Remember how exciting it was as a child to play with dolls? Sew outfits, dress up and pick up costumes, exchange them for other toys — so much fun!.. And there's no necessity to abandon this over time.
Olga Tishevskaya followed this way: the creation of clothes for popular Blythe dolls has become a part of her adult life. It's serious, after all, Blythe today — are not just big-headed dolls from Chicago that frightened girls in the early 1970s with their strange proportions and large eyes that change their colour. This is a resumed manufacture of collectable dolls with fans around the world:
The talented needlewoman Olga Tishevskaya also makes outfits for the world-famous Barbie and rare beauties. For example, this one is from Japan:
Now take a closer look at the stunning outfits. Olga works hard, though, enjoying it. The inspiration is always by her side: whether it's a new lining cloth in the shop window or a handful of glittering beads on the table. And the geography of orders warms the soul: girls from South Korea, USA, France, Brazil are flaunting in the 'Russian coats' — from more than ten countries of the world :) I hope, you will like the works of craftswomen, too!