The Holiday Season is approaching! Recently I purchased a gorgeous little Christmas fabric that had a cute folksy feel about it. It inspired me to create a ‘dirndl’ style dress for our Blythes. I hope to have a few available to purchase over the next few weeks. The first one is available in my Etsy store.
New hat design based on my Lacey Hat pattern. This new version has been knit with supersoft mohair blend yarn and trimmed with silky 100% bamboo yarn. It’s embellished with a blingy rhinestone bead and two knitted flowers. I think it has a real old-fashioned feel, hence the name. I hope to have more colours available over the next wee while and also provide the pattern for purchase.
Available as a ready made item in my Etsy store.
A cute and whimsical hat to brighten up your Blythe doll’s Winter wardrobe. The hat is knit in a high-quality wool yarn and decorated with bright flower beads and embroidery. It has little ear flaps to keep her ears warm. Available as a ready made item in my Etsy store.
A new collection of dresses for your Blythe dolls inspired English Life. Well, an Australian’s clichéd interpretation of English Life. Apologies to any English folk it may offend. There are 7 dresses in the range, all made with a sweet purple and white cotton fabric and decorated in a variety of ways. The dresses kind of remind me of Eliza Doolittle from Pygmalion. Maybe it should be called the Pygmalion Purple dress. Available as ready made items in my Etsy store.
I decided to jazz up my Forest elf Slouchie Hats with some hand embroidery and beading. These will be added to my Etsy store as they are finished. I don’t see myself making any more in this style once they are all done. The pattern to knit your own hat is still available to purchase too.
[update: I have decided to make the ‘wallpaper’ photo available as a greeting card on Redbubble. Go check it out : ) ]
Two new lovelies have joined my Blythe family. Both of them were TLC girls, lovingly restored by Rebecca (Squirrel Junkie). I can’t believe how cute and beautiful they are. I have lots of Blythe dolls in my collection (18 at the moment) but these two have a special, ethereal quality.
Expanding on the ‘Explorers’ theme, I fell in love with this little man in his hot air balloon and so he features on most of this range. There are five dresses available to purchase as ready-to-wear items from my Etsy store.
A slight variation on my Exotica No.1 dresses. This time the bodice has a black lace ruffle and ribbon and lace running down the centre. There are two dresses available to purchase as ready-to-wear items from my Etsy store.
This collection of dresses was inspired by the explorers of the 18th Century who scoured the world looking for new lands and wealth. As they charted new coastlines they discovered exotic flora and fauna, which they’d never seen before. The dresses are available to purchase as ready-to-wear items from my Etsy store.
Another variation on my tutu design. This one has a pretty metallic bodice and dusky rose tulle skirt. Available to purchase as a ready-to-wear item from my Etsy store.
I’ve made some brighter tutu sets for Blythe dolls with hot pink tulle and a star printed bodice. Available to purchase as a ready-to-wear item from my Etsy store.