The time spent with one-sixth scale figures and fashion dolls provides a positive feeling. They cause a lot of fun and happiness. We often find ourselves impressed by their beauty. We are emotionally attached to them. Therefore we think our beloved dolls and figures deserve clothes that are worthy of this: unique, high quality, well made, OOAK or really very limited edition clothes.
My creations are opportunities for you to create, perfect, customise, personalise, kitbash your own unique dolls/figures. I make my creations with love, care and attention to details for adult collectors, hobbyists, customizers, players, photographers, kitbashers and others who are able to appreciate and see the difference and the value in these high end, artist-grade, top notch quality, hand crafted, hand tailored and/or hand knitted 1/6th scale collectibles.
It's not just simple clothes making but also a kind of art. My creations were accepted with praise and certified by the jury of Hungarian Institute for Culture and Art - Fine and Applied Art Department but of course there is no more valuable than the satisfaction of my many returning customers.
I am always full of ideas and concepts and never stop looking for ways to improve and evolve. It took decades for me to get to the current level. The journey began a long time ago:
I was six years old when my mother taught me to crochet. I was eight when the girl next door taught me to knit. Then I got a 10 cm doll as a gift and started to make clothes for her. The neighbour lady’s granddaughter had the same doll. I made doll clothes for her too. She gave me fabrics in exchange for doll clothes. Then I also made clothes for my niece’s Barbie doll.
Adults asked "What do you want to be when you grow up?" and they laughed when I said that "I want to be a doll clothes maker."
As a child I started to sew by hand then I learned at several schools, to sew with a sewing machine, create sewing patterns and so on. This way I became a fashion designer, pattern maker and tailor by educational attainment and my profession is my passion too.
In 2009, a friend who knew I can sew asked me to repair clothes of her daughter’s Barbie doll. It reminded me of how much I love to make clothing for dolls so I bought a Barbie and I started making doll clothes again. A lot of doll clothing accumulated...
I was searching for amigurumi patterns when I found Etsy. I saw Barbie doll clothes on it and my husband encouraged me to start selling my own. Custom requests started to come, we followed the demand and became acquainted with Momoko, Blythe, Pullip, Monster High, Fashion Royalty dolls ...and finally the 1/6th scale collectable movable action figures. We started to get involved in the one-sixth scale world. Again and more seriously than when we were kids.
We also collect happy returning customers and want you in our collection :)
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