yarn was the best choice for Rosina's hair, which also was the reason for her name.
After so many dolls, she is still one of my favourites.