Hmmm seems that I keep missing the winter part of the season :P

I have many ideas I want to make but I still need to make and test the patterns, that usually take me a long time before I make something I am satisfied with… maybe I should make Winter pattern thru the year ^^;

Haven’t taken much photos lately due to poor weather grey and cloudy with minimum light, and today I had to take some photos because I have some sewing ready.

I made some skirts and was thinking over what I should make to go with them, and thankfully whatever was made the last 2 days work with two of the skirts :)

Today was really sunny and bright, making it ideal to take photos at the corner I usually do :)

I adjusted the peasant top design to make it fit the DDII body better, the area where it sits on the hips is a little more fitted :) But I think this version will not fit the DDdy body’s curves unfortunately ^^;

Airi is wearing a variant of the peasant top design which turned out quite nice I think :) and happen to match the green skirt :3

Tsun Dere? lol

Aki <3

Really like the length of the sleeves of this new version, it happens to cover the elbow join at certain poses :)

Omake: Tsuntsun Taiga got a new painted eyes, same type as Taiga version III, I used a couple wooden beads ^^ I think I like this version of the eyes better despite it’s not 100% mirrored due to the hand painted nature, as the eye whites are clearer. Before I made these eyes, Taiga version II looked like this.

Thanks for looking :3~!

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30 Responses to Sewing Sneak Peek

  1. Taiga’s dress is just so cute~ ^o^

    Everything’s lovely I can’t wait to pick up my package from Archangeli this weekend!!

    • chun says:

      Thank you :D Taiga’s dress is an old one which I made for a slim MSD sized resin doll which I used to own lol She get the hand me downs — which I am glad of since it means she has an already rather large wardrobe waiting for her to jump into… She’s still spoilt tho as her flat-ish body means she’s a little bit easier to sew for lol! :)

  2. TRho says:

    Your stuff is amazing chun! I really love the blue set the best :D (but then I might be biased as I love the colour blue the most :D)
    It is great that you got time to do some sewing and designing ;)

    Great work!

  3. Natasha says:

    I love your stuff <3

    I was curious, do you have any advice on a sewing machine, for someone who wants to start sewing doll clothes too? ;3

    • chun says:

      Thanks~ Hmm advice is don’t buy a low end – 50-100 dollar range machine if you can help it, those break easily and you’ll be wasting money ^^; I own a janome 415 model which costed around 450 cad when I got it a few years back. It’s still running well :)

      • Laura says:

        I so agree with you Chun. My mom purchased a $100 Singer from Walmart and all it’s done is given her trouble. I have a Janome too but it’s too fancy for me. I like my featherweight very much.

        • chun says:

          Aw! I think on my Janome I used mostly the straight and zig zag that’s about it! I would love to own one of the vintage Singers in future, my mom has one but it’s in Singapore lol! I still remember the days when she was pressing the large peddle at the bottom to run the machine :)

      • Natasha says:

        Thankyou for the advice :D

        btw I forgot to mention I love your work :P You’re outfits are always so amazing <3 <3 <3

  4. Peter Leong says:

    Awwwww! They’re so cute together. Nice new outfits, too. :D

  5. Laura says:

    Chun she has one you might be right. Her looks like yours with a smile wearing the blue. No worries. My mom wanted me to make clothes for her but haven’t had time too busy with Blythe. Do you have an email list for updates set up?

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