Ok, we’re more than halfway done with our “trip” to Japan. Still to come: sashiko quilting and some furnishings, a skirt-style hakama to wear with a yukata, and celebrating the New Year. As I put all of these on my calendar and schedule the posts, it’s amazing how quickly the holidays will be upon us. Wanna know what I asked Santa for?
I actually wanted the one in the hat outfit below, but it’s been sold out for a while and Santa couldn’t find it. Also he mentioned something like, “Why do you care what outfit it comes in? You’re just going to rip off the clothes and leave them in the box forever anyway!”
Hmmm. I see his point. And I bet you can guess what I’ll be making first for my Christmas doll… 🙂
Ok, back to dolls I DO have already!
So this is my favorite outfit in this whole collection, and I was saving it for later, but decided to post it now. This peasant-style outfit consists of “straw” sandals, monpe pants and a hippari jacket made with boro-style quilting. The “little ragamuffin” look can be so endearing on dolls, and is perfect for Little Darling’s wistful face.