Patience and Amelia Thimble (both from Wilde Imagination) are so very excited to show you their new “sister” outfits.
They love their super soft knitwear that I hand knit out of lace weight kid mohair/silk yarn in a shade of pink that reminds me of cotton candy. I hand embroidered little forget-me-nots in shades of floss to match the print in Patience’s dress. I gave Amelia an extra flower on her dress, my interpretation of the multi-petaled mum like pink flower. They are happy girls, can you tell?
I tucked my delicate new cotton cluny lace between a fold in the skirt. Love this lace!
I think the colors in this print (Hope Chest by Josephine Kimberling) are so pretty for fall. The pinks and turquoise blues are muted just enough for autumn. The terracotta, rust, and green are more typical for this time of year. I love all of these colors together! I am always looking for fall color palettes to have “pretty” colors in them. I typically do not like complete earth tone color palettes.
Amelia says, “Thanks for stopping by!” “Love you guys!”
Both of these OOAK outfits are now available on my website.
Wonderful, Cindy! May I buy both, please? Carol
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Hi Carol, Yes, of course you may and thank you!!! Don’t you love pink on these girls? Invoice coming.
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Gostaria de comprar as duas bonequinhas, como faço? Sou de São Paulo, Brasil
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Lo siento. Las muñecas no están en venta. wildeimagination.com vende estas muñecas.
Just beautiful. Love the turquoise hints. Best wishes, Carina
Hi. Carina. Thank you. I am drawn to all shades and tints of turquoise. Love it! Thanks for your comment.
Patience is so precious! You do beautiful work! How can you embroider on lace knits without puckering?
Hi and thank you. I’ve never had a problem. I am embroidering on stockinette fabric not lace fabric. If I were embroidering on lacy, holey fabric that would probably be more difficult.
I’m absolutely enchanted. Simply the most beautiful dresses ever knit—and I’m somewhat of an expert on dresses!