Hittygirls Official Shoulderhead Hitty
The super-secret-happy-fun-time-wow-adventure-project!



Our First Order is 118!

Below you can see the donations from which many winners will be picked!
January 2011

You can ONLY
donate cash to help us buy the molds through the PayPal donations button
found here and on the www.hittygirls.com main page.

This button will take you to PayPal to complete your cash donation.
Remember, we accept any amount from three dollars to three million dollars.
Heh.

While you can donate any time you want, the drawing will be held on Saturday, Feb. 15th, so if you
want to be entered to win one of the prizes below, please donate before the 15th!



Gale Lyons carved her from a polymer clay blank.
 She has signed her and put the year and a note that she is a Hittygirls Donation.
Donated by Gale Lyons
#1
Won by Jenny R.
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Mushroom Table and Mini-pumpkins
From Hitty Petal 
#2 Won by Kathy B.
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Wooden Doll House
Donated by Hitty Iris Raikes
#3 Won by MK Workman
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Light up your Hitty House!
Donated by Mrs. Plum
#4 Won by Barb Gil.
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5" Bitty Bed
Donated by the Bitty Hittys of the AGA.
#5 Won by Darla K.
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Summer Table, Rug and Goodies from Camp Piney Woods
Donated by the AGA.
#6 Won by Julie St.
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Beautiful Bench and gorgeous Afghan
Donated by Barb Gillander
#7 Won by Ann Pi.
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Delicate Bonnet, Stylish Shawl, and Happy Spring Dress
Donated by Fung Hicks
#8 Won by Sue G.
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What a fancy assortment of laces, buttons, and fabrics.
If your Hittys win this, they will be set for life!
Donated by Glenda Schaefer
#9 Won by Jan A.
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Glenda bought this beautifully constructed Hitty quilt from eBay.
I have no idea how she was able to give it up!
Donated by Glenda Schaefer
#10 Won by Happy H.
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Pretty in Pink!
Donated by Hitty Petal
#11 Won by Nicole Gust.
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Wooden Shoulderhead Blank Seeks New Home!
Donated by  John A.
#12 Won by Robin Camp.
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I've lost my head!  But you can use this shoulderhead body blank
on any shoulderhead.
Donated by John A.
#13 Won by Sandy Er.
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The Original Dresser from John's and Hal's Tutorial
Donated by Hal
#14 Won by Elisabeth Hem.
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Does your Hitty collect art?  If so, she needs these 'sculptures'.
Donated by Jan A.
#15 on by Linda Ben.
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Anyone for a mug of cocoa?
Donated by Sue G.
#16 Won by Fung H.
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Who wouldn't want a personalized Hitty mug?
Donated by Sue G.
#17 Won by Dottie Bec.
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These vintage hankies are Hitty dresses in waiting!
Donated by Becky V.
#18 Won by Gale L.
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More Hitty Dresses?  For sure!
Donated by Becky V.
#19 Won by Pauline N.
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"This is all doll sized furniture and I am sure Hitty will enjoy it. The cradle is perfect for Bitty Hitty.
 A dear friend of mine who use to do shows with me, gave me all his hand made doll furniture when he retired.
 He knew how much I loved it. "
Donated by Marcy M.
#20 Won by Dawn Sp.
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Every Hitty needs a wooden box full of clothes!
Donated by Robin C.
#21 Won by Becky V.
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Cuddle up with this pink selection of warm shawls!
Donated by Nancy Sch.
#22 Won by Dot Mo.
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Beat the cold with these four shawls for four lucky girls!
Donated by Nancy Sch.
#23 Won by Beth Wa.
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Or maybe greens are your favorite?
Donated by Nancy Sch.
#24 Won by Sherry St.
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Your Hittys will enjoy cuddling up in these lacy and soft shawls!
Donated by Nancy Sch.
#25 Won by Maria Th.
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I can hear Martha gasping now--but no. Hitty Petal is NOT in the drawing.
However, she is modeling this lovely knitted cape that is in the drawing!
Donated by ???  Are you our Mystery Caped Crocheter?
#26  Won by Nancy Sch.
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The Toymaker
He is the hero of the village , because he works wonders for little boys and girls.
 He can make a single iece of wood come alive, and stir the imagination of any youngster.
  He is more than a toymaker, he is a dream maker.

1982 The Norman Rockwell Museum, Inc
Enjoy a cup of tea while you play Hittys!
Donated by Jan A.
#27 Won by Barb P.
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The Lighthouse Keepers Daughter
With needle and thread in hand, she carefully mends a jacket that is nearly as old as she.
  Her father, the lighthouse keeper, works hard so that his daughter can live a better life.
  And she returns his love with uncompromising care and devotion.
Enjoy a cup of tea while you play Hittys!
Donated by Jan A.
#28  Won by Marcy Mah.
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Every Hitty loves new fabric!  More Dresses!
Donated by Sonja B.
#29 Won by Ann Card.
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Just in Time for St. Pat's day!
Donated by Sonja B.
#31 and #32
Won by Wanda H. and Kathleen B.
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