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Thread: Little girls designer outfits for pennies

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    How clever are you! These are adorable. :-D

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    Adorable!

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    Those are absolutely beautiful. You could sell them in a children's boutique yourself.

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    Thank you for all the compliments. Post some of your ideas.

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    thanks for sharing, I think I will try and made my little granddaughter an outfit.
    they are so cute.

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    Adorable, can't wait to have a grand daugther, have one grandson

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    those are so cute!!I make my GD tutus-they are so expensive in the stores and are so easy to make.

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    OMG!! They are so cute!!

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    Really cute!

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    Good for you! Thanks for sharing!

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    Love the angled ruffles. We have a brand new GD, so will store this idea for the future (and hope to remember). Thanks for sharing.

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    You did a beautiful job, just love your fabric choice. They really look like a fun project.
    Have a blessed day
    Ellen

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    Good ideas! Thanks for sharing your methods and inspiring us! Your two grandaughters are blessed!

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    The outfits are darling! Very nice job. May have to try this for our little granddaughter. Thanks for sharing. :thumbup:

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    those are sooooo cute. You did a good job!!

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    Those are adorable. I remember doing a couple dresses like that for my grandaughter when she was small. I didn't do the shorts however. DGD is now 25 years old, so that was a few years ago! Those tee's can really be dressed up!!

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    Looove these...maybe for my DGD??? :D

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    They are so cute, what a great job you did.

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    Way too cute

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    Mamacat, you are one heck of a grandma! Lucky little girls!

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    Adorable and inexpensive. Doesn't get better than that. You did a fantastic job.

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    How cute!!! Makes me wish I had someone that size to sew for.

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    And they will wear much better too! Very cute!

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    So cute! Wish my GD was a little girl again.

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    They are darling. Another thing you might like to try. Years ago I took a Stretch and Sew class. You old timers will remember them. They taught us how to take the neck of a regular T-shirt and make it ruffle. Try it on one of your old shirts. Using a small zigzag stitch, you sew on the edge of the neck ribbing as you stretch the ribbing. It ruffles the the neck ribbing and is really cute. I have done this on some of my own t-shirts to make them look a little more "girly" and on my grandaughters when we personalize them. I am anxious to try your pattern for my newest DGD when she is older. Thanks

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