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Re: Knit and Crochet for Your Dolls

Postby richila » Sat Mar 08, 2014 3:26 pm

CrazyYoungCatLady wrote:Wow, gorgeous work everyone!

On a side note- does anyone have patterns they'd like to share? I didn't write down the pattern for Merrill's skirt, but I'll probably make another and write it down.

I get most of my crochet patterns from this website:
http://byhookbyhand.blogspot.com/
She creates patterns for crochet dolls of different sizes and complete wardrobes for them. I use a miniature version of her teacup spirit doll wardrobe to make clothes for my Micros.
Teacup Spirit is Pukipuki size; Free Spirit is around Blythe size; Pocket Spirit is close to Pukifee or Lati Yellow;
Of course, you can change the size of any pattern by using larger or smaller yarn and hooks. I especially love her sideways bodice patterns.
There are also patterns for knit dolls and clothing-but I can't do tiny knitting, yet.
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Re: Knit and Crochet for Your Dolls

Postby CrazyYoungCatLady » Sat Mar 08, 2014 6:35 pm

Thanks for the link Richila! I've seen your dolls on the BJD Sewing and Creating group on Facebook. Those little outfits must take a lot of patience to make!
Do you have any idea what that will do to my complexion? People will mistake me for a planetarium!

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Re: Knit and Crochet for Your Dolls

Postby Aeilia » Sat Mar 08, 2014 10:08 pm

zirconmermaid wrote:I posted the patterns here a while ago - and I had to torture Chibi Ivan with the Bikini!

I am always impressed by all the talent here! Especially knitters. I can't do it - and I really have tried. And Richila, don't forget Cordies amazing wig - in your avatar!


I'm totally the opposite, just can't crochet hardly at all, except for very basic stuff. I love everyone's little crochet outfits!
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Re: Knit and Crochet for Your Dolls

Postby Aeilia » Sat Mar 08, 2014 10:16 pm

richila wrote:I get most of my crochet patterns from this website:
http://byhookbyhand.blogspot.com/
She creates patterns for crochet dolls of different sizes and complete wardrobes for them. I use a miniature version of her teacup spirit doll wardrobe to make clothes for my Micros.
Teacup Spirit is Pukipuki size; Free Spirit is around Blythe size; Pocket Spirit is close to Pukifee or Lati Yellow;
Of course, you can change the size of any pattern by using larger or smaller yarn and hooks. I especially love her sideways bodice patterns.
There are also patterns for knit dolls and clothing-but I can't do tiny knitting, yet.


Richila, your little outfits are amazing!.. and I love all the lovely colour combinations. Thanks for the link.

If anyone else knits, most of my patterns come from http://www.dollswestdesigns.com/
Her free pattern are here: http://www.dollswestdesigns.com/Free_Patterns.htm
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Re: Knit and Crochet for Your Dolls

Postby CrazyYoungCatLady » Sun Mar 09, 2014 4:02 pm

I made this dress last night.

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Do you have any idea what that will do to my complexion? People will mistake me for a planetarium!

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Re: Knit and Crochet for Your Dolls

Postby Janeway » Sun Sep 11, 2016 6:18 am

Very nice dress. Love the color.
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Re: Knit and Crochet for Your Dolls

Postby zirconmermaid » Sun Sep 11, 2016 9:24 pm

Nice to see some activity in this thread! I recently picked up a new pattern to try, for gloves in Hazel size!
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