Marina Evseeva is a resident of the Kochkovsky district of the Novosibirsk region. During the period of self-isolation, she has created a collection of dresses for 14 old Barbie dolls. Most of the dolls were put to the exhibition in the Museum of History and Local Lore, VN.ru reports.
“I have a seamstress education. It happened so that I work at a wreath-making enterprise. I can knit, spin, sew. In the 90s and early 2000s. I altered and sewed things for my family,” Marina said.
It is specified that on average, it takes the craftswoman a week and from 1,000 to 1,500 rubles to create a new look for a doll. Her personal exposition of the dolls is still open in the museum hall, where visitors can not only see them but also buy them.
Ru-Main, 05.09.2020, Pictures: Novosibirsk Regional Website