Added Aug 10, 2014
This cute little lady is made using outgrown baby clothes.
Her hair is made from the fleecy lining of a coat and her tights, shoes, dress, body and bows are made from dresses. As the clothes I used were so tiny, the skirt of the dress is a patchwork of 2 different dresses and a babygrow.
The lacy socks were dismantled and re-assembled to be secure to the doll.
The stripy tights are dress fabric and the tutu is an actual baby’s tutu, remodelled to make it tiny and full!
Lovely way to keep your favourite baby clothes or child’s dresses.
Baby dresses, cotton and stretch fabrics.
Fleece coat lining.
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