Wow, can you believe that it’s been three months since I did a Share and Tell blog? There’s just so much going on in my Facebook Sew and Share group that I sometimes forget that not everyone has Facebook and that I really do need to share your wonderful creations on my blog too. ‘Sew’ here are some of the wonderful photos that have been sent in over the last couple of months.
The first photo is from Jill, who makes these cute little Yoda Stuffy toys and made his coat using my Witches costume as the basic pattern and making alterations. I’m thinking that Yoda looks pretty happy wearing it Jill. Great job!
‘Hi Rosie – I had another attempt at making a coat for my baby Yoda stuffy. I thought you would be pleased to know that the witches costume formed the basis for a much more successful Yoda coat – Cheers, Jill.’
The next cute little models are Baby Born and the 38cm Miniland dolls who are wearing PJ’s made from my Winter Pyjamas pattern with some slight modifications.
Jemma is the owner of Dingleberry Designs and sells these cute Pyjamas, along with lots of other cute goodies.
How sweet is this little ‘rainbow dress’? I totally love the idea of blending all the colours of the rainbow together to make this cheerful dress. And oh my gosh, this bride is simply stunning and the lace skirt is gorgeous!
‘I have made quite a few things from your patterns for my Granddaughter’s Our Generation doll and she has loved them. Her little brother, who has just turned four, wanted a doll too (fear of missing out) so I bought him one for his birthday and he wanted a rainbow dress for his doll.
I have attached a photo to show the rainbow dress I made from the Summer Dress pattern and the Bride’s dress I made from the Wedding Dress pattern but I couldn’t use the circle skirt as it didn’t work with the lace. I just gathered the skirt.’
This little cutie looks like a handmade ‘Cabbage Patch type’ doll and Frances has made one of the options from my Drop Waist Dress 5 Ways pattern for her.
She looks adorable Frances, thanks for sending me the photo.
Susan has done a fantastic job of creating this amazing kimono.
‘This kimono for my 18″ Cabbage Patch doll was made from your Summer Dressing Gown pattern by adding 1.25 – 1.5″ bands to the arm openings and hem of the basic garment, then creating an obi-like wrap-a-round belt.’
I just love receiving emails and photos of your beautiful creations so thank you and please continue to send them in. Hearing about your sewing journey is often the highlight of my day and I know sharing these stories and photos helps to inspire others which is a wonderful thing in these trying times.
Stay well and safe and until next time, happy sewing