I like her! Would love to see her with an outfit on too :-)
Yeah she's still cold-Ihave to run errands next couple of days.
i wanted to try but only got head
no arms and legs
There are four files - click on the arrow beside format abd they are all there.
your baby is so cute,I will have to make me one.
Thanks, I look forward to seeing yours little one.
Great job - I love the larger belly button!!!!
Thank You. I think my previous thanks got cut off. I like her belly button too.
sew nice, glad that the naval was added. Betty
You have made a lovely job of her. She is gorgeous.
Thank You very much.
She looks great, fingers or no fingers. I love the bow!
She is adooorable! Like her with more hair and the bow on top! She is beautiful and huggable! Great job! Hugs, Lidia
Thank You-she has a little kitten to hug now.
She looks sew cute. It puts a smile on your face when you look at her. Someone needs to create a giggle button to sew up in her. Then when you push that cute tummy the squeals and laughter would be all over the place. I want one...
That sounds fun.
She is adorable
Way to go it looks lovely
She's adorable; great job, Linda.
You have made a beautiful job of her! Being a blonde, Lulu really did need a bit of extra hair.
It has given me a real buzz seeing the way you have used my design - thank you.
Get on with the clothes.
BTW I think she would work really well in flesh toned felt. It is slightly stretchy so you could get a more rounded look by stuffing firmly.
LOL, Thanks again for sharing such a cutie and a dress to boot. I wasn't able to dress her today.
She is a cutie.
well done Linda,
Might just have to bite the bullet and try one, I like this one with the movalbe parts,
great job and will watch until you dress her before she catches cold, it is winter you know LOL
Thanks Michelle. I know you will love making her.
Great Job. She looks so sweet. I downloaded the pattern and I am going to try to resize it for 4x4
This is so cute, thanks for sharing, hugs.
These are cute dolls and can see many cuties making them. The bow is a nice touch.
With all the downloads I hope so. I see a lot of gals have PES. This doll is easy to make and fun. You don't have to mess
with hair if you don't want to and Sue even made a dress. Easy Peasy. Great for charity work too.
I have PES and downloaded the file to a USB stick but my machine won't recognize it. I don't understand it. It's a Brother PE 770. Any suggestions?
I'm sorry don't know about Brother.
Okay, I need my wheaties. Brain is malfunctioning but 3rd time is the charm.
Now if someone could figure out fringe hair. Wouldn't that make for a quick full head of hair?
You mean from yarn?
Because then you could really have some fun with hair styles. I looked up a suggestion from a cutie on crochet caps and curls and found info on how to make yarn curly. They took real merino wool unraveled and used that. It was so preety.
Meant to say knitted the wool, unraveled and it was left with the curl ringlets. Merino is really bouncy and will hold them well. I have some merino roving from New Zealand in white and spun some but not enough to cover a doll's head.
Sweet. What fabric did you use...
and what is Kona fabric.
Kona is top quality cotton fabric-no see
thru. This is cotton poly and closeup I can see the seam fabric inside. So she will be my little doll- I will call her LULU after my pet tortoise.
Thank you for responding.
She is adorable.
This is the back of the head closeup hopefully.
PS the front I ran hair once and then once more a bit over
Sue I took the hair ran it once, then again slightly over and mirror imaged it once and ran a last time. It gets tight at the top so I would stop
it before the tippy toppy. I thought of piggies tails at the top but left it alone.