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Thread: I finally finished the doll clothes

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    Some people will do anything to get something. I am trading
    doll clothes for a a free arm and small embroidery hoop for
    my embroidery machine. It took me almost three weeks to
    finish the doll clothes, like I said some people will do anything
    for a bargin. LOL
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    Oh mouse those are very sweet baby doll clothes. You did a great job on them!

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    What precious doll clothes. I would say you earned your free arm and embroidery hoop!!!

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    Those are very cute Mouse you did a great job.

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    Too cute.

    I bet they were fun to make!!

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    I wish I had the dolly these fit as I could play all day with such finery.

    Fabulous job!

    Riley

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    Those are great!! What size doll are they for? I used to make Barbie clothes for my daughter when she was little. Now making them for my granddaughters - I swear those patterns have shrunk! lol!!!
    And how totally great you're getting things for your embroidery machine! :D

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    Those are sssssooooooo cute :lol: kinda makes me wish I still played with dolls
    Sharon

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    They are for a 14" to 16" baby doll. I made an outfit for a friends
    daughter that was an 18" American doll. They are much easier to
    make. Whomever comes along next with a trade, I hope it is a
    bigger doll. LOL
    Thanks to everyone for the nice words.

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    I've also made cabbage patch clothes, which were much easier too!
    Your's really turned out beautifully!!! :-)

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    Doll clothes can be really fun, but they can also be a lot of fussy work! Those are very cute. :lol:

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    Too cute!

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    Those are great. Don't think I would like working with such small clothes.

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    What a bunch of beautiful cute clothes! And I had a hard time making one baby dress!

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    Those are adorable! Great job!

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    Those are so cute. You did a wonderful job on them. Enjoy your new toys.

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    Those are all just adorable!!! Way to go!!

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    Mouse!! Totally cool beans!! Now, can you make those in Barbie size? hehehe

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    Those are so cute!!

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    Awwwww those are so cute.

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    what alot of work....reall nice

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    Bartering is a great way to get what you want using your skills. Great job.

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    Lovely! You've more than earned the free arm and hoop for your machine!

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    Those are so cute mouse. :) You more than earned your free arm and hoop. :)

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    They are precious!

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