All Lollies are now retired. I have heard that most of them (if not all) are gone from the dealers as well. There are some on e-bay from time to time.
I will leave the links to the different Lollie design pages here, so you can go and read up on Lollie Lore (each design has a story) and for those of you who find one on e-bay, you can check here to see if it is authentic. Each Lollie design was painted consistently and so they all look pretty similar. If the photos on e-bay look different - be suspicious!
And for the good news - Lollies will be back next summer! Look for 4 new designs next summer only at the Midwest Fiber & Folk Art Fair! I'll be there in person to sign them for you - and I'll even sign them especially to you!
And...well, there were a few lollies that were in various stages of production at the time I went away - a few fish, flax and others. I'll finish those up and have them at the fair too. And if I get a LOT of time, maybe another little Lollie as well. We'll see...I'll have some fun previews as I get them going!
Here's some Lollie Lore: Did you know that all the decorative elements on these pages - all pages, except for some lines, is all handpainted and all from Lollies? Some I took off my design worksheets as I was designing each spindle - and you might see a few things that didn't make it onto a spindle - a little flourish here and there, but most of it is all on your Lollie - in fact, if you have a low number, it just might be YOUR Lollie!
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