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The princess set

Added Aug 5, 2008

by galya

Shimshit, Israel




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These are my two angels, dressed up for a fancy occasion.
These type of cloths are quite expensive, so I decided to try and make it on my own.
I wanted to give them a prencess look, similar to the Disney films they watch.

I took the skirt pattern from here, it’s the Linda skirt. Originally it was ment for women, but as you can see, it fits well on them with a some very small changes.
Actually, these are 2 skirts one on top of the other. The upper skirt is made out of a see-though falling fabric, and the front is cut open to create the desired shape.

As for the shirts, I simply took out the pattern from one of their shirts that fit well.
I made them differen shaped sleeves, according to their request.

Material Notes

Cotton off-white fabric.
See-through falling stripped fabric.




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    Oct 13, 2008, 03.55 PMby yoko-1

    Wow! It looks really effective…great idea, never would have thought of that – ever….I really should try this. :o) Hurray!

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    Aug 6, 2008, 02.03 PMby shainaht

    eza yaffe!

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    Aug 6, 2008, 05.05 AMby easbrooke

    So creative! The dresses are beautiful!

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    Aug 6, 2008, 05.03 AMby carlatv

    Very creative! They both look pretty in their dresses.

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    Aug 5, 2008, 03.43 PMby mjb14

    Adorable – the girls and the dresses!

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    Aug 5, 2008, 03.10 PMby maldrich


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