Newest counts to my dolls. ^_^
Newest counts to my dolls. ^_^
I’ve been a little choppy in showing my dolls.
Doll #23 & 24 are apparently MIA, (oh no!) I couldn’t find their photos but do have their videos at my YouTube channel to view.
Here are dolls #28, 29 & 30! *_*
All dolls listed above have been sold and are on their way if not already to their new home. I wish them all the best and hope each doll is making someone very happy. Thank you to everyone who purchased their dolly from me – I had a fantastic time making them!
If you would like to order a doll, please email me on Etsy and I’ll see what I can do for you. ^_^
Sister dolls made for sisters. 🙂
I meant to share this a few months ago but never got to it! Here’s a little Hmong outfit I made for my little nephew. It was super simple and I was so happy to see him wear it. Cross stitch has always been very painful for me because it takes so much time! So if you are a pro at cross stitch, don’t make fun of my simple layout! =P Haha. Oh, and the orange and green are chicken feet and grass if you couldn’t tell! ^_^
She’s here! She’s here! She’s finally here! Cayla is here! That’s right, my first Hmong Doll – Cayla! My Sis in law named her and I think it’s a perfect match.
I always get really excited when I finish a project because I get to share it with everyone but this little doll just makes me so happy! When I look at Cayla, I just can’t help but admire her.
Cayla is 12 inches tall and is made from a soft knit fabric and stuffed with polyfil. She has enough clothing to make three combinations which are all removable. She also has two aprons, two headbands, a pair of cute shoes, two bracelets and a necklace. Oh, and a head full of hair! My goodness, if you read my last post, then you know how long it took me to get the hair done. -_-” All her hair is free flow, so it can be styled and played with. I will be selling this little doll at my Etsy shop and hope that a lucky little girl out there will be able to soon have Cayla to hold and play with!
The Hmong New Years are still months away but Caydi is ready to dress up for them!
Caydi’s outfit here is a “sneak peek” to some other ideas I have coming up. I have so many ideas and projects that I’m sure you are confused with what’s what! I’m sorry! >.< I’m also planning on making Cubli some clothing too, he looks so cold! Lol.
As mention in my last post I bought a dress form and have decided to name her Nicci. It’s been fun having Nicci! She’s a great model and here she is with a skirt I sewed.
This skirt was again Hmong inspired and took me two days to finish. I used four and a half yard of fabric on it. I went to Wal-Mart yesterday hoping to get more of the same fabric to make the skirt a bit more poufy but could not find it at all! I was very disappointed but it’s okay, Wal-Mart hasn’t been very reliable for me as far as fabrics. >.< I came home and decided to just space the pleats out. Instead of using a set waist measurement I did the wrap technique which is how Hmong skirts usually come. I’m very happy with it but am planning on making another one soon and this time I have enough fabric. 😉
Hope you like the new updates. 🙂 Have a great day!