Wednesday, January 6, 2016

Wild Things


In Northern forests cold and clear
Beneath a midnight sun
There is an ancient magic near;
A race of spellbound twilight deer,
A whisper on the mind.

In human form and fair of face
They shed their deerskin self
And beckon with a fairy grace,
To follow to a primal place,
And loose your human form.

Aurora Fawn and Balin

Aurora Fawn is from my Simply Ami pattern, with borrowed antlers and ears from the pattern Rudy-the-Reindeer by Tales of Twisted Fibers.  Her companion Balin is from the pattern Sherman the Deer by Snugglme Stitches.  Both of these delightful patterns are free :-)

Aurora's dress is knit from my Knits for Tiny Ami's pattern, with a simple Fair Isle tree motif.

Happy New Year!

10 comments:

  1. Aurora Fawn is, as all of your dolls, so unique and sweet! Just love the background you used for the photo :-)

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    1. Thank you so much, Anita! The backdrop is a yard of fabric purchased just for this photo shoot :-)

      warmly,

      Beth

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  2. Ha quedado precioso!!! Feliz Año Nuevo!!! :)

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  3. Very sweet doll and dress. Love the trees, too.

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  4. Muy bonito. Gracias por el enlace
    ¡Feliz año 2016!

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  5. So cute! I love the way you stage your dolls. Did you make the trees?

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  6. Simply delightful! Even more fun with the poem. I didn't realize she was a shape shifter.

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  7. Is there a pattern for the trees

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    1. Hi Debbie,

      The pattern is an old one from my stash, by The Needlework Company. I think it was called Christmas Folk and featured snowmen and these trees. You might try googling it to see if you can find a copy.

      warmly,

      Beth

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