Wintersocks for Obitsu (48, and similar 1/4 and/or 1/3 dolls)


Today is again all about socks! For dolls, I think I am a sockaholic πŸ˜‰

These socks fit Obitsu 48 (and 40) and should be okay for BJD with similar foot measurements (6cm length/2.2 cm width)

Obitsu48 with as of yet face up -less Misuzu head

The basic principle is the same as with the socks for Ellowyne. The heel is a short row heel using shadow wraps.

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Comfy Socks for Ellowyne Wilde Dolls / Dicke Wintersocken fΓΌr Ellowyne Wilde


And because I always like to knit for my dolliehs, here is a pattern for bulky socks for Ellowyne πŸ˜‰

The heel is turned in the Boomerang fashion (working short rows). Next year I’ll try to goo down in needle size and yarn to create thinner socks.

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Neon dress + bonus


Well, originally I wanted to have another pattern ready, but as I am currently rather knitting than writing down patterns… πŸ˜‰

Have a picture of another beautifully done repaint by Kakchen:

ImageThe lighting really does not do her justice, her face is stunning, with heavy eyeliner and stark green eyes. (Remind me to upload pictures of my favourites again if there is ever better lighting when I have time to take pictures πŸ˜‰ )

She is wearing a dress made according to this lovely free pattern from ravelry. And of course, my beloved striped socks πŸ˜‰

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Winter White


Very fitting for one of the first warm days of spring πŸ˜‰

Today’s model Roller Maze Abbey presents you a sleeveless dress with matching boots/socks (the yarn is thick enough to call them boots I think).

ImageThe pattern for this dress can be found here at ravelry (small fee). The original pattern sports a twisted rib skirt, but here I went for a straight version πŸ˜‰ The yarn I used seems a bit too thick; however, thanks to the dollstand, it does not really matter. This dress was knitted with 2.5 mm double pointed needles and matching yarn (because I wanted a white dress on her ^^”). The pattern even states size 2 (US) needles, which is about 2.75 mm, therefore I am surprised that the dress is a bit too large. However, the “larger” size it gets by this also fits the taller girls like Nefera and Clawdia. Knitted with 2 mm needles and corresponding yarn it fits perfectly for the “standard” MH girls.

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Formfitting dress with little star buttons


…aaand because I wanted to take a picture of this before I take it off my little CaM-Vampire model again, here a more formfitting sweater dress. Not as easy to knit as the “plain” sweater/dress, but it has a really nice form that is worth the bloody lifted increases πŸ˜‰

ImageThe pattern can be found on ravelry:

A shapely sweater dress (available for a small fee at ravelry)

The little star buttons I got from ebay. I now want to buy AAALLL the little buttons. They are so cute. Less cute is getting the respectively thin needle threaded and getting the buttons positioned where you want them… (and of course because I am an addict there are the matching socks).

Ghoulias Knitwear for Lounging


For this week a rather badly edited (due to less than optimal light conditions in this weather…) picture of my Ghoulia in one of the first jumpers I knit:


I cannot offer you the exact pattern for this one, but I’ll link you to a similar version. I like to knit these in the round.

This particular lovely pattern was devised by icebluemchen, and you can even buy lovely little sweaters for very little money from her little shop πŸ™‚

The colourful pattern this sweater sports came directly from the yarn (sock yarn), and the little socks are made from the same yarn.