Sheryl Williams is an avid researcher. She finds authentic costuming of antique dolls and reproduction of porcelain dolls are her passions. A firm believer in education, she travels extensively teaching seminars for the Doll Artisan Guild and teaching porcelain doll making and costuming seminars. A frequent lecturer at doll events worldwide, she has also presented seminars at UFDC national conventions about doll costuming, ribbon art, pattern design, and most recently about the study and sewing techniques used in antique doll clothing.
An active member of UFDC, the Beecher Doll Club of Region 14 is her club. She is Director of Competition for the Doll Artisan Guild and is a judge at UFDC national conventions.
Sheryl lives in Elmira, New York with her husband and two very busy Savannah cats. She loves to travel and is frequently on the go.
Due to the spike in COVID, the UFDC Headquarters and Museum remain closed until further notice.