For those interested, I have been waiting for new eyes to continue production of the bunnies. They have now arrived, although I am a little unsure whether they are the right size.
I seem to be spending more time sewing that anything else right now. I am simply in love with that book... So here is a cat, all ready to go play. She's made from re-cycled wool (an old coat of mine, actually). The dress is a kitchen towel.
Here is Tag-a-Long Doll, also from the Wee Wonderful book. These patterns are so addictive! I can't stop making new dolls. Already planning another one.
I'm hoping this will also teach me some useful skills for my own dollmaking. I have lots of ideas. But first I will make another batch of bunnies.
I have finally finished the bunnies I started a few weeks back. They will go up for sale in my Etsy shop tomorrow!
Something is due to arrive in my household.
This will be in Swedish, sorry.
Just som min gamla hederliga symaskin (av ett visst tyskt märke) bestämt sig för att börja krångla - givetvis mitt i ett viktigt uppdrag! - så utlyser Symaskineriet en tävling. Titta här!
I've now basically finished the three I made for myself: Hanami, Monomi and Riang.
I forgot to update.
Two Una-na girls are finished. They just need some clothes. I am almost done with the other two, except for attaching the legs.
I've also made an amigurumi dog as a birthday gift for my friend Jenny. The pattern is from the Kyuuto Japanese Amigurumi book.
Det här är egentligen en utmaning för alla som syr. Hälsa på hos Beas barnslikheter och läs mer. Vi börjar idag!
Jag räknar in mina Una-na-figurer i denna utmaning eftersom jag började med dem alldeles nyligen och dessutom använder tyg från min "stash". Såhär långt har jag kommit nu.