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Lolita Fashion by Cookie Ave.
Practice Bakes Perfect Challenge #21

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Lolita (rorita) Fashion which is the fashion subculture born in Japan, if you google “Lolita fashion” you are going to find out the details of this fluffy fashion.  *I personally have never tried this fashion, though.

The techniques I used:

1.  Edible lace for umbrella, bow and skirt

Umbrella:  I cut the edible lace to fit into the shape of the umbrella then I did piping to decorate more.umbrella

Bow for the hair:   I cut the edible lace and made ribbon shape with it then I         iced on it to make blue ribbon on the lace. 

         ribbon

Skirt:   I cut the edge of edible lace.  I attached them to skirt (pink circled ones)             then put dots on upper side then piped bottomside to make frill.  *I iced the               purple-arrow parts first (like petticoat) piped frill then added edible lace to                   increase the volume of skirt.   

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 2.  Eyelet

Eyelet for collar,  these are the tinniest eyelets for me to have made

   eyelet

 3.  Needlepoint

Needlepoint for socks. I hope this is counted as needlepoint. There is 1mm or            less between lines.

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 4.  Piping

What I wanted to create is organdie with lace on blue skirt.

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Julia M. Usher posted:

She's gorgeous! How big is she? The piping is so teeny - well done!

Thank you, Julia.  She is 21cm which is 8.26 inches, if I include the umbrella it is 26cm which is 10.23 inches.  The needlepoint, of which gap between lines is 1mm which is 0.039 inches.  

carouselselsel posted:

WOW, Ryoko! This is UNIQUELY special!!! I love it soooooo much! Everything about her is perfect! Great idea...

Hi Zara!   It took weeks for me to design this, it took days to draw....  but if I just imagined I was in this dress, that made me smile.  

Thank you!

Ryoko ~Cookie Ave. posted:
carouselselsel posted:

WOW, Ryoko! This is UNIQUELY special!!! I love it soooooo much! Everything about her is perfect! Great idea...

Hi Zara!   It took weeks for me to design this, it took days to draw....  but if I just imagined I was in this dress, that made me smile.  

Thank you!

You did a great job, and you'd be a cute lolita

Cookies Fantastique by Carol posted:

So beautiful!!! I just love the socks and all the detail on the dress, umbrella and bow. Gorgeous work

Hi Carol.  Thank you and "bow" that's the word I wanted to say.  

Sweet Prodigy posted:

Wow, Ryoko. You have really outdone yourself! And your piping is incredible!!!

Thank you Christine, with your help my piping is improved a lot.  I am not good at piping still but I do not hate it that much.  I really appreciate it.  Of course I know I need to practice more and I admit I do not like practice, but I will try.