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Ladyfingers - Part 2 American Girl knit outfits for December
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Dec 4, 2011 19:31:34   #
Photo 1: Sweater with attached skirt in lilac. Hat, purse, and boots in lilac with deep purple furry yarn.

Photo 2: Same outfit as above, but with deep purple furry jacket.

Photo 3: This is a self-striping bright crayon colored yarn - love this yarn! Made a one-piece jumpsuit with pleated pant legs. Added a long tossle cap with a big pom-pom.

Photo 4: Knit the top for this dress in the "furry" metallic yarn (See one of the Tea Party Princess dresses), then switched to the self-striping crayon colored yarn for the full skirt. Made a "furry" hat brim and the crown in crayon colors.

Photo 5: Turquoise jumpsuit with multi-colored trim in open lacy stitch pattern at neckline, sleeves, and bottom of pant legs.

Photo 6: Same jumpsuit as above, except added a multi-colored jacket and big brimmed hat.

Photo 7: One of my favorites! White with pink and lavender "spots" - two piece PJ's, with short eyelash trim in lavender in stripes from neckline to waist. White pants with 3 rows of sparkly eyelash trim on the pant legs. White slippers with sparkly lavender pom-poms.
Lilac Sweater, Skirt, Hat, Purse & Boots

Lilac outfit with deep purple furry jacket

Crayon Colors Jumpsuit & Tossle Cap

Dress in Crayon Colors with Hat & Purse

Turquoise Jumpsuit with Open Lacy multi-colored trim

Turquoise Jumpsuit with Jacket & Hat

PJ's, headband & slippers - one of my favorites!

Dec 4, 2011 19:34:27   #
Love the little dress of crayon colors. Off to the resort for a New Year's celebration...
Dec 4, 2011 20:40:56   #
babybop (a regular here)
Your work is unbelieved.
Dec 4, 2011 23:44:15   #
Just saw the PJ's. That picture wasn't up yet. That is just darling and I like the jacket, hat, jumpsuit as well. You find the best yarns. It takes so little to make the outfit special...
Dec 5, 2011 07:23:49   #
patocenizo (a regular here)
Wow! You are amazing!
Dec 5, 2011 07:26:01   #
these are so cute!
Dec 5, 2011 07:52:26   #
Katsch (a regular here)
Ladyfingers, thanks for posting I always enjoy your AG oufits.
Dec 5, 2011 07:54:21   #
great outfits! :-D
Dec 5, 2011 07:57:06   #
Another fabulous wardrobe collection. I'm sure you've motivated many grannies to supply some lucky little girls with these lovely outfits for their dollies. I will be one for sure. Great niece and her cousin got to visit the AG shop last year to pick their dollies so she will be getting hers for Christmas and my gr dau who is just 2 will be getting a baby doll and some preemie outfits to star and her AG wardrobe will be collected in hiding till she's ready for the more grown up doll.
One quick question though - WHERE do you find your lovely trim yarns. Is it an on-line source or are you lucky enough to have a LYS that stocks it.
Thanks Norah
Dec 5, 2011 08:21:47   #
Those are amazing. You have been very busy. Now I have to get the printer color ink today as soon as the men leave that are cleaning our ducts. An added expense for those of us that live in the northland. It does save on the heating bill for the whole winter not to mention the dust. Then I have more time to knit if I don't have to dust every day. Elaine you are so awesome. Boy, the girls are going to love all the pictures. They will keep me busy knitting the outfits for their dolls. I also love them for my doll collection. Yes, grandma has dolls, even AG and their clones.
Dec 5, 2011 08:22:47   #
These are adorable ......did you ever think of selling your patterns ?
Dec 5, 2011 08:26:57   #
Love the doll outfits. Would you have any patterns for a 15" doll that you could share.
Dec 5, 2011 08:34:55   #
Ladyfingers, these AG outfits are awesome! Are they patterns you have given us in the past? You are so creative. If they are new, are you willing to share? They are cute, cute, and too cute!
Dec 5, 2011 08:38:18   #
Jynx... are you going a month early for the New Year Celebration?


Dec 5, 2011 09:17:23   #
The outfits are awesome as usual Ladyfingers!!!!
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