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Beautifully done! I like the close-up that shows how nicely the dress was finished…and oh……..
I just got this fabric in and had to make up one of my ruffled maillots in it. I personally love the color coral! This maillot takes a lot of time and lots of hand stitching, so it’s not an easy …
A very lovely and comfy looking collection! I’m drawn to how breezy some of these look….great …
I designed and made this swimsuit from 4-way stretch aqua blue lycra for BJD’s (ball jointed dolls). I just love the flirty little ruffles! This swimsuit has a lot of hand stitching since it is m…
Aha! There they are! Your pants are just lovely! And they look so comfy, too!
Looks VERY comfy….and the addition of the piping is a really lovely embellishment!
What and AWESOME job you did! It’s wonderful!
P.S. I took a gander at your blog and have to say…
They look sooooo comfy! Lovely job!
This was another sundress that I made to fit BJD’s (ball jointed dolls). Sporting princess seams, it has a very figure flattering style. The bust-line of the dress is constructed separately and t…
Thanks so much!
Tinkerbelle’s wings were made from wire and fabric from a pair of child’s sheer white stockings. …
A summer design for ball jointed dolls from the Iplehouse family. (Note: these dolls are 1/3 human scale, so they are definitely not a Barbie…..LOL!) Sewing in miniature presents unique chall…
This was an outfit I created for a competition for ball jointed dolls (theme was fairy tales). I looked at lots of photos of pirate outfits but found that there really wasn’t any particular outfit…
Thank you so much!
Why thank you!
Thank you….a lot of this was done by hand.
I drafted and tailored the pattern for the doll based on pictures of 1940’s peignoir sets.
Thank you…..at least the doll isn’t creepy like Chucky…..LOL!
Very classy and beautifully constructed!
Here’s another take on my 1940’s peignoir design….done up in champagne colored Victoria’s Secret stretch satin and completed with a bamboo/rayon chiffon robe with marabou trim. My model is a 25"…
I have a very special quilt that one of my grandmothers started for me after I was born. She wor…
Just gorgeous! You did an awesome job! I lived in Germany for awhile and was blessed to see so …
Thank you, Vicki…..except the doll in the dress is 14 inches taller than Barbie :) LOL!
Thank you, Mary Athey!
The 1940’s are one of my favorite fashion eras and I designed this gown from that inspiration. The red Victoria’s Secret stretch satin lent luxury and gorgeous drape (and red for Christmas!). Sew…
What decade inspires me the most? I would say the 1940’s. More specifically, women’s clothes o…
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