I needed several tries to find the perfect row where Toasty's skirt begun but now I have it. And I even managed to write down the pattern for her skirt and her boots!
The boots are removable, the dress not.
I'm really really happy with how Toasty turned out. Her face and hair, the parts that are so hard for me, are just like I imagined and I wouldn't change anything about them.
WOW! totally recognisable as a Lalaloopsy (and I've only ever had them pointed out I passing) really nice work, looks really professional and neat :3 the hair looks brilliant, definitely borrowing some ideas from you there ;D
I should really stop commenting on so much of your stuff... but they pop up in my feed and I'm sworn to comment and encourage and compliment everyone I can!
Please don't be sorry. I'm happy about every comment!
I'm really glad you like her. Hope you have some use for the hair-idea for your own dolls.
The face and hair are also my biggest problems. I have a hard time getting the eyes just were I want them. The
problem with lalaloopsies is that if the eyes are even one stitch off it makes the whole ting look strange. Yours
looks great though!
Awww thank you so much! Her cuffs were very easy, I just glued a stand of that thick yarn from her hair around the wrist.
Pinning the buttons for her eyes into place and pinning the outline of her mouth was a big help for me. That gave me the chance to rearrange everything.
I also glues the eyes into place because sewing on crocheted material is very tricky.
I'm really glad you like her face though.
I see. It surely is easier to sew the face on before decreasing and stuffing but I would be lost this way, not knowing where to place what. I sew the face on even after the hair is made. And I rearrange it ten times.
Aw thank you!