Last week I showed you my Christmas ensembles from 2014. I was able to finish quite a few last year, but not as many as I would like to complete this year; after all they are the my favorite holiday themed ensembles to create.
So, last year wasn’t bad, but this is what happens when I don’t start early enough, plan ahead, have a goal, etc. You get the picture. These are from 2012 and 2013 with most being made for Amelia Thimble, so are tiny and much quicker to make. I plan on doing much better this year!
Patience got her one and only (so far) fun Christmas set in 2013.
I made two Christmas ensembles for Kish Bethany in 2012. This first one is more formal than the one my blonde Bethany is wearing. I think that this was probably the first sweater I made out of the mohair/silk lace yarn that I use so much now.
This was the second outfit that I made for my then new (2013) Pukipuki Sugar doll from Fairyland. I was tickled pink at how the jingle bell stayed on her hand due to the tiny magnets embedded in her palms.
And Amelia Thimble got a dress to match Sugar’s.
In 2013, I discovered that taking photos in front of our Christmas tree looked rather pretty, don’t you think?
This dress for Amelia was meant to look like she was wearing a wrapped present in unique Christmas colors. I took my color inspiration from the tiny wrapped present props.
Here’s another made with a unique Christmas color palette and embroidered with red and pink poinsettias.
And another in blue with holly and pink Christmas roses.
The green dress for Amelia was made to be a Christmas tree with tiny embroidered ornaments on it. I even painstakingly embroidered tiny gold loops so that the ornaments could hang from the ribbon garland. By the way, it is not fun at all to embroider with metallic thread. I’ve never used it again, that is how much “fun” it is.
I’ve always loved pink poinsettias!
As you can see, I made lots of Christmas sets for Amelia Thimble.
Doesn’t that snowy background look lovely? Well, maybe not yet…
Bye for now, and thank you so much for reading along with me and looking at the Christmas photos of my past work. No wonder Amelia Thimble is a spoiled little thing!
Oh, and enjoy the last official day of summer!!!