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Once upon a time, while living in Japan, I went on an adventure to Tokyo where I discovered the most peculiar doll. Staring at her in her glass display, she stared back with her big eyes. I took her back home with me and immediately did research. Come to find out, she was a remake of the original 1970s Kenner that didn't do very well in the US. She scared the life out of children.

I wanted to dress her up, but in 2005, there weren't very many options for her. Being the go getter that I am, I grabbed a sewing machine and sewed away into the sunset. This is where I met a very amazing dear friend, Suzanity, who convinced me to sell my fashions Internationally for Blythe.

Miss Metsuki was born and the rest is history.

I also dabble in handmade furniture for Blythe,…

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  • Female
  • Born on February 16
  • Joined November 4, 2011

Favorite materials

wool, liberty fabrics, ribbon, lace, glitter

About

Once upon a time, while living in Japan, I went on an adventure to Tokyo where I discovered the most peculiar doll. Staring at her in her glass display, she stared back with her big eyes. I took her back home with me and immediately did research. Come to find out, she was a remake of the original 1970s Kenner that didn't do very well in the US. She scared the life out of children.

I wanted to dress her up, but in 2005, there weren't very many options for her. Being the go getter that I am, I grabbed a sewing machine and sewed away into the sunset. This is where I met a very amazing dear friend, Suzanity, who convinced me to sell my fashions Internationally for Blythe.

Miss Metsuki was born and the rest is history.

I also dabble in handmade furniture for Blythe, dioramas, dyeing & rerooting mohair for various dolls and fashion for humans.








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