Sunday, April 15, 2018

I've Been a Busy Bee

I've been working pretty steadily on catching up on the shop. I have, over the past 3 years, knit a tremendous amount of doll clothing without posting anything about it here or my personal blog, Beadknitter Gallery. I wasn't ready to publish them, to be honest. I didn't really have a definite plan or look I was trying to achieve until recently. Now that I've got my act together, so to speak, I've added 2 new outfits for the Tonner Ellowyne line of dolls to the shop and have more to come.

This first outfit is knit with a Mohair/Silk blend yarn.

I think it turned out very elegant with the lace ruffled collar and hem, both with tiny little glass seed beads knit right into the fabric. It comes with the hat and jewelry too.

This little outfit makes Amber ready for spring.

I especially love the way the hat turned out. I decorated it with paper flowers and a pink bow.

Both of these are available in Wool In The Wilde on Etsy.

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