Sunday, January 13, 2019

Steampunk Elements final stage

As posted below I will be sharing the elements (pieces) that make up my one-of-a-kind hand knitted Steampunk Adventures . .  . . the second element is the dress, I worked Bon~Bon which I worked mostly as per the stitch pattern, but omitted the ridge rows on the sleeves, working them in an ivory white along with the top raglan part of the dress, worked the main body in one color to match the petticoat  







For the sleeve embellishment, I gathered up the sleeve cuff and added tulle lace trim along with working one ridge row in an accent


To complete the look I added a corset/utility belt by casting on the same amount of stitches at the waist and working the simple seed stitch pattern, complete with back button closure . . most of the Steampunk adornments were securely fixed to this removable belt. Fingerless-Mitts help with the final look along with a Lace Stitched Neck Choker, something I do not wish to reveal in any pattern in order to protect my creative inspirations in producing these one-of-a-kind ensembles that I sell via eBay, this one is currently listed for sale . . Listing Link


Designed to fit the slim Gotz girls like my Gotz Happy Kidz model, Emily

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Steampunk Elements

As posted below I will be sharing the elements (pieces) that make up my one-of-a-kind hand knitted Steampunk Adventures . .  . . 
Begins with a Petticoat, where I make use of my pattern called Three Steps ~ for this particular one I replaced the eyelet pattern worked in Step One with the stitch pattern from 'Bon-Bon' ~ a dress pattern that will become the second element . . 


 


Once the elements are all together, more detailed embellishments will be added, for now I gathered up a portion of the petticoat to add the buckle detail

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