This is one of my favorite digital patterns thus far. It includes a little bit of lace and hand-embroidery. What's not to love! The pattern also fits a variety of other dolls, including Odeco and Nikki, Pure Neemo XS, Momoko, J-Doll, and Tiny Betsy McCall. Want the pattern? Check it out in the Etsy shop. I will also be making a few of the tops in pale lavender and green.
Hiro is dressed in an Azone Picco Neemo outfit. I tried another Picco outfit on Hiro, but it was a bit too tight in the bust. However, the Alice outfit pictured fits her perfectly. Let's just hope she does not fall down a rabbit hole any time soon. I'm getting very close to finishing up some digital patterns to put on Etsy. Stay tuned!
The Integrity Toys convention was last week and I picked up a couple Picco Neemo outfits from the Azone table. Since I have a thing for white attire and super tiny dolls, I naturally had to pick up a white kitty set for my Picco. She made a great little Halloween companion. Not pictured is a pair of paw feet that match the gloves. In addition to the cat outfit, I got a white dress with a top hat. It's so cute! I have noticed that Picco Neemo clothes fit Tiny Elfdoll BJDs very well, except some of the shoes. Azone Picco Neemo clothes are always so intricate, modern, and great to add to any collection.
Unfortunately, the Dolly Bureau books are not in a digital format. However, after careful consideration, I've decided to offer other patterns in a digital format (pdf). They will be available soon on Etsy and most of the first wave of patterns will be for some ball-jointed dolls and Ellowyne Wilde. See the photo in this post for a preview. Some of the fashions are currently available in the Etsy shop. Support an artist! Visit my Etsy Shop. You can also follow my Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest pages.
Pictured above is a darling Petite Blythe (Littlest Pet Shop version). I've tried on a few of my small doll items to see what will fit her. In the picture above, she is wearing an Amelia Thimble nightgown. The length of the nightgown and sleeves are a little long for the doll, but it still looks quite cute on her. While quite a few people don't seem to like the Littlest Pet Shop (LPS) Blythe compared to the Petite Blythe, I actually prefer one important aspect of the LPS Blythe -- the shoes! Unlike Petite Blythe, the LPS Blythe have shoes that come off the dolls and I love exchanging the shoes. Pictured below are some Polly Pocket shoes and accessories I've paired with a LPS Blythe.
Personally, I try to avoid some of the backless pumps from Polly Pocket because they look a little too big on the LPS Blythe. Many of the other Polly Pocket accessories go great with LPS Blythe too.
Interested in more information, patterns, and crafts for tiny dolls? Check out Dolly Bureau Volume 3: All About Tiny Dolls. There is more information about Petite Blythe dolls in the book, including OOAK dolls, fashions, and crafts.