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    Fuzzy Vest..

    I just made this little vest for the 18" dolls..American Girl Dolls...so fuzzy and soft..looks a little crooked in the pic but it isn't
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    Oh how fuzzy. Very cute!!!

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    Cute! American Girl dolls are so much fun to sew for. They are so much eaiser to sew for than Barbie.

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    That is cute - I want to make fur coats for the granddaughter's dolls - I have white fur and leopard fur. Just haven't done anything with the fabric yet. You do a nice job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nammie to 7 View Post
    That is cute - I want to make fur coats for the granddaughter's dolls - I have white fur and leopard fur. Just haven't done anything with the fabric yet. You do a nice job.
    Oh those would would be so cute
    I looked at the picture of the vest again and it really does not show how cute it really is...pictures can either be much better or not nearly as good sometimes

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    ADORABLE Suefish.......good job. Love it. Did you machine sew it or by hand. Bet it is adorable on the doll. Where did you find the little hangers?

    Thanks for sharing

    Vickey

    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fish View Post
    I just made this little vest for the 18" dolls..American Girl Dolls...so fuzzy and soft..looks a little crooked in the pic but it isn't
    "Greater is He that is in me, then he that is in the world"

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    Quote Originally Posted by wordpaintervs View Post
    ADORABLE Suefish.......good job. Love it. Did you machine sew it or by hand. Bet it is adorable on the doll. Where did you find the little hangers?

    Thanks for sharing

    Vickey
    Thanks?i did it by machine....the hanger was from lakes panties lol

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    That is so cute! Last year I made a lot of clothes for granddaughter's American girl and now she doesn't play with it anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitchnripper View Post
    That is so cute! Last year I made a lot of clothes for granddaughter's American girl and now she doesn't play with it anymore.
    That really is too bad ..will have to save it for her children...I just finished my 9th vest..will go on to something else now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sue Fish View Post
    I just made this little vest for the 18" dolls..American Girl Dolls...so fuzzy and soft..looks a little crooked in the pic but it isn't
    Does anyone know what this fabric is called?

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