Sewing doll’s clothes

Sadly, I think I’ve developed knitter’s or tennis elbow. :-\ Β Sharp pain has developed on my right forearm near the elbow… It is painful to even use chopsticks or spoon during meal time so I am taking a break from knitting.

It is coming close to 2 weeks now, I’m resting up but still doing some stuff here and that like light sewing.

In my previous post I mentioned that I sucked at sewing doll’s clothes, I just wanted to try it again. I used some t-shirts that my friendsΒ donated to me for crafting purposes and also some fabrics I bought from my Japan trip, so glad that the materials are really easy to sew with. Umeko has been busy being my model heh…

Her painted feet are getting sticky even after I clean them and the paint is starting to worn off. I hope I can remove the paint or something…

Pic 1 : I dug up some mini felt animals from my old old stash of crafts. They are Pocket Friends! I used to make little pocket bunnies for Blythes, they were delightful ❀ I am glad I still have some of them left.

Pic 2 : More of an artistic shot featuring the fabric play on the dress. These are all very new to me but I’ve always envy doll tailors who sew them very well. πŸ™‚ I really like working with t-shirt material~ ❀

Pic 3 : Sail with Umeko~ Cute nautical theme going on there. ^^

Pic 4 : Not doll photo haha I went to queue for McCafe’s Nanoblock toy when it launched on Monday. I’m not a person who loves queueing but I’d do it for my husband’s collection πŸ˜› The queue wasn’t super long but still better to get there earlier, when the special edition McDonald’s Nanoblock set came out last week, it was sold out within an hour. That’s a little crazy. :-\ Everyone was rushing and the queue system was a mess.