Have I made the slip into creepy doll lady? Maybe, but I have yet to have human to doll conversations, take them grocery shopping or kiss them goodnight (so I think we’re still good). I am looking at this as my inner fashion designer screaming out on a miniature scale!
I kept my outfits pretty doll casual.
A punchy pair of check coolots made from a vintage Simplicity doll pattern, the pattern is from the 50/60’s but somehow mine came out so very vanilla ice/fly girl 90’s. Paired up with the forever classic tuxedo shirt. I made the tee using a modified (to fit her) version of the PUCHICOLLECTIVE blythe t-shirt pattern.
I topped it off with a tiny iron on transfer of my Ravelry bag design contest submission “having a ball ” OK, I didn’t talk much about this during the contest or even after, I wasn’t a finalist or runner up and in all probability not even in the top hundreds for the contest, so maybe the humor in a tuxedo BAG wasn’t for everybody, but I think I just brought the cheesy tuxedo shirt, to an eleven, I LOVE IT! Formal enough to get you in, without being too over the top.
Another t-shirt made using the PUCHICOLLECTIVE pattern, this time finished with little pankunchi.
I also whipped her up a mini Ravelry tote. She was feeling too lazy for pants!
I modified the t-shirt pattern from PUCHICOLLECTIVE yet again, this time adding length to make it into a t-shirt dress, complete with a magnificent neck bow made out of the same knit material for dramatic effect!
Next fashion Show is a HALLOWEEN PARTY! The thread is up and running, wont you come play? Haunting Hour runs Oct 27 – Oct 31!