Glory Lahti started sewing doll clothes and Annabel wanted to learn how to sew, so she joined her. After that they decided to have a booth at the Young Entrepreneurs Marketplace put on my Young Americans Center for Financial Education in 2011. Their first sale was a great success! So, their younger sibling Faith Lahti and Sophia Schwarz joined them. They soon found out that sewing clothes wasn't for them, so faith moved on to sewing bedding sets, and Sophia became in charge of public relations. Now Annabel and Sophia's younger sister Olivia has joined in the fun, and is learning how to sew.
Grace's vision for DDA is to tell stories that captivate and inform little imaginations. "Clary" is her first book and she has very exciting plans for the next one. Grace's favorite part of sewing doll clothes is using her imagination and making very unusual outfits. She also loves taking human clothes and finding creative ways to make them into doll sized ones. She is the oldest of five siblings and graduated college with a B.A. in liberal studies. Her other interests include art (she illustrated "Clary"), music (she teaches piano: www.gracemelodypiano.com), history, science, backpacking, and nutrition/herbal medicine.
Sophia takes the efforts of all of those at Darling Doll Attire, and tries to bring them to as many people as possible through our Facebook page, Pinterest account, and Newsletter. She is the middle child of five, and enjoys being home schooled. This fall she will be starting her freshman year of high school, and her second year in competitive speech and debate. Some of the things she enjoys include writing, history