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Here you go with yet another mask! This time I show you a mask that was created by taking the broken parts of a red and a blue Kanohi Mahiki.
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This suit, my Halloween Costume for 2013, is the Mark 42 suit from the movie Iron Man 3.  It's mostly made of craft foam.
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Male doll look inspired by Elfgutz BJD ^^
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My Alice In Wonderland costume made for Halloween last year.
It's not exceedingly well made, and the fabric definitly came from Walmart, but it's hella-fun to wear and I'm proud of the paint work I did on the apron.
The pink lace along the apron and sleeves was colored with a sharpie because I was stupid and bought lace that wouldn't dye.
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1870's inspired bustle gown in 1/3 scale.
Pattern drafting, design and sewing done by myself.

The dress is made from grey cotton. The cream lace is a mix of vintage and antique (40-130 years old).
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Beautiful "White Sakura Blossom" kimono set for 69~63 cm boy and girl BJD. It fits perfectly SD16, SD17, SSD, Iplehouse EID and SID, and other similar size dolls.

My kimonos are vintage. All materials I'm using are authentic vintage kimono fabrics from Japan. Obi are made from real obi, obiage are made from real obiage. Obijime are handmade using Japanese kumihimo disc for braiding.

If you like my doll kimonos please visit my Etsy store "Inarisan's Crafts" [link] .

This set includes:
1. Purple nagajuban - inner layer of kimono set.
2. White "Sakura Blossom" pattern kimono.
3. Pretied obi.
4. Obijime with decoration.
5. Obiage.
6. Two cotton ties with woven flowers.

White sakura pattern kimono is made from combined silk and synthetic fiber. The lining is silk taken from original kimono lining. Very interesting is sleeves' lining - it's pure silk, very old and light, bright colors, hand fan pattern. Of course you can see only tiny part of it on the sleeves, but it's good to know about hidden beauty. That is also a Japanese tradition. Kimono decorated with flowers applications and glass pearl beads. Cotton tie added.

Bright purple nagajuban is pure silk. Very thin. Woven pattern and hand colored flowers. Nagajuban is decorated with rosy silk stitches and biser beads. No lining. Cotton tie added.
You can wear the nagajuban as separate kimono or in the other way like outer layer.

Pre-tied obi is easy to put on. It is made from real girl's obi. Why girl's obi? It has small pattern so it fits for doll. Obi band is decorated with flower, chainlets, beads and 2 bells. They are tingling!
Hand-braided obijime with obidome. Well, that's not the real obidome, but obijime's decoration anyway.
And obiage - it was sewn from real pink obiage. Shibori pattern.

If you are interesed in my doll kimonos please contact me. I'm taking orders :)
There are more kimonos at my Etsy store [link]
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This is a medieval outfit made for SD size BJD's; it is being modeled by my Happy Doll Dorothy. The gown is black velvet and has braid trim; the houpelande is silver snake brocade. The chain belt has a key and a cross hanging from it.
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This Medieval gown is made of a velour with gold and silver harlequin design and has gold trim and hand beadwork on it. The cincture is hand braided and knotted and has a clasp and key on it. It is being modeled by my vampire Soo
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I altered an American Girl clothing pattern to fit a late Tudor style- circa 1540's-1550's. I drafted a full Boleyn-style sleeve; however, due to a difficulty with the green fabric, I included a stomacher that matched the petticoat rather than the gown.
I used a French hood pattern I found online- and I printed it off at 25% and it fits 18" dolls perfectly.
This is a Christmas present for my best-friend's daughter; made out of a stretchy dark-green velour and a red faux silk.
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I made this in the fall of 2002 for an independent study art class. I was a senior in high school then. I'm rather fond of this dress. The Tudor period is one of my most favourite fashion eras, and so I made a doll dress based on fashionable clothing from about 1530. Everything is sewn completely by hand, since I didn't know how to use a sewing machine then. I made the pattern myself based on a sloper in The Dolls' Dressmaker by Venus A. Dodge, and I bought the fabric (with the exception of the plain black cotton lining and the white cotton for the chemise) in New York.

The chemise is trimmed with black featherstitching around the neckline and wrists, since black embroidery was popular on chemises at this time. The overskirt has a fairly long train, which I'm not quite sure you can see in this picture. The outfit also included crimson satin undersleeves and a French hood, but I don't know where exactly they are at the moment.

My model is an 18 inch American Girl doll.
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