Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Headless Horseman

What do you do with a headless male BJD body?

If you are me, you create the Headless Horseman!


Sunday, October 15, 2017

Meeting Kathleen Ernst

Yesterday, I got to meet Kathleen Ernst!

She is the author of the Caroline Abbott series, as well as the Chloe Ellefson mysteries for adults.

I like both of her series!

Here is a link to her author website.

She had a book signing at Old World Wisconsin, and I was so lucky to get to go.

Guys, she is so nice.

We went to the book signing first, then put the books in the dry car because it was raining and went to Old World Wisconsin. When we got back, she recognized us and asked us about our visit.

She even let me take a picture:


It was a great experience! I am so glad I got to go!

Thursday, October 12, 2017

The Return of Tipi and Laurice!

I just noticed that you can now buy Hearts for Hearts dolls Tipi and Laurice on Amazon!

New dolls, that is, not the price-gouged ones from the original release.


I am so happy that Tipi and Laurice are available for purchase again!

Yippee!

Links:

Laurice on amazon

Tipi on amazon


Also, Rahel is now showing up on the Target website here.

Last I checked, the Hearts for Hearts dolls were available at Target stores but not online, and now Rahel at least is online.

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Dollhouse Designs patterns return!

I am happy to report that Dollhouse Designs is back!

I actually have not tried any patterns from this pattern designer, but I greatly admire them and am happy that that they are again available.

I will need to update the links for her patterns in my pattern anthologies.

You can now find her on etsy at the shop LaJolieMode

or on craftsy at Dollhouse Designs American Girl Fashions.

I love her 1930s Sleuth Dress, and the 1850s Pioneer Victorian Dress Bonnet, and the Winter Princess Nordic Nightgown.

Oh, and the 1850s Promenade Dress looks great too!

As winter comes, I will be doing more sewing, so this is exciting!

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