LK Dolls


Have you seen the latest issue of STYLO yet? So, so good. And did you happen to see the ninja, samurai and bunny dolls? Yep, I whipped them up and submitted a tutorial and pattern that can be downloaded from STYLO. I drew the characters in Adobe Illustrator and then created pattern pieces by pulling apart my drawing below:


They’re quite small and a lot of fun to make and several kiddos in my life have been especially coveting the pet bunny doll (one girl tried to sneak off with it).


Okay! Just wanted to share, and back to work…but wait, I can’t resist one more shot:





14 thoughts on “LK Dolls

  1. Yes, I saw them!! We got our book on Saturday afternoon and by night time we had our little Kunoichi doll. She is receiving special treatment and Rainbow Dash has been forgotten! Lovely book Sanae and my daughter truly loves it, we have been reading it every night since Saturday…that means a bit of OCD and that she really likes it!

    1. I sent it out a while ago, so it should be arriving next week, I think?? Fingers crossed! Thanks, Karen!

    1. Oooh, now that’s an interesting idea I have to explore. I’ve been wanting to create those cut-n-sew type of fabrics! Thanks, Steph!

  2. oh, the cuteness! and congrats on being published in Stylo – I’d say that’s quite a feather for your cap:)

    1. 🙂 I think they’re pretty darn adorable myself. Jess and Celina are so sweet and awesome that they immediately said yes when I asked if it would be possible to take a slightly different angle in promoting the book. I love the sewing community!

  3. Sorry…I’m sure I’ve read this somewhere on your blog, but is there a way to buy signed copies of “Little Kunoichi” from you?


    1. Oh, I’m so excited you want signed copies Alana! Please order from Queen Anne Book Co. and if you indicate who you’d like me to make the books out to in the notes/comments section, the bookstore will contact me so I can go sign. Here’s the link:

      Thanks so much!! xoxo

    1. It was fun to stitch these up – it’s probably a good thing you’re not pattern testing this one because…well, let’s say that I put it together in record time. 😉

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