My latest obsession is crocheting and knitting doll clothes. If you know how to crochet and/or knit it's lots of fun and much easier and quicker than making clothes for adults or children. I've made plenty of stuff for myself but making clothes for my dolls is fast and economical.
Here are some photos. Hope you enjoy them.
Chelsea and Courtney look so cute in their new dresses. It's a shame Mattel doesn't make any decent clothes for these dolls.
Lauryce. That sweater was supposed to be for a Barbie or LIV doll but as you can see it came out way too big. I knitted it.
Ashlynn and Gru are in love. Stuart the Minion approves.
This dress and matching bag were also knitted. The dress was originally for a Bratz doll but fits Ever After High dolls as well. The pattern can be found here: http://www.stickatillbarbie.se/. Lots of knit patterns for dolls can be found on this website.
This dress came out a little too big for Sasha so I'm going to put it on another doll.
This sweater is supposed to be for a Bratz boy doll but I like it better on Nikki.
I haven't made much for the Monster High dolls. They can wear most of the hats I made.
The sweaters on Barbie and Raquelle I made by adjusting the Christmas ornament sweater pattern. The short sweater on the My Scene doll in the backis from a pattern on http://www.stickatillbarbie.se/.
http://www.ravelry.com/. They were originally for Barbies but they came out too big so now the Moxie Teenz can wear them.
This is J-Doll Piazza Cavalli. She's wearing a pair of shorts I crocheted. I didn't use a pattern because I couldn't find one on the internet.
Tinkerbell and Periwinkle are my favorite new dolls. I didn't have patterns to work from for these dresses.