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It’s Beer Time!!!! Happy OctoberFest!

This year I decided to celebrate the October Fest and drink a mug of beer accompanied with two of my little dolls. Last two months have been rather stressful and fun these two little ones brought in just few days is priceless!

I am still smiling and here is why:


Meet Helga and Hans! They are both German, come form Munich and are OctoberFest fans!

Both dolls are made using FairyDoll’s pattern. Slight changes have been made on arms length, hair. Hans has more changes than Helga, because of the trousers but both of the patterns are easy and pretty fast to do. Both are must have for your collection. Both of the patterns are finished and written for you to start working and making your very own Helga and Hans.

Here are some closeups of both dolls:

DSC_0017DSC_0016DSC_0015You have to admit that Hans is very handsome fellow! His mustaches and great looking, very fashionable haircut are absolutely irresistible! šŸ˜€

While making this pattern, as I wanted to create real OctoberFest spirit. OctoberFest can’t be OctoberFest without beer and pretzels (but pretzel pattern I forgot, sorry), that is why I tried to make arms moveable a little in order for them to hold the mugs.

Dolls are small (15 cm high), this joining the arms is very simple and works fine on such small dolls. I have prepared little photo tutorial for you as well. In order to see and have better view, ope the photo and zoom in (for better text reading). Use this photo together with the pattern for better understanding how to add arms to your dolls.

Attaching arms on small dollsPattern for the dolls you can find here:Ā Helga and Hans

I hope I haven’t made too many mistakes while writing and editing the pattern, but if such occur, please feel free to write and ask for help.

DSC_0012Hope you have enjoyed seeing these two little ones! Wishing you all wonderful end of the week and blessed weekend ahead!

Cheers from

Helga, Hans and Vanja


19 thoughts on “It’s Beer Time!!!! Happy OctoberFest!

  1. sweet, just sweet.
    Regards Beate

    1. Thank you very much Beate šŸ™‚

  2. Prosit! šŸ™‚

  3. You had me at beer, Vanja! šŸ˜‰ I love them and all the details you have put in–Helga’s hairdo, Hans’ mustache (oh, the mustache is priceless!), and those tiny beer mugs! Sweeeet! šŸ˜€

    1. Haha…glad you like them. They are fun couple to see. Also can’t tell you how happy I am you feel the same about handsome Hans’s mustaches šŸ˜€
      Thank you dear friend

  4. Thank you for sharing Hans and Helga with us. Hans is indeed handsome and I love the frothy beer! I showed my son and he loved them too! XX

    1. Thank you dear Sharon,
      I am happy to see you back with us again. Looking forward to come and see all your news.

  5. What a great idea! I love your dolls – they look so cute and especially I like the details: The mugs, the mustard and the hat. Thank you for sharing the pattern!

    1. Thank you Karin šŸ™‚
      Have to admit that was very close to call the girl doll Karin ! Glad you like them. Thank you.

      1. Hahaha, that would have been funny! No, it was better to call the doll Helga, which is a typical old German name.

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