I am hoping to get some doll things sewn this week, since it's too cold to roam around outside. But first I needed to measure some dolls, so I started with Coriel, a Impldoll Azalea. She's a slightly newer version of the Idol than the first ones that Impldoll cast , so she is a good poser and everything works well on her. Here are her basic measurements--you can see where I measured by looking at the photo for most of them:
waist= 20.5 cm
hip= 32 cm
Upper arm around= 9.5 cm
forearm, around = 8cm
wrist at ball= 7cm
shoulder to wrist=21.5
hand circumference widest point 12.5cm
Collarbone to waist (front, over bust)= 14.5 cm
nape of neck to waist (in back)= 11.5 cm
shoulder blades, across back plate= 8.5 cm
Waist to ankle (side)= 44cm
hip to ankle (Human hip, not hip ball)=40 cm
hip ball to ankle(side)=36cm
Waist to knee (front)= 23 cm
waist to knee (back)= 24 cm
upper thigh (around)= 18cm
calf (around)= 13cm
ankle widest point= 9cm
flat foot (heel to toe)= 7cm
instep (around upper foot)= 8.5
toe box, around= 7.75cm
neck ( the very top, for hybrids)= 10cm
around shoulders (for cloaks)= 34cm
around base of neck (for collars)= 11.5cm
Here is Coriel and Headless Laurel-- the older body had the wrong ankle balls, so I made more that were the right size but the wrong color, and the blushing just peeled off (I need to bake some new ones). Laurel also has a not-perfectly-fitting bust plate and the older knees that you need to turn outward to have her sit. There is a fix for that, but you need patience and a dremel. The slot inside the hip has a little extension on the bottom so that the leg can turn, and if it is too short or not cleaned out completely it can't turn far enough to bring the knees upright.
Here's Coriel and Laurel sitting--you can see that Coriel is better at sitting "normally" than Laurel is:
And finally just a head shot of "good sport" Coriel. I bought that wig from Impldoll and it is awesome. :D
For people who want to hybrid the heel feet from Impldoll on other things--this is the new foot (used on both Star and Idol sizes)
It is about 7cm around the ball, a bit on the large side.
The Soom heel foot is from the Old Body (and it is different from the New Soom Body--you cannot swap them between the old and new Soom bodies) and is more of a typical heel foot size. Soom only sends one set of ankle balls with a doll, so you need to use the ones that came with the flat feet for the heel feet.
Don't buy heel feet without the balls! Each set seems a bit different from another.
If you want a smaller foot that has an ankle ball attached, this is the link to the SD sized heel foot at Resinsoul.