Cleaning and organizing my craft room always involves finishing some projects and alterations. Tonight I added three more patches to the never-ending cat skirt. About three years ago I bought a simple, white, eyelet skirt at the Gap, figuring it would be fine for work. Then I realized it needed a little more length so … Continue reading Never Ending Cat Skirt.
Over a year ago I bought two kinds of fake fur when lining and updating my vintage coat. Last summer, when making a Gothic Emily Doll for my friend Emily I saw a capelette pattern at Yuzawaya while I was trim shopping. It looked like it'd be a great way to use up my black … Continue reading Capelette: I’m ready to be extra at your funeral.
I hope to get better photos at the show on Sunday but here we go! RomaFest is this Sunday. I am having some strong imposter syndrome feelings but I know I love to dance. I didn't have time to make something from scratch nor the money to buy anything that would be of the same … Continue reading Costume Finished!
I'm doing fairly well with the "finish it" goal of February and so-so on the frugal one. Diana Prince, the groovy boutique owning super spy WW with no powers, is almost finished. Removed the Barbie lining of her jacket and I relined with leftover kimono silk from my own jacket re-lining project last year. She … Continue reading Diana Prince pt 2
My plan, after being diagnosed with conjunctivitis on Sunday, was to rest as much as possible on Monday (which I don't work) and return to working at the elementary school on Tuesday. I'd still be contagious for two weeks but could prevent spread by washing my hands often/not touching my eye/ touching no one and … Continue reading Finishing the quilt: best laid plans
For the last week and few days my mother has been here (and we've traveled to Vietnam) so crafting hasn't been my highest priority. Tomorrow she heads back to America and the Craftsmas resumes. It's time to line this scrap quilt I made last year. When spring of 2018 started coming I stopped after I … Continue reading Quilt
Let’s move along to finished projects I should have told you about ages ago. My Aggretsuko Blythe! Just in time for the Netflix Christmas Special!! Her face just wasn’t right last time. I realized that it was because I’d given her lips. Red pandas have mouths that pop out from under white fur. That issue … Continue reading Aggretsuko!
Ariel's hair abides. It's magical. I don't know chemically or structurally what makes her red Disney Animator Doll hair so impervious to abuse but I am thankful for it. It doesn't suffer the frizzled bent shape that plagues other matted colors. It bounces back. You soak, untangle, and go. Here are two from the box … Continue reading BoxDoll: Ariel’s Blessed Hair.
I'm still here! I'm just preparing to make a tutorial and some free patterns for Teen Titans Go eyemasks.
Doll magazines have a lot of jargon that I’m just starting to grasp. Dolly*Dolly magazines have a lot of clothing patterns for dolls but they usually refer to the specific doll it was designed for...which means I'm trying to learn about other doll bodies to know what will work on my dolls. One of the … Continue reading SD Jargon & Closet Freak Doll Trunk