This cute set just popped up in my Etsy shop. It comes with the embroidered denim dress, felt vest, and headband pictured. The vest has a hand-sewn blanket stitch around the edges with pearl accents. It fits a variety of dolls, including Mini Dollfie Dream (small bust pictured) and Unoa 1.5 (large bust pictured). Check it out in the Etsy store and pick one up before they are gone.
It has been a while since I have added some new sets to the shop, but I've made some time to do it lately. In this set, I learned how to do an embroidered bullion rose. I enjoyed it so much that I think I will be making more embroidered flowers in the future. The dress fabric was given to me by my grandmother when I was a child. I knew if I kept it long enough I would find a great use for it.
There is something else extra special about this outfit -- I still plan on doing more Dolly Bureau pattern books and a tutorial on how to make this dress for any sized doll is planned in volume 5!
This dress set fits a variety of dolls, including the MiniFee Celine pictured. Click on this listing to see who else it might fit. Support an artist! Visit my Etsy shop. You can also follow my Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest pages.
As a gift for my birthday, a friend of mine gave a wonderful doll to me, Sweet Olive by Blue Fairy. Her resin is white skin. It sounds like she may have been a limited edition doll. I think she is such a cutie! I'm a fan of those sleepy eyes.
Sweet Olive is wearing an outfit, shoes, and wig by Code Noir. This outfit is wonderful. There is so much detail in every clothing piece. Personally, I'm a huge fan of their mohair wigs like the one Sweet Olive is wearing. If you have a chance, check out the Code Noir USA website for current designs and in-stock items.
This new pattern combines a whole lot of things I love -- white eyelet fabric, lace, long dresses, ribbon, and my new KoonieS. As some of you may know, I have a few Peak's Woods dolls, but I was glad to add KoonieS to the family.
The dress pictured is a pattern available in my Etsy shop. I am trying to put out quite a few more digital patterns in the near future, so stay tuned for plenty more dolly sewing options in the weeks to come.
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.