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1  KNITTING / Knitting: Discussion and Questions / Corpse Bride Dress Up Doll on: May 24, 2010 01:19:47 PM
today i decided to post at least once a week, and since i just learned how to knit, i have made a decision to knit a corpse bride/victoria dress up doll. My corpse bride is probably not going to be blue, cuz i dont like knitting with blue, so emily (if any of you have seen the movie you know who emily is) is probably going to be tan, but her hair (to my discomfort) will be blue and removable, so its gonna be a wig. and i am gonna make two wedding dresses, so all of my white is going to be gone. im also going to embroider the blue edging onto emily's dress, so this is going to be fun. question, should i make victoria's hair a bun with or without the veil. post if u have a comment or a concern. thanks Smiley
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