One of the nice things about paper clay is that you can go back and apply water at any time before it is sealed and make adjustments and add features. I played with the doll head a bit. She still needs some smoothing and some sanding (if I bother to get any sand paper), but now she has eyes and a little hair (which I may carve right off, but her head will be mostly covered anyway).
While I was playing with the clay, I decided to make her a cat. Don't laugh. I'm calling them primitives. :) Goes right along with the rest of my shabby style of raw edges.
I am going to have to put all of this aside for now and return to Easter projects. Time is growing short. Mila's crown and the embroideries await.
Here is a great quilty link: Barbara Reskin, a sociology professor, makes pocket quilts for homeless children. The quilts keep the children warm, the pockets provide storage for their belongings.