10 January 2018

Lorifina

While packing, I came across a couple of dolls that I haven't payed attention to for some time. My precious Lorifina dolls were regulars on my previous blog. They definitely deserve a post here as well.

The Lorifinas are showing outfits that I made a few years ago.

The first outfit was made especially for this doll. The top is crocheted, the shorts are made from vintage leather.



The next two dresses were made for my American Model Tonner dolls, which I don't own anymore. The clothes are a bit too big for Lorifina, so I put pins in the back.




My former American Model Tonner doll in the dress. This picture was taken with better lighting and shows the actual colour of the fabric.
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Lorifina was made by Hasbro for a few years (2007-2011?).
The dolls are wigged and articulated and 50 cm or 20 inch tall.
The hat on the last photo is from Iplehouse.
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27 comments:

  1. all the outfits are beautiful, and they fit this doll perfectly. maybe my favourite one is the vintage dress on the third picture. i also love the hat. i really love all kinds of hats or caps for girls. :)

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    1. Hello Chema, thank you very much :-). I love hats too, I wish they were still part of everyday fashion, like in the 20s to 50s. For both men and women, it's such a great accessory.

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  2. Lorifina is a pretty doll, and the outfit I like very much, especially the crochet top :)

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    1. Hello Haruka, thank you :-). I like crocheting, I should do it more often! Thanks for your nice comment and visit :-)

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  3. Bardzo ładne ubranka i na pięknych lalkach :-) Kocham kapelusze :-)
    Pozdrawiam serdecznie :-)

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    1. Witam Swiat, dziękuję, jestem zadowolony Ci się spodoba! Pozdrawiam serdecznie :-)

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  4. Oh, you changed your blog's layout. :) I like it.
    Lorifina is pretty big. There's a slight resemblance to Liv and Moxie Teenz. I think the first outfit suits her the best. It would be nice to see more photos of her.

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    1. Hello Nana, thank you, I'm glad you like it :-).
      Yes, Liv and Moxie Teenz could be small relatives :-). I made a hippie necklace for the first outfit and a head band too, but I couldn't find it.

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  5. Hola Millicent, no conocía estas muñecas, me han parecido realmente preciosas, y veo que son bastante grandes, 50 cm, en las fotos, al no tener referencia, parecen más pequeñas porque son delicadas y bonitas. Y coses muy bien :-)

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    1. Hola Ilona, me alegro de que te gustan! Ojalá todavía fueron producidos, pero Hasbro no hacerlos por mucho tiempo.
      Saludos :-)

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  6. I didn't know this dolls. They are very intresting and quite big. I bet it's nice to sew for them. :) I love the crocheted top, it's so beautiful! :)

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    1. Hello Kamelia, it's nice to sew for them, because buttons and so on are easier to find, and you can use larger fabric prints. I'm glad you like the top, I like crocheting for my dolls, but don't do it often :-).

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    2. Well, you should! :) This top is great, I would gladly see more of your crocheted clothes for dolls. :)

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    3. Maybe this Summer, I will crochet some clothes :-).

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  7. Hello Millicent,
    I really like the dolls, but what always amazes me is the gorgeous clothes you make. Your attention to detail is just amazing!
    Big hug
    Giac

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    1. Hello Giac, thank you very much :-). I'm glad you like the clothes! Big hug back :-)

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  8. I first time see Lorifina dolls, and I didn't suspect that they are so big :) But I think Lorifina is a very pretty doll, and the first outfit suits her most. The crochet top is gorgeous :)

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    1. Hello Balbinka, yes, she's a tall lady :-). I'm glad you like the crochet top! x

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  9. I always associated Lorifin with aliens -
    beautiful and dangerous aliens from
    distant galaxies - these eyes !!!

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  10. I saw the amazing oasis of Lorifina -
    inserted bright eyelets, white long
    hair - real Kida - Princess of Atlantis ♥

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  11. Hello Inka, the eyes were an unusual choice of Hasbro. I never saw eyes like that on other dolls! I like the idea of Lorifina being an alien, or Kida :-)

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  12. Pretty doll and beautiful dresses. Lorifina has very interesting eyes.

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    1. Hello Dlubaniny, thank you, I'm glad you like it :-). The eyes are indeed interesting!

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  13. Jaka piękna lalka! I zrobiłaś jej wspaniały strój!

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    1. Hello, Eunice dziękuję, cieszę się że Ci się spodoba :-).

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  14. What a beautiful girl and dresses. I didn't know that Hasbro could do such pretty dolls. :)

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    1. Hello Ida, I wish she still was made :-). I'm glad you like her :-)!

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