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Week without the pattern?

My dear friends,

Just a short note to let everyone know, that this week will not be bale to post new pattern. My two nieces are coming for a visit and will have hands full πŸ˜‰ Can’t wait for their arrival tomorrow!

That doesn’t mean I haven’t been busy making some new things. Started two projects last week.

Barbapapa and his family:

Barbapapa & Barbamama - 2So far have only Papa and Mama. Neither one of them is finished yet but to give you an idea on what I was working at. Hope that some of you will remember Barbapapa and his cartoon adventures on how to fit into men’s world πŸ™‚ More about Barbapapa, Barbamama and their seven children when pattern will be done! They will get one post just about them

Here is one more of nice Barbapapa family photos.

Barbapapa & Barbamama - 1Β The next project that was started last week, as well, was inspired by LalaOopsie dolls. So far have doll’s body done. Hair half done….and still have to think of and work on dress, shoes, pet and little sister, right!?

O,Opsie <3 - 1Β As you can see, there is still lots of work to do on this one. Wanted to let you see and have idea on how the doll will look like when finished.O,Opsie <3 - 2Will try to finish one of these two patterns by Sunday, latest Monday evening. Eventually both of the patterns will be posted, but if there are some preferences on witch one to publish first, let me know. πŸ™‚

Wishing you all great and happy week!

35 thoughts on “Week without the pattern?

  1. I have been looking for a doll pattern to make for my Great-Granddaughter and the Laloopsy doll would be so perfect. Can’t wait to see it. love carol

    1. Hi Carol,
      Lalaoopsy is almost finished! πŸ™‚ Have just few details to finish on the dress and write down readable the pattern. This week you will be able to start making one for your great-granddaughter πŸ™‚

  2. c’est trΓ©s jolie

    1. Thank you Tapou πŸ™‚

  3. Can’t wait to het my hands on the Laloopsy pattern. I’m crocheting dolls to donate to Operation Cuddle Buddy, a non profit that sends dolls to kids who have lost their toys due to any kind of situation, disaster, homelessness etc. These would be great for that, as well as the Karla doll. Thanks for sharing your wonderful patterns.

    1. Hello Kweenie and thank YOU!
      Thank you for being so kind and generous for making dolls for such a great cause. Will try to look for a badge and link of Operation Cuddle Buddy, in case some would like to donate a handmade doll themselves.
      I am sure many would like that πŸ™‚
      Glad I could help with this humble donation placing my patterns available for public use.

      1. Sandra, the button is on!
        Should have done it month ago, when got your mail, but didn’t know how to make it work πŸ˜€
        Thank you once again for your generosity and god luck with your work. Hope there will be some nice people visiting this blog that would like to participate and help with dolls as well.

        did I baptized you to Kweenie? πŸ˜€ Oh, what can I say! Am silly sometimes. Sorry!

      2. Thank you so much for adding the button. That means a lot. I have some Karla dolls almost done and will send pictures.
        Kweenie and I are friends, she and I seem to think alike!

      3. Sandra you are very welcome,
        Have some dolls here as well that will send to Cuddle Buddies, and will try to make few more. Looking forward seeing your Little Karla πŸ™‚

  4. I love the Lalaloopsy! Can’t wait to see her done.
    So far I have made three Karla dolls and seven hats!
    Will send you pictures when I am done.

  5. I loooooove Lalaloopsy!!! Have fun with your nieces πŸ™‚

    1. πŸ˜€ those Oopsies are really sweet! And the pattern is easy, you’ll see!
      Thank you!
      Yes, can’t wait for Karla (2) and Ida (4) to come tomorrow. Really am looking forward to see them and play with them.

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