Although, really the worst thing anyone has said to me was "nice Barbie", and he may, or may not have meant it sarcastically. I mean, it IS a nice Barbie. Actually, now it's two nice Barbies. In all of my pictures so far, it may have seemed obvious to you, as it did to my little cousin Rose, that my Barbie has really no hair to speak of. I first found her in a bin at Goodwill and bought her for a dollar, not realising how lucky I was to get a vintage 1960's era TNT Barbie. Sure her hair was a write-off but I've compensated for that with hats, and her sweet face more than made up for it. I recently treated myself to a "new" doll of a similar vintage, that has a great head of hair.
And I have made an attempt at a new wig for the old doll. I used the tresses of another doll - Value Village this time - to cobble this together. A little watered down Elmer's was helpful as a hair gel.
My ETSY Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/KellyMullanDesigns
My RAVELRY Shop: http://www.ravelry.com/designers/kelly-mullan
Is there anyone interested in an ebook of a collection of these patterns? I'm really having no sales at all, but lots of downloads of the free patterns, and I'm honestly wondering if I'm waisting my time trying to market them. Am I?