I absolutely love it when customers send me in photos of their doll clothes creations using my doll clothes patterns. It is fantastic to see the wonderful results using different fabric and colors and even some alterations to my patterns. I thought it was time to share some of those photos again.
Noela sent me in heaps of photos showing the huge collection of doll clothes she has made for her granddaughter and I know she would love me to share some of them with you. I believe the next project is the Halloween series and some bike shorts so I can’t wait to see photos of those.
I love the way Noela has used her serger to create a lettuce leaf hem on the sarong, it looks gorgeous and I bet Santa was a hit too!
Judy has done a fantastic job creating some wonderful outfits for her granddaughters and these are just some of the photos that Judy sent in. I look forward to seeing even more.
Ann has used my winter pyjama doll clothes pattern for the top and bottom and put some darts in the top at the front and back to give it a more fitted princess style look which is more flattering than the loose fitting pj top.
Kelli looked terrific for St Patrick’s Day this year. The blouse even had little shamrocks all over it which was just perfect!
Sharon has been adjusting my 18 ½ inch Cabbage Patch doll clothes patterns to make them bigger to fit her larger CPK doll and she is doing a marvelous job. I am looking forward to see photos of the sports shorts and other outfits when she gets them made.
Another Sharon is doing an American Girl project and is making 75 items for her granddaughter’s doll beginning May 1 and ending October 1. She is planning to make all these items from fabric she has on hand or fabric donated. Sharon has made a great start with these three dressing gowns and when her granddaughter turns 7 in October it will be a wonderful surprise package for her.
Cherrylm has been helping her friend Kayla learn to sew following my How to Make Doll Clothes video course. Kayla has done an awesome job making a cute crop top and shorts set and I love the fabric on the sewing machine pin cushion
Mirjim adjusted my winter pyjama pattern to fit her daughter’s favorite teddy, ‘Humphrey’, so that she would have a buddy to take with her on her first school camp. How cute!
Thanks to everyone who has taken the time to send me in these wonderful photos… please keep doing so as I love receiving them and hearing about your sewing adventures.
If you would like to learn how to sew beautiful doll clothes like these then please check out my awesome How to Make Doll Clothes Course. I’m very excited to say it is now available on DVD! Or if you ready to start sewing your own doll clothes right now please visit my extensive range of Doll Clothes Patterns which all come with step-by-step video instructions so it’s just like having your own personal sewing lesson right there in your own home.