There was Lea’s Birthday month ago. I’d finished a new dress for her, and two days before her birthday we visited the sea shore to take Lea’s pictures. Continue reading “Celebrating Lea’s Birthday”
I’ve finished a new collection for my American Girl dolls. During the photo-shoot I faced that I need a doll clothes hanger to show the dresses’ front and back. Sure, I made the first step and ordered wooden hangers from eBay. But estimated delivery is at the end of August.
What to do if I need hangers immediately? Of course, make them myself! Continue reading “DIY doll clothes hanger”
I’d sewn a small collection of dresses for my American Girl dolls. And while I prepared for taking pictures I’d faced a problem that I don’t have suitable shoes to present my collection! Sure,
girls dolls never have enough shoes!
I’d tried to use cheaters method, because I’m lazy, – to buy shoes on eBay. But I had not found any shoes I liked. So I had to get pads that I made last year for American Girl dolls. Continue reading “Handmade gladiator shoes for American Girl dolls”
How do you choose fabrics for doll clothes?
I know that the right way, probably not in a doll sewing, but in general, to draw sketches after you get an idea of a collection. And then visit fabric stores and buy the fabrics that you need.
But I live in Fabric Paradise! Continue reading “Simple Life – small dresses collection for American Girl dolls”
This is the last dress that I sewed for the collection inspired by Alberta Ferretti. Continue reading “Tonner Antoinette floral dress inspired by Alberta Ferretti, part 5”
As I mentioned in the comment on the previous post about the striped dress with 3D embroidery, this outfit became a reason I started to sew this collection for my own dolls. Continue reading “Tonner Antoinette outfit: long striped skirt and cropped top with 3D embroidery. Inspired by Alberta Ferretti, part 4”
Last time you also saw this striped dress at the background. It’s time to show and describe it itself now. Continue reading “Tonner Antoinette striped dress inspired by Alberta Ferretti, part 3”
You have already had a sneak peek at this dress. It’s visible in the photos of the first outfit I’ve shown. Continue reading “Tonner Antoinette dress inspired by Alberta Ferretti, part 2”
When I first time saw Alberta Ferretti Spring 2014 collection, I immediately fell in love! Actually, I started following her after this collection. Continue reading “Tonner Antoinette outfit inspired by Alberta Ferretti, part 1”
I sewed a very simple looking, but honestly not simple in sewing, peasant dress for Lea Clark. Continue reading “Lea Clark in peasant dress”