This is my newest doll and a dress I made her. Her name is Chloe and she is a resin doll from the Fairyland company out of Korea. I bought her from http://denverdoll.com They are unusual dolls in the fact they are ball jointed and can be posed in all different ways. The faces are hand painted and they are just gorgeous dolls.. The dress is from a pattern from the http://www.adams-harris.com. Sewing for something this small can be a challenge but they do work up very quickly. What fun!
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Saturday, March 24, 2012
My whole family knows that I love Bling so it makes sense I would pass that trait onto my granddaughter right?
I just made these for my granddaughter and I thought I would share. They were very easy to make. I attached the rhinestones (sizes 5 and 3) with E-6000 glue and used double faced ribbon for the laces. I have shown two different colors of the laces and I also made her a red set. I can't wait to follow up with a photo of her wearing them!
Friday, March 23, 2012
I can't believe it's been almost a year since I've posted anything. I've made several quilts plus other little projects but my newest project has been Blythe dolls and making clothes for them. Thanks to my machine quilter Krista who introduced me to these wonderful dolls. I am amazed at how many collectors there are out there and how many patterns there are for clothing! I have always collected dolls but not ones that I can make clothes for. These little girls have sparked a whole new interest in doll collecting. I'm not sure if that is a good thing or not! Anyway, here is one of the outfits I just made for Mazie. Doesn't she look cute? The pattern is from My Fair Dolly