14 comments on “Rosie Solves a Problem with Velcro

  1. Judy Friedman on May 13, 2019 4:47 pm | Reply

    Thank you for this tip, Rosie. I remember when Velcro was first invented. IMHO, when it comes to ease of use, it sure beats the alternatives of zippers, buttons, or snaps for closures, and this is doubly true with doll clothes,

    • My pleasure Judy. Yes, I totally agree that Velcro is super easy and makes the ideal closure for doll clothes. 🙂

  2. Pat Stone on May 13, 2019 6:36 pm | Reply

    Thanks Rosie for sharing this tip with us. I know it will come in handy when I start sewing with knits and other stretchy fabrics.

    • My pleasure Pat. And remember, you can also use it when sewing with woven fabric to give you extra room on the bodice if you ever need to. Happy sewing 🙂

  3. Kimberly Link on May 13, 2019 11:55 pm | Reply

    Wow !!!!!!
    Thank you so very much for the tip !!!!
    So, when I come across to that situation……. I’ll know what to do ??? Thank you for sharing all of your videos, and tips ?

  4. What a cool idea. I never would have thought to make one strip of Velcro wider than the other to make it so that when you cut a garment a bit too small, it might still be salvaged. Thanks for posting this.

    • My pleasure Julie. I use this technique often with the doll clothes I sell but have the larger piece of Velcro on top of the bodice so that it gives flexibility to the size of the dress and can be worn by various size dolls.

  5. Bev Gladin on Mar 26, 2020 12:41 am | Reply

    I wish I had seen this great tip sooner! I just gifted about 15 doll outfits to my granddaughter and this would have come in handy! ??‍♀️ I will definitely save this for the future:)
    Thank-you so much,

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