I have several pattern and tutorial projects lined up that I would like to work on next, but I would like to have your valued opinions on what you would like to see first.
There are 5 projects I am thinking about - all except 1 are for fashion dolls (I use barbies as my fashion doll go to).
I have already started working on the some ideas for the first 2 options.
Here's a breakdown of what you can expect from these options:
- Option 1: Headband Collection - The plan for this collection is to come up with several fun designs in one booklet, similar to what I did for the "Crochet Scrunchies - 12 Original Patterns". You can get a glimpse into a few designs that may appear in this collection here: Crochet Headbands for my MIL
- Option 2: Mermaids for Fashion Dolls - This one is about halfway there in the designing process as I have already completed a full outfit, however, I wanted to test the mermaid tail with beads and/or sequence first. Plus, seeing as it is inspired by "The Little Mermaid", my little sister thinks there should be a flounder and crab friend to go with her (I know of a few of you already who would like this idea), and I also thought that it might be nice to have it in different sizes for the children & teen fashion dolls too. See what it is looking like here: Crochet Barbie Mermaid
- Option 3: Mix & Match Dress Line for Children & Teen Fashion Dolls - I would like this to be quite similar to "Happily Ever After" Crochet Pattern for Fashion Dolls, only it would be for the smaller dolls.
- Option 4: Tuxedo Line for Male Fashion Dolls - Since you all will soon have many fabulous dresses from "Happily Ever After", I thought you would all like a male line to compliment them. You can see an example of a Tuxedo set that may appear in the new line here: Crochet Barbie Wedding Set for Isabel Of course there probably will not be nearly as many options as there was for the ladies, but I plan to have a few styles at the very least.
- Option 5: Wedding Accessories for Fashion Dolls - The plan is to make tutorials on how to make veils, tiaras, bouquets and all that jazz to help spruce up your "Happily Ever After" dresses for a great wedding. You can get a look into some examples here: Barbie Wedding Sets
Each of these projects will take a bit of time to finish. However, of all the options, options 2 and 5 will most likely take the least amount of time to complete.
Without further ado... here's the survey: