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Thread: doll clothes

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    Super Member vicki reno's Avatar
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    Several months ago I got a pattern and started working on doll clothes for my Gd. Money was tight this year so I had to be creative as far as gifts go. So I used scraps from quilts and made her dolls a wardrobe.
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    Oh vicki!!! those are adorable!!! Your DGD is going to love these :D:D:D

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    What a lucky little girl!!! That's quite a wardrobe!! you do good work Grandma! :)

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    My Home Ec teacher would have been proud. Each outfit took almost a half a day from start to finish. About as long as a real outfit.

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    I forgot to say these would be awesome baby clothes!!! You are a wonderful seamstress :D:D:D

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    Oh my! she will be tickled pink!

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    I also embellished a tote bag that I found at JoAnnes. It has a doll face with brown pig tales. I used a cd for the circle size. Then I fused a piece of pink floral fabric to the bag spelling out her name (ashely). I had to zig zag around the letters. About all the fuible stuff did was hold it in place long enough for me to stitch them in place.

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    Vicki,
    You did a smashing job!! So neatly sewn. Your little dgd's gonna love those darling doll clothes. I love the scale of the prints on the dresses. Just right!

    I bet she will treasure these always because you made them.

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    oh those are so darling ,wow all make by grandma a beauitful and special gift,s love it

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    Those are so precious! What a wonderful gift for your little gd.

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