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Thread: Daughters request

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    Senior Member wannaquilt1's Avatar
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    My daughter wanted me to make her dolly an outfit that looks like a quilt LOL. I got this kit and made it today and I still have to make the matching purses but I think it came out pretty good. The skirt looks like strip piecing but it's all one piece ;) Cant wait till she wakes up to see if she likes it :)
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    Cute

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    Love it! Maybe she could have a matching skirt that looks like her doll? It would be so cute.

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    That is totally adorable! I think she'll love it, be sure to post pix of the purses!

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    That is soooo cute. She will love it. I used to sew my daughter a dress to match her dollys. She loved it. That was many many years ago. Oh to have them little again.

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    Very cute

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    Cute she will be so happy.

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    What a lovely thing to do! Very nice!

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    So cute. My daughter (now 22) fondly remembers a cloth doll that was big enough to wear 2yr old clothes that I made her when she was a baby. I had worked on it so hard even painted the face instead of sewing it on; I was amazed at how great she turned out. When my daughter got older she decided to put makeup on this cloth doll; it never came out. I just bought a pattern to make her daughter (4mos today) a Ragedy Ann doll. I also want to get some patterns and the doll to make the 18in ones. You did a really great job and I'm sure as she gets older she'll also appreciate the work you did for her.

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    I have been making the Daisy Kingdom Doll dresses and putting them away for my future granddaughter for a long time now. I can't wait to be in your shoes one day and be able to surprise my little one with dresses!! You are blessed

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    Very cute.

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    very cute

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    Cute outfit. I'm sure she'll love it. My mom has been making 18in doll clothes for months now for one of her great granddaughters. My favorite is a lime green raincoat and matching hat. She has more patience than me to sew all those little clothes. Never had to, had all boys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by romanojg
    So cute. My daughter (now 22) fondly remembers a cloth doll that was big enough to wear 2yr old clothes that I made her when she was a baby. I had worked on it so hard even painted the face instead of sewing it on; I was amazed at how great she turned out. When my daughter got older she decided to put makeup on this cloth doll; it never came out. I just bought a pattern to make her daughter (4mos today) a Ragedy Ann doll. I also want to get some patterns and the doll to make the 18in ones. You did a really great job and I'm sure as she gets older she'll also appreciate the work you did for her.
    awh how cute! I made her a raggedy ann doll 2 years ago and she still sleeps with it! :) have fun making her i had a blast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaGibbs
    I have been making the Daisy Kingdom Doll dresses and putting them away for my future granddaughter for a long time now. I can't wait to be in your shoes one day and be able to surprise my little one with dresses!! You are blessed
    yup that's what it is daisy kingdom. the kit was at walmart for $7 !!!!!!

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    Very sweet!

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