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Thread: Ugly fabric project finished

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    Ugly fabric project finished

    I just finished the 2 american girl doll..18" doll clown costumes with a piece of fabric I had and wanted to use up...I think they came out adorable..I forgot to get the hat into the picture...
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    Adorable, yes!

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    That did turn out cute!

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    Oh, so sweet. I just love making doll clothes, so I appreciate your labors! Would love to see the hat. Is it a clown pattern, or did you devise it?

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    Absolutely adorable!!!! Great work.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Now you need to make some red floppy shoes..

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    Very cute.
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    Oh Sue that turned out great!!
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    Very cute Sue! Love your work!
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    That is very cute! I would bet some little girl will love to have it for her doll.

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    I remember your post about thinking of this. It turned out great!
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    Really cute. Thanks for sharing
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    Absolutely adorable. The fabric is perfect!

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    Love it. Too cute.

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    It is adorable.

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    Another adorable, I just love these, thanks for sharing
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    That is sooooooo cute.

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    NOT UGLY at all. They r just cute

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    I remember seeing your post showing the fabric and mentioned that you were going to make a clown suit. This fabric was perfect for a clown and it turned out adorable. You might see if you can find a small red rubber or plastic ball and cut out a little hole in the back of the ball and attach it to doll's face (nose) that would be sooooo cute. Don't use a permanent glue though if you plan to redress the doll in some other way at another time. Love your little clown suit!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandrea View Post
    I remember seeing your post showing the fabric and mentioned that you were going to make a clown suit. This fabric was perfect for a clown and it turned out adorable. You might see if you can find a small red rubber or plastic ball and cut out a little hole in the back of the ball and attach it to doll's face (nose) that would be sooooo cute. Don't use a permanent glue though if you plan to redress the doll in some other way at another time. Love your little clown suit!!!
    What a cute idea!

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