11 comments on “Rosies Doll Clothes Patterns Share and Tell April and May 2013

  1. Thanks so much, Rosie, for featuring ‘Kit’s Couture’ here. And thanks too all of you who have clicked through to take a look! It’s lovely to share my projects with you all.

  2. Chris Lucas on Jun 18, 2013 9:52 am | Reply

    I’m so glad I discovered your site and I’m really happy with how easy your patterns are and love love love your videos too. No matter how much we know and sew there’s many great tips you share with us to help make sewing dolls clothes that much easier. Thanks as well for sharing the pic of the reversible halter top I made for Belle… She loves it and it looks so cute on her.

    Thanks again Rosie and I’m looking forward to enjoying making Belle some more clothes using your patterns :)

    • Hi Chris, I loved reading your blog and finding out what you and Belle have been getting up to. It’s great to see you having so much fun with her and I love the clothes that you have been making. I’m glad you enjoy using my patterns and I look forward to seeing more photos of the outfits you make for Belle.
      Happy sewing
      Rosie

  3. kathleen mellor on Jul 2, 2013 5:15 am | Reply

    Hi I am new to this making doll clothes thing, but can someone please explain how to do the arm and neck holes neatly, Kathy.

    • Hi Kathleen and welcome :) The neatest way to do neck and arm holes on doll clothes is to line the top as it is much easier and quicker than making facings. It is certainly much neater than just turning the raw edges under. I notice that you purchased my course so you will have the bonus crop top pattern which is fully lined, perhaps you could have a look at how I do that pattern. I also do this when making dresses i.e. the whole bodice of the dress is fully lined. If you are adding sleeves or a collar you do not have to worry about this as you are attaching other fabric and the seam is hidden. Hope this helps.
      Happy sewing,
      Rosie

  4. kathleen mellor on Jul 2, 2013 9:13 am | Reply

    Thank you Rosie I did it and it worked a treat,I love it. Thank you also for replying quickly.

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