What are you most proud of? This was my very first attempt at ornamental doll-making (she's not a toy and is quite unsuitable to be given to a child) and I'm surprised that she turned out so well. There are things about her that I got wrong (the face is a bit of a strange shape, for example), but I'm pleased that she has a reasonably pleasant expression on it! I must mention that the inspiration and pattern came from the book "Introduction to Making Cloth Dolls" by Jan Horrox. What advice would you give someone starting this project? Read the instructions thoroughly first! I didn't, and ended up wasting an awful lot of fabric and unpicking lots of mistakes that could have been avoided if I'd taken the time to read. Also, be sure to use strong thread to attach the arms and legs (the doll is jointed and capable of being posed in different positions). I'd just finished mine and was showing her proudly to my husband when her legs fell off! Oh well - it's all a learning curve!