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Old 02-15-2006, 12:24 PM   #1
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Tiny FO: Barbie sweater
Well, its mostly done anyway- I just have to find buttons small enough for it! I will probaby make a skirt or hat to match as well. Trying to use up some of my stash and maybe sell some little things to help pay for my addiction LOL.
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Old 02-15-2006, 01:10 PM   #2
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Old 02-15-2006, 01:19 PM   #3
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Dannnnnnng, That's pretty good!!!!!!!! Something soooo small....WOW, good job!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Very pretty yarn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Love the pink!

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Isn't that stylish! What size needles did you need to use?
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Old 02-15-2006, 02:05 PM   #6
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QUICK!!! Barbi needs a red skirt, or pants, or at least some underwear.
Great looking sweater.

I did a sweater for a friend's Kelly doll. That tiny stuff in a real pain in the posterior.
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Cute!! Awesome job!
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Originally Posted by gardenmommy
Isn't that stylish! What size needles did you need to use?
Thank you all! I used size 2 and actually just used 2 DPN because it was so small. I just finished a hat to go with it too.
Oh, and this Barbie has molded underwear on already so she's not really totally naked under there :rofling: !
I think my next little project is to make Ken a sweater with some leftover self striping sock yarn. Can't leave him without a little fashion sense .
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How cute is that??? VERY cute!!!

I used glass beads for the buttons on this, and it's not on my list to repeat.
I see by the name of this picture, the doll is called Riley.
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Originally Posted by Lana
QUICK!!! Barbi needs a red skirt, or pants, or at least some underwear.
Great looking sweater.

I did a sweater for a friend's Kelly doll. That tiny stuff in a real pain in the posterior.


Barbie is looking a bit chilly in the nether regions!!! :rofling:
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