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« on: May 24, 2011 02:02:47 PM »

Recently I received 2 BJD Hujoo's! Iliana my Hujoo Berry (the girl) was my Mother's day gift, William my Hujoo Wings (The boy) was a gift from my Fiancee. The Wings is a 26cm BJD and the Berry is a 24cm BJD.

They are so cute! But when I got them and they were naked I had to make them something to wear. Ilia has gotten two outfit with crochet, and William has a vest that I crocheted.

So here they are all dressed up!

Ilia in her first outfit a crocheted pink top (using embroidery floss) and a skirt I crocheted a white belt for and sewed some silk on. Her choker is crocheted from a pinkish-red floss and has a small scrap-booking flower charm hanging from it.


Ilia in her second outfit, a pretty crocheted rainbow shirt and skirt (both made from embroidery floss) the bottom hem of the skirt and shirt are crocheted to create a little "fringe" to them. The headband is crocheted from a fun yarn that is thin but very fluffy (sadly I don't have the name of the yarn.)


William only has one crocheted piece for now. His pants are handmade also, but his vest is crocheted from black embroidery floss and red floss to tie.
This picture the floss is tied loose and his vest was able to have an "open" look to it.


This picture the floss is tied tighter and vest had a nice closed look to it, with a nice red circle where it was held together.


I plan to make more clothing for this size doll along with some bigger clothing. I recently discovered how much I like to crochet with the floss and crochet threads. I was always intimidated by the small hooks, but I am really glad I over came that!
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« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2011 04:04:47 PM »

You certainly seem to to have got to grips with crocheting embroidery thread. well done.
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