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« Reply #11300 on: July 21, 2010 03:28:53 PM »

ok so I didnt mean to send everyone to scour the rules or anything I was just being ornery sorry for the confusion. Of to check the new pattern Thank you Ghilie.
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« Reply #11301 on: July 21, 2010 08:52:50 PM »

Punkin looks like how I've modified the poppet pattern in the past, only a lot simpler, which me likey!

Thank you Clonedbravo Cheesy

I know I can enlarge the original pattern, but I want something that will resemble more of a baby, so maybe I should just cut the pieces of fabric in the opposite direction, so it will appear chubbier, and shorten the torso a bit. I will work on it once I find out the sex of the baby  Cheesy

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« Reply #11302 on: July 21, 2010 10:42:44 PM »

Ghilie-  Punkin is precious.  Thank you so much for your generosity with the pattern.

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« Reply #11303 on: July 21, 2010 11:24:47 PM »

Cute AND easy! thank you soooo much ghilie! this should keep us entertained for some time!
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« Reply #11304 on: July 22, 2010 04:10:50 AM »

Cute AND easy! thank you soooo much ghilie! this should keep us entertained for some time!

lol, it better be entertaining for the next three years, cuz thats how long it takes me to make a new one.  Grin
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« Reply #11305 on: July 22, 2010 06:20:33 AM »

Punkin looks like how I've modified the poppet pattern in the past, only a lot simpler, which me likey!

Thank you Clonedbravo Cheesy

I know I can enlarge the original pattern, but I want something that will resemble more of a baby, so maybe I should just cut the pieces of fabric in the opposite direction, so it will appear chubbier, and shorten the torso a bit. I will work on it once I find out the sex of the baby  Cheesy



you could also change the legs to be more bent. That would be more baby-ish. And maybe add some "chunk" to the curves.
I think Someone made some baby poppets. (atsuko maybe?) And if you pm'd them or got that pattern just enlarged the head from it. The head and face were more baby than the regualr poppet.
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« Reply #11306 on: July 22, 2010 06:32:38 AM »

Thank you for another awesome pattern ghilie!  I love your blog and had fun taking part in your sociology project. 
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« Reply #11307 on: July 22, 2010 09:13:56 AM »

Punkin looks like how I've modified the poppet pattern in the past, only a lot simpler, which me likey!

Thank you Clonedbravo Cheesy

I know I can enlarge the original pattern, but I want something that will resemble more of a baby, so maybe I should just cut the pieces of fabric in the opposite direction, so it will appear chubbier, and shorten the torso a bit. I will work on it once I find out the sex of the baby  Cheesy



you could also change the legs to be more bent. That would be more baby-ish. And maybe add some "chunk" to the curves.
I think Someone made some baby poppets. (atsuko maybe?) And if you pm'd them or got that pattern just enlarged the head from it. The head and face were more baby than the regualr poppet.
Yes, I thought of that, so last night I searched for a newborn doll pattern and found this:

http://community.livejournal.com/doingwithout/41229.html

So, I am going to use the arms and legs from that pattern, maybe the torso even, but definitely a human poppet head, because I prefer the poppet head Smiley

I had PM'd her awhile back but got no response  Undecided
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« Reply #11308 on: July 22, 2010 01:55:32 PM »

Oops, sorry about that DSR.  I tried to be good and email it off to people, but I guess I missed a few. 
You should have poked me seeing as we're in STS together!
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« Reply #11309 on: July 22, 2010 02:10:11 PM »

Oops, sorry about that DSR.  I tried to be good and email it off to people, but I guess I missed a few. 
You should have poked me seeing as we're in STS together!
hahaha I KNOW! It was a long time ago that I was trying to make one...mine came out rather skinny Undecided I would love to try again though, I am completely infatuated with making poppets <3 I need to get better at the clothing, I don't think I printed the patterns out in the right percentage  Lips sealed I have such an easy time making clothing for people, but for dolls I just get intimidated! I would love to make more clothing for my panther poppet and for the bunny I received in the my favorite things poppet swap...and of course I want to have it look as awesome as the clothing I make for myself, super detailed and professional looking Grin
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