The more I look at this gown, the more I want to try to create it. Look at the flowing sleeves – and the embroidered detailing at her waist and upper arms! The gold trim provides a hint of sparkle and I’m keen to try my hand at the draped over-gown. Her hair will have … More Emerald green, fit for a Queen
I’m working on a Morgana as well as Gwen, and if possible she has even more stunning gowns.
Having decided on a gown for Gwen, I poked through my colors for the right shade of purple. I went with colour to the left of the cream thread – DMC 340. I started with a medium brown for Gwen’s quilted petticoat, then crocheted her off-white under-gown. Unfortunately I was so involved in what I … More Gwen’s gown
After some discussion with trusted sources and a fair bit of google searching, I decided on a purple gown of Gwen’s from season four of Merlin. It’s similar in colour to dresses Gwen wears in the second and third seasons of the show, but isn’t as lavish as since of her gowns from the fifth … More Another purple gown
I’ve decided to do a set of dolls of the main characters of the BBC series Merlin. I’ve made Gwen and Morgana’s bodies and now am trying to decide how to dress them, starting with Gwen.
I love musicals, but Wicked was the first new show I feel in love with as a teenager.
I’ve been trying to post daily about my crochet, mostly because I think it’s really good for me to think about it every day. It gives me a sense of achievement to look back on my past dolls, and writing about my current projects helps me to gain momentum.
I couldn’t help myself. I went back and fixed Esmerelda’s hair.
I like to make people presents for their birthdays.
After making my tiny Disney Princesses in early 2013, I tried my hand at a little Hermione Granger. I was never really satisfied with her – she seemed to be lacking that special something that makes a doll finished – and so I put her away to return to her at a later date. Last … More Hermione Granger