Monday, October 31, 2011

Amish Couple

These dolls were created using Jean Greenhowes "Little Dumplins men and women" patterns.
All you need is a little imagination and color changes.
Her cap is made out of the " Mascot" collection from the Nurse doll.

The dolls do not have faces due to the Amish peoples belief.........
 Amish people do not believe in using mirrors or photographs and the faceless dolls represent this belief.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Little Croaker

 This little Frog, is a smaller version of our Large Croaker, we call him Little Croaker!  He is about 61/2 inches when finished, Not including those cute dangle legs!!  Knitted flat and seamed, legs are worked up in Icords , instructions included in file if you have never made an icord.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Tiny Tina pumpkin Girl

I named her Tiny Tina, because she is only 4 1/2 inches tall finished, her pumpkin is 1 1/4 inches tall, her smock is hand knitted, with little duplicate stitched flowers.  These little mini dolls are part of my personal collection.

Monday, October 3, 2011

NEW Pet Parade Spookies

Everybody loves a Pet parade, well these little cuties are dressed in Halloween costumes and ready for All hallows eve. Cute at 5 inches tall, quick and easy to make. Wont your kids be surprised with there treat bag this year!! Great for friends and co-workers too!

Pattern includes all five animals, a Vampire kitty, a Mummy bear, a Zombie puppy, a devilish Monkey , and a skeleton Bunny. I have also includes a BONUS Amigurumi pattern for you, which is included in the file.

This pattern may be purchased at my Ravelry store,or our Etsy shop.