My current work in progress:

Seaforth designed by Alice Starmore, knit in British Breeds 5-ply Guernsey Wool on US 3 needles.


Why My Moth Cardigan is Not Yet Done

The winner of a copy of 60 More Quick Baby Blankets: Cozy Knits in the 128 Superwash® & 220 Superwash® Collections from Cascade Yarns® is Barbara Fredrick, who has been emailed. Thank you to everyone who left a comment to be entered in the giveaway.

Moving along, here is why I have not yet finished my Moth Cardigan. I am having way too much fun sewing doll clothes!


I love the period clothes!


But sometimes you have to slip in something contemporary.

And maybe a Halloween costume?

Or unicorn footie jammies!

Group photo!

Loki thinks I’ve lost my mind.



  1. Love the tiny cat pumps

  2. Sophy0075 says:

    Loki thinks you should be making something for him. Ha. Just kidding (unless it’s a treat – that I’m sure he’d like).

  3. Wendy, Your doll clothes are all adorable!!! Thanks for sharing.
    As always, love Loki photos. ?

  4. I think the dolls look wonderful. Where do the travel to after you finish them

  5. What fun! The kitty outfit is my favorite. What kind of dolls are the redhead and brunette? Their faces are so sweet.
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  6. Barbara Burrs says:

    Wendy! You do amazing work! Absolutely amazing!

  7. Beautiful doll clothes! I bet Loki misses the yarn – lol!

  8. Shirley Gallagher says:

    Just adorable. Tell Loki not to complain, at least you’re not dressing him!

  9. Mary Lou Keenan says:

    I love your doll clothes creations! Some lucky little girls will love these dollies.

  10. The doll clothes are so cute. I used to make Barbie clothes when my daughter was just little (she is 35 now, so no more doll clothes, lol). You do great work.

    Loki is just as cute as a button. 🙂

  11. Beautiful work! Any one who had sewn them knows it’s fun and not all that easy 🙂 A Halloween costume for Loki would be cute! =^•^=

  12. Lisa Ingle says:

    Such talent. They are all so sweet. And it’s wonderful to see Loki always so relaxed. He’s so fluffy!

  13. Love the Halloween costume!

  14. They’re really beautiful – period and modern! I don’t wonder you get absorbed in this; there’s so much scope. Always a pleasure to see what you’re making, and to see Loki!

  15. OMG, as a grandmother of 2 girls, I can say you’ve made some knock out 18″ doll outfits — that witch and those pajamas are to die for. You should create patterns and sell them to the demographic outside of knitters that makes a lot of these doll clothes.

  16. Those are adorable! Especially the Halloween costume! 🙂