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Victoria's preorder is up and running and I decided to share some of her patterns I made, now you can sew a new wardrobe for your doll while waiting for her.

On the pattern page of the website you'll find the summer dress and the short overall, this time I can share only the patterns and not the step by step pictures because I have few other projects going on that are taking all my time. But I hope this will be enough for you to unleash your creativity and make your spectacular version of these two outfits.

Choose your colors, fabrics and embellishment and create your personal version on Victoria!

As always I'll be delighted to see your creations, if you put the hashtag #sewforlmdolls on social media I'll be able to see them in one place.

Have fun and happy sewing :)

I'm glad to announce that my new doll Victoria ia ready for her debut on the website and the preorder will start on May 1st trough the 31st.

This new doll was created as a porcelain and now I'm ready to present her in resin too. She will be available on the popular 17.7 inches skin body previously used for her sisters Ginny, Greta and Bridgette.

Below you can see a little gallery with the pictures of the original sculpt and the porcelain version.

Victoria will be available in two colors, fair and light tan, and also as full set or basic.

I will offer the full set or installment plan options as always, and domestic shipping costs for the U.S. are free.


Height: 17.7 inches

Head circ. : 7 inches (wears 6-7 or 7-8 wigs)

Eyes: 12mm

Feet: 5x2cm

Victoria will have Artist's face-up and I'm planning to offer a version with freckles free of charge.

Victoria full set will come with artist's face-up, a one of a kind outfit, wig, eyes, certificate of authenticity and gift bag.

Victoria basic will come with artist's face-up, eyes, certificate of authenticity and gift bag.

Maggie is the new smiley face for the popular 10 inches body.

She's cute as a button and won't fail to put a smile on your face too.

I sculpted Maggie after sketching the expression on a piece of paper sitting on my desk,

and suddenly I was sure that would have been a cute addition to the “M” dolls.

What are the “M” dolls?

Well, everything started with Martha, the first of the series, then came Mia, Melody, Momo and Millie... Now it's Maggie.

I started with the paperclay sculpt, which takes several days to be completed because the clay has to be dry between the different steps of modeling (the constant rain of the Pacific Northwest doesn't help 🙃). Then I prepared the piece for the silicone mold and casted the prototype piece in resin and made the face-up.

Many of you already have at least one of these dolls in your collection and I’m so grateful for your support ❤️

I hope this recap helps to clarify how I create and categorize my creations and where the different doll faces belong.

Maggie is now available for pre-order in the shop

In the next blog post I will show how to sew a dress for the M-series dolls. Stay tuned 😉