1. Introduce yourself, who are you and where do you live?
Hi! I'm Fae, and I live in Kentucky with my husband, numerous animals and sewing machines.
2. What do you make for Blythe?
I primarily make clothing and accessories inspired by "Mori Girl" style. I originally made mostly 1950s-60s style clothing, but my sewing has changed along with my own personal tastes.
3. Where can we find your creations?
My website is http://pomme-pomme.com, and you can find me on Etsy at https://www.etsy.com/shop/
Japanese street fashion, vintage clothing, folk costume, fairy tales, nature, and the fabrics and trims themselves.
5. How did you get started with Blythe dolls?
I first saw Blythe on a craft blog ten years ago. I didn't think too much of her at the time, but the idea that people were customizing the dolls intrigued me (even if it's nothing compared to what we do now!), and I kept visiting the TIB forum. One day, I saw a little pink-haired girl, and suddenly, Blythe was the cutest thing in the world and I had. to. have. one. I've been sewing for as long as I can remember, so, naturally, I started making Blythe clothes right away!
6. Do you collect anything else?
Does fabric count? :) I have a small Monster High collection, and have plenty of other oddball dolls. Vintage ephemera, hankies, photos, postcards, and oddities. Although I'm trying to keep my packratting in check these days.