Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Happy New Year

May peace fill the empty spaces around you

May happiness answer all your wishes in this new year

As the new year beckons, my thoughts quickly turn back the pages of 2012, with a thankful heart to the wonderful world of the internet, I feel very blessed and enriched that my designs can now reach many, from the bottom of my heart, thank you for your shared interest.

My wish and hope is for our worlds to be filled with peace and joy . . .and on a more down-to-earth level, more knitting time for our dolls too!


  To end a wonderful year, I have two new pattern releases, the first is designed for the slim all vinyl Kidz n Cats dolls, called

 a cable stitched sweater and tam pattern 


  For the popular American Girl dolls and the comparable 18" Gotz dolls,


a sweater and tam set, a flattering ribbed boat neckline and cable stitch pattern are the main features of this sweater


Friday, December 7, 2012

Debonair Designs on Etsy

What's new from the needles of Debonair Designs . . .  I have been so busy with custom orders for holiday sweaters for the slim 18" Kidz 'n' Cats dolls that I have had very little time to give any new patterns a single thought.

However, I am excited to share other news that is new for me. In wanting to promote my knitting patterns for dolls, I finally registered as a seller on Etsy and joined many other talented artists. My store, Debonairs Designs has been open for just one week and I am thrilled with the response so far. In my store you will find mostly knitting patterns for dolls, along with select hand knitted ensembles.

 So in the meantimeto share in the joy of the season and perhaps put you in the holiday mood, please enjoy these photos of Christmas sweater sets I have had the pleasure creating, these finished ensembles are now in the hands of private collectors

These festive Nordic inspired sweater ensembles are designed to fit the slim 18" dolls such as the Kidz 'n' Cats pictured. Please enjoy the pictures and come back often for more of what's been on my needles












'Silver Bells'


Wishing you and yours peace and joy, and Happy Holidays, or should I say, Merry Christmas, which is what I am accustomed saying, and thank you for looking, Deb