P.J.

I have been working on a new pattern– p.j.

  This little gal loves her blankie– which wraps up and easily buttons to keep her in.

She isn't so big– like 8" tall and her blankie is 12 X 12. Flannel on one side- cotton on other. Snuggly.  This time around I used a vintage sheet with fleece for her hair {love that i found that}  Her pajamas are an eyelet lace with of course a ribbon tie.  Her ponies wouldn't be cute without little ties either.  So, what are your thoughts?

Now come the insecure questions–

* does she need a little pink on her cheeks?

* are her ponies too big?  if you haven't noticed though– features have been over exagerated lately, so maybe she fits right in.

* does she need a mouth?

* face too big? again, with the big features. hee hee

let me know what you think– and i'll play a little bit more with her.

I mean, make her different. lol

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  1. Michelle

    4 August

    She’s adorable — I love those little pigtails!
    .-= Michelle´s last blog .. =-.

  2. Amanda Rose

    4 August

    I think she needs some pink on her cheeks but thats it!

  3. She is adorable! I love making little dollies with their blankets. I think she needs pink cheeks. If I were making this I would make her eyes a bit smaller, I would round the white bottom portion of her face so there would be a place for a small mouth. I love that she doesn’t have arms or legs. I really do not like making arms and legs.
    .-= Robin (RsIslandCrafts)´s last blog ..More Aprons =-.

  4. Marianne

    7 August

    I’m thinking … she needs arms and legs. A mom might explain to her little girl that she is disabled but with all 4 limbs missing it might be tough to take. I love the sleeping face and the ponies are cute as is. Is she attached to her blankie?

  5. Joyce

    8 August

    She is gorgeous. I think she needs dome pink cheeks.

  6. bmlay

    8 August

    She is so cute! She reminds me of the pocket dolls I had as a child. Little girls will love them without arms and legs.
    Great job.

  7. Dee

    17 August

    I think she looks adorable the way she is.
    Any little girl would be happy to take her
    for a good night sleep.

  8. posse boss

    17 August

    thanks dee. she is snuggly isn’t she?

  9. Mary

    19 August

    Oh she is cute, no need for arms, she reminds me of a baby all snug in a receiving blanket. I’d try and see what she’ll look like with the white fabric for her face a bit longer – it’s cut too short, maybe pink on cheeks and a line for lips. Love the sleeping eyes. Adorable. Hair is cute too. Like the blanket, my daughter loves to wrap her babies in blankets..

  10. Betty

    24 August

    I like your dolly. I have a suggestion you may like to try on her, I made a sock doll some years ago and she has cute heart that I made from red felt as her mouth.She still attracts my eye as she sits in a basket in my home.

  11. posse boss

    25 August

    that would be cute! i will give it an audition….

  12. sheila

    9 April

    I think she is pretty cute. Her pony tails are probably ok that size but i think she needs a mouth.

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