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    I redid the first ones eyes. Made them darker
    I redid the lipstick in 2nd ladies hand. I think it looks better. I just wish their skin was darker. i don't want to tear it out cuz it'll leave holes
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    They are so cute! You did a great job!

    Maybe you could a darker shade of brown on the skin -- the shade that you used in the pillow the girl is sitting on would be good I think. Just a suggestion....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    They are so cute! You did a great job!

    Maybe you could a darker shade of brown on the skin -- the shade that you used in the pillow the girl is sitting on would be good I think. Just a suggestion....
    The brown is actually darker then it shows. I think I found a darker shade. I'll redo sections at a time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bevanger
    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    They are so cute! You did a great job!

    Maybe you could a darker shade of brown on the skin -- the shade that you used in the pillow the girl is sitting on would be good I think. Just a suggestion....
    The brown is actually darker then it shows. I think I found a darker shade. I'll redo sections at a time
    Gosh, I really hate to redo embroidery -- but I think you'll like it better if you do.... :cry:

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    The ladies are beautiful! I love their eyelashes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    Quote Originally Posted by Bevanger
    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    They are so cute! You did a great job!

    Maybe you could a darker shade of brown on the skin -- the shade that you used in the pillow the girl is sitting on would be good I think. Just a suggestion....
    The brown is actually darker then it shows. I think I found a darker shade. I'll redo sections at a time
    Gosh, I really hate to redo embroidery -- but I think you'll like it better if you do.... :cry:
    Its about half way done and I like it so much more. Just redoing skin areas. I don;t wanna do all this hard work to find after I'm done it don't look right. I only have 2 ladies done, so might as well fix them now

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    Very cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzic46
    The ladies are beautiful! I love their eyelashes!
    Thank you. Redoing a bit so will post again when done

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninnie
    Very cute!
    Thank you

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    What an adorable pattern. If it were me I would use those fabric crayons to give the bodies in particular a little color. Kind of like a watercolor wash. I have several Handquilted white on white pieces I intend to tint. Pretend you are giving them makeup like rouge etc.

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