I had been meaning to try to make a pair of dollfie dream size Geta, and had bought the wood planks and sticks from Daiso last year, but only got around to making them recently. ^^;

I was trying to think how I should make them,  so this is more like a “improvise-as-I-make” type project ^^;

Continue reading »

Tagged with:
 

Want to make those paper bunny ears for your own dollfie dream girls?  Here’s a quick post on how to do it :) You can probably resize the file to fit other dolls if you like :)

For this tutorial, you will need:

  1. access to a printer
  2. paper (to print the template)
  3. card stock paper (to make the actual bunny ears)
  4. scissors
  5. pencil to trace the template onto card stock paper
  6. marker or other colour paper to draw in the pink area as shown in the template

1) Save this template onto your computer, and print it out using a picture editing program.

Tagged with:
 

Been a while since I last made a tutorial, noticed that the links to the past tutorials are a bit messy (oops!)

This pattern is made to fit Dollfie Dream, feel free to adapt it for other dolls!
IMPORTANT!:
You will need to use light colour fabric or a fabric which you know will not stain your Dollfie Dream.  If you want to use a colour fabric, especially dark color fabric, please test it on a part of your doll which is not normally exposed to check if it stains.

In this tutorial, I used a dark grey cotton knit fabric which I have tested on a spare bust piece I have —  I know for sure the fabric I use will not stain my dollfie dream’s vinyl body. I have bad experience with dark sewing thread (black sewing thread especially), so I am using white thread — also, it is easier to see on photos.

http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4141/4887045505_30c1b0fb19.jpg

You will need:

  • A Dollfie Dream to lend you her leg (or a different doll if you prefer)
  • Light colour knit fabric (example thin tee-shirt material)
  • Paper
  • Eraser (in case of mistakes, or if you are going to trace with a pen after)
  • Pencil (Optional, a pen)
  • Ruler — if you prefer to make a shorter pair of socks
  • Scissors for cutting out the pattern
  • Scissors for the fabric
  • Sewing machine with light thread (not pictured above) Please use ball-point needle for knit fabric!

Continue reading »

Tagged with:
 

Now Taiga can stand on her own with some careful balancing, thanks to kips!

What is kips?

Continue reading »

Tagged with:
 

Wow time flies, it’s Halloween already! I still recall the first Halloween tutorial post which was inspired by puchicollective. :) This year, I have a simple one to share too!

For this small tutorial, you will need to have access to a colour printer (preferably), paper, scissors and craft glue or double sided tape.

This template will fit blythes, Licca and dolls with similar sized hands.

1) Save this template onto your computer, and print it out using a picture editing program.

Continue reading »

Dedicated to our santa’s little helpers!

This pattern is made to fit blythes, feel free to adapt it for other dolls!
You will need to use fabrics with a slight stretch for this particular project. You can also make a sleeping cap from this pattern. Use your imagination! :D

Continue reading »

Time sure flies! We know Christmas is coming very soon by all the decorations around, and Christmas themed music playing at the malls and such!

Make some Xmas Stockings for your dolls!

Continue reading »

Tagged with:
 

Happy Halloween!
I realized that not everyone has a working printer at home, so I came up with a step by step tutorial to make a customized “printer-free” template if you wish to make some wings in a similar fashion from the previous tutorial. You can use your imagination to create some unique wings for your dolls, even after halloween! :)

1) To make the template, draw a line using a ruler and pencil near the side of a piece of paper.

Continue reading »

Halloween is approaching fast! When I saw what puchicollective had came up with for the festivities, I was very inspired! With permission, I present to you this little freebie from puppy52doll as well :)

Hopefully this pictorial tutorial will allow you to make a little something for you and your dolls’ enjoyment!

This template will fit blythes, Lati yellow and dolls with similar shoulder size and height.

1) Save this template onto your computer, and print it out using a picture editing program.

Continue reading »

Tagged with:
 

This is a pattern for Blythes. It is one of the first patterns I made when I got my first blythe! The end product will fit Licca dolls or similar size dolls as well.
1) Save this pattern onto your computer, and print it out using a picture editing program.
 

Continue reading »

Set your Twitter account name in your settings to use the TwitterBar Section.