Added Oct 16, 2008
I dreamed of this skirt- could see it in my imagination way before I actually created it. I used for the white top part a simple “A” skirt pattern. I found an image of the “Pierot” baby Sasha doll created by Sasha Morgethal on the net, added the flowers which mirror the floral design of the skirt by Photoshop and then printed it on a ironable sheet.
Stiff white drill (?)cotton
Floral fabric- I think it’s cotton with some elastic fabric.
Printable sheet to iron on fabric
Black and white ribbon
Burda design- Don’t remember which pattern, for I used it so often..
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