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The Heartie Nonô

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Tenho um especial carinho por umas bonequinhas de uma coleção, chamada The Hearties. Tenho-lhes um especial carinho porque foram uma criação minha, porque já fiz tantas, porque cada vez que tocava numa delas tentava melhorar um ou outro pormenor. Comparem as primeiras às últimas e verão. Há algum tempo que não fazia nenhuma, mas recentemente lembrei-me delas novamente. Entusiasmei-me e fiz uma nova bonequinha. Desta vez com a filhota de uma amiga que mora longe em mente. A bebé, chama-se Leonor, por isso, a sua The Heartie ficou Nonô. 

I especially care about this collection of dolls called The Hearties. And I do so because they are my own creation, and because I've made so many of them by now, and each and everytime I made one I would try to improve one or two details. Just compare the first ones to the latests and you'll see. It's been a while since I last made any, but I thought of them recently again. I got thrilled and made a new one. This time I had my friend's baby in mind, her name is Leonor, so I named her doll Nonô. 


Ao fazer a Nonô, adicionei mais uns ajustes na boneca. Para começar, a boca, em vez de desenhada, desta vez, foi bordada. Os olhos, tal como a boca, em vez de pintados, desta vez aparecem com aplicações em feltro, e ainda na cara, esta The Heartie traz uma novidade: ganhou nariz. O corpo continua igual. A última mudança a referir passa pela forma de fechar as mãos da boneca. Substituí o velcro por molas de pressão Kam. 

While making Nonô, I made a few more changes. To start, instead of a drawing the mouth, it was embroidered. The eyes, as well as the mouth, weren't drawn this time, instead, they were made out of felt pieces sewn to the face. And to keep on the face, this new the Heartie has another little detail introduced to it, it now has a little embroidered nose. The body was kept the same. The last change I made to it, is about the closing of the hands. I changed the velcro for a Kam snap


E a grande novidade, é que decidi comercializar o molde das mesmas em PDF. Comecei a tratar disso em Dezembro, mas infelizmente, devido a problemas técnicos, o projeto ficou de lado até agora. Porém, vou recomeçar a trabalhar nele, e espero ter em Fevereiro o molde pronto a enviar para alguns testes, por isso se alguém estiver interessado que fique atento, haverá um "tester call" dentro de alguns dias. 

And the big news is, I decided to sell the pattern in PDF. I started taking care of that in December, but unfortunately, due to some technical issues, the project was left aside until now. I will get back to it now and I hope I'll have it ready to test in February, so, if anyone is interested, be aware, there will be a tester call anytime soon. 

Comments

  1. Que linda! <3 Uma heartie para uma sweetheart! ****

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    1. =D uma fofucha a dona desta bonequinha, mas tu sabes lá ;)

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    2. Gosta de lhe puxar as pernas! ;)

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    3. hehehe tão fofa. quero tanto conhecer pessoalmente essa tua bonequinha, está cada dia mais linda.

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  2. Gorgeous little creations :) All the best on the pattern making adventure :)

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