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Doll Bleuette/Rosette/MoMo/AND LIKE DOLLS Clothes
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Aug 18, 2012 20:46:54   #
Annna723
 
Hi I'm looking to Crochet/etc for my little 10 5/8" dolls Bleuette's. I'm rather stuck on how to's etc. need pattern helps to make clothes for them... Any other Doll lovers and maker of Crochet Doll clothes???
I have a little professionally crochet dress I was trying to figure out ... no luck yet.. Also a jacket, etc some patterns.
Older Antique and newer patterns..
I struggled thru socks a bit sloppy but they work.. crochet is so forgiving..
I would love to make the little dresses, I have on my wish list and look at often... to be able to make with a little cardigan/jacket.. not good enough myself to do the pineapple.


 
Aug 19, 2012 08:12:04   #
Leonora
 
Hi, I crochet lots of different sized dolls clothes. Send me a PM with what you want to know. If I can help I will. Leonora.
Aug 19, 2012 09:10:54   #
amudaus
 
Oh so pretty.
Aug 19, 2012 16:56:40   #
MaggiePringlemeir
 
Hi, Ladies --

I have a Bleuette and a Daisyette -- both 10 1/2 inches, made for me by reknown doll artist Sue Wing. I also have a pair of MINI Bleuette -- 6 1/4 inches as well as my dear little Hitty, also 6 1/4. (Daisy is normally about 18 inches -- but I chose the Daisyette so that she'd be the same size as her cousin, Bleuette. After all, even a doll needs a friend!)

I would LOVE to find patterns for this size dollies. My personal choice is for KNIT patterns -- I CAN crochet but prefer to knit. What can I say? I'm just not a hooker and I LIKE my sharp pointy sticks!

Anyhoo -- anybody interested in this size dolls in KNIT -- please drop me a note. Maybe we can collaberate.

Warm hugs and woofs,
Maggie & macTaggart

ps -- original patterns (including a few for knit and crochet) are available at The Bleu Door online.
Aug 24, 2012 10:44:47   #
Annna723
 
Hi Yep I do go to The Blue Door and the patterns are nice.. but French and there are other copy drawbacks.. ?? on crochet/knit patterns no instructions. I do like the one dress the square collar is very attractive // but no patterns instructions.
Sue Wing is familiar also.. I know Daisy had to be young at one time and I agree with you the smaller size for them both is more desireable than Daisy being so big...
I don't have any Bambino yet tho...
Several Bleuette's by different artists & I do have my favorites... I love Oriental and would love to get a Asian doll Bleuette size.. I have a few outfits in the works.
I'd like to calaberate with you .. I've much to share.
Ann Chg. email me @ entreat2@yahoo.com I look forward to our girls getting 2 B email friends...

Hi, Ladies -- I have a Bleuette and a Daisyette -- both 10 1/2 inches, made for me by reknown doll artist Sue Wing. I also have a pair of MINI Bleuette -- 6 1/4 inches as well as my dear little Hitty, also 6 1/4. (Daisy is normally about 18 inches -- but I chose the Daisyette so that she'd be the same size as her cousin, Bleuette. After all, even a doll needs a friend!)
I would LOVE to find patterns for this size dollies. My personal choice is for KNIT patterns -- I CAN crochet but prefer to knit. What can I say? I'm just not a hooker and I LIKE my sharp pointy sticks!
Anyhoo -- anybody interested in this size dolls in KNIT -- please drop me a note. Maybe we can collaberate.
Warm hugs and woofs, Maggie & macTaggart ps--original patterns (including a few for knit and crochet) are available at The Bleu Door online.
Aug 24, 2012 10:58:45   #
Annna723
 
Hi Leonora, I'd appreciate any assist with my questions and how to's .. I hit reply but don't know how to reply privately.
So if you can please just email me at entreat2@yahoo.com we can talk doll clothes. I also have 2 Kew pie, story book (really small dolls) 13/14 " Rosette / Bru dolls also... LOL so when I make items if they are to big no problem the other dolls get them... be flexable right.. My favorite are the Bleuette size dolls tho. & I'd rather put time in on getting them the outfits and finishing their projects... Thanks Ann Chg

Hi, I crochet lots of different sized dolls clothes. Send me a PM with what you want to know. If I can help I will. Leonora.
 
          
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