A new obsession…

Several weeks ago, on another blog, I stumbled across Bit of Whimsy Dolls. You all know that I’m going through this “nesting” – or whatever it is – of wanting to sew and be more crafty, and when I saw Bit of Whimsy’s etsy shop, I was floored.

She sells the most amazing handmade dolls. As I went through each of her items for sale, I noticed that not only did she sell the dolls, but she also sold the patterns to make the dolls yourself!

It was perfect! I quickly purchased a PDF file, and also selected the free file she sometimes offers, so that I could make my dear friend Natalie’s little girl a present this year. To me, a homemade gift is so much more special than something you can buy at your local super center.

I received the file quickly, and opened it right away. I couldn’t believe how easy the steps were to follow. She provides clear, easy directions on how to create each adorable little doll that she offers – and pictures to boot! Let me tell you, I am one who learn by watching, and the pictures made a world of difference to me in following the directions.

Swing by and check out her shop today. She just added a new elephant to her collection, and it is just the sweetest thing! She also offers a pack of PDF files, so if you can’t choose between her adorable creations, you can get a bunch without breaking the bank!

You won’t be disappointed in all that she offers, and her customer service is the best! I highly recommend her, and will definitely be back to her shop again soon! She’s got a bunch more patterns that I can’t wait to try!

Angie Vinez (2872 Posts)

Angie is a wife and mother to 8. Her life revolves around cooking, cleaning, laundry, and other household duties. She is passionate about her life in Christ and wants to encourage other mothers in their own walk of faith. Angie is active on many social media networks, loves technology, photography, and graphic design, and loves creating blog designs for other mom bloggers.



Comments

  1. 1
    3 Kids and Us says:

    Those are adorable! What exactly is the process in making these, just cutting and hand sewing?

  2. 2
    Angie Vinez says:

    I cut and machine stitched. I bought the Millie the Monkey PDF and played around with it until I figured out how to machine stitch the entire thing without any hand stitching. Once I got that down, it was really easy to do!

  3. 3

    Angie, I’ll tell you again, I love Lauren’s Millie the Monkey! And yes, handmade gifts are so much more special, which is why I need to get me some skills so bad. I want to make things! LOL!

    Thank you again for such a sweet, sweet gift!

    ~ Nat

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