Tiny Dresses From My Imaginary Rose Garden

I’ve been in teeny tiny creative mode lately, and I seem to be hooked on pink roses.  Here are the latest ensembles to come from my studio: two dress/hat sets for Amelia Thimble and Izzy, and a new dress/hat set for Pukipuki.

rose garden dresses in hand 435

All three dresses ended up coordinating nicely together, so I took a group picture of my three tinies all dressed up.  Sorry about Amelia Thimble’s strange pose; she was in an animated mood during the photo shoot and refused to stand still unless I held her.  Izzy and Sugar behaved like tiny angels.

dolls rose garden dresses 352

cottage roses 376

my pink rose garden 356

tiny roses abloom 399

rose garden hats 384

rose garden dresses hangers 409

For more information on these three dress/hats sets, please visit my “Available for Sale” page on cindyricedesigns.com .

4 thoughts on “Tiny Dresses From My Imaginary Rose Garden

  1. Jeanne

    Oh good, this post is still up! I wanted to comment on it, but was worried that I had missed the window of when it would be up.
    THIS POST, Cindy, is one similar to the one that I first saw last year and it was what caught my eye so much! That first picture of those three little dresses in the palm of your hand, says it all. How tiny your sweet little dresses are! I LOVE that picture. It should be your “theme” picture, because it captures at one glance what you make!
    Those 3 sweet little dresses are so adorable. I don’t think I could pick a favorite, but I’m a little partial to the one with the flowers around the hem, almost like a border print. These are SO cute and so tiny. You make the prettiest things!
    I hope you are knitting away today and will have something new for all of us to look at soon!
    Blessings, Jeanne

    1. Cindy Rice Post author

      Hi Jeanne. YOU are so very sweet! Thank you for your kind words. It’s been such a dreary week here and I was starting to feel a bit blue, but your comments picked me up.

      My Facebook banner photo is in need of a refresh. It’s not often I have more than one dress finished at a time. Thanks for the idea and thank you sooo much for the gift of your words. They mean a lot. 🙂

  2. Marina

    Awww, Cindy my dear, you have done it again– as Jeanne so beautifully put it. Your roses are delectable; the standard to which I aspire. Sweet dresses. Also love the adorable little spring bonnets in crochet. A Feast for the knitter’s eye. Thank you, Cindy. You rock!

    1. Cindy Rice Post author

      Hi Marina. Thank you SO much for your kind words. I don’t ever seem to tire of “growing” roses with my embroidery thread. They are so much easier to care for than the real thing. I am afraid my thumb isn’t too green even though I do try.


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