This tunic dress has a tiny bit of stretch in the blue floral print and can fit a variety of 1:6 scale fashion dolls. I thought it looked best on Poppy Parker. It has been confirmed to adequately fit Poppy Parker/Misaki/Amelie, Jenny, Momoko, Fashion Royalty, NuFace, Victoire Roux, FR Monogram, Dynamite Girls, Model Muse, Silkstone Barbie, Susie, and Liv dolls. Only one is available. Get yours in the shop while you can!
It feels like it took me ages to finish this wonderful set, but it was worth the wait. I found this calico print in my stash of fabric and wanted to make a simple Momoko dress out of it. The dress has pintucks in the skirt and an unfinished ruffle on the bottom. The cardigan is light blue with navy blue trim hand-sewn along the neckline. To finish the outfit, I attached a gold dragonfly to the cardigan.
The set also fits a variety of other dolls, including Poppy Parker, Misaki, Jenny, Liv, Tiny Kitty (pictured below), Victoire Roux, and Color Infusion/Jem. Grab one in the shop while they're still available.
For a little while, Dolly Bureau 1 & 2 will be on sale in the Etsy shop. Get ready for the release of Dolly Bureau volume 3 this summer. This year the book will still have some patterns, but it will also have many other features that focus on tiny dolls. It will include highlighting different kinds of tiny dolls, pattern drafting, craft tutorials, and other fabulous handmade works by dolly enthusiasts.
The Los Angeles Integrity Toys 2013 convention is getting close, so I have been sewing up a storm of IT dolly clothing. Some are currently up on my Etsy site, but many will debut at the IT convention. See some sneak peeks below. Along with Jem and Fashion Royalty clothing, there will be a good amount of Poppy Parker/Misaki outfits. The Monster High inventory will be back as well. Be sure to check out Etsy after the convention, because any remaining inventory will be up for sale.
Another lovely doll arrived today, Promenade Amelie. Let's take a look at some real-life photos of this dolly. Her print top reminds me of the the 04ANlw Momoko because of the white top and large print of a doll face. Perhaps that is why I was drawn to this doll. The Amelie shoes are delicate and wonderful in all their metallic and platform wonder. Don't forget about the oversized bag with the FR Nippon logo. This lady is advertising herself and her company.
Her matching counterpart, Misaki, is also fabulous, but I decided to limit myself to one doll, for now.
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