Before reading the post, please, make sure that you clearly understand the difference between a prototype to check a basic sloper and a finished garment :)
I’ve promised to show my experiment with automatic pattern drawing and resizing the pattern to fit American Girl doll. Continue reading “Making jeans prototype for American Girl doll”
– What is the question? – you may reply. – If you’re sewing an Empire dress, make it higher. If you’re about to sew a 1920s’ dress, it would be low.
Yes, that’s right. But what if I’m going to sew the 1940s’ dress with its underlined waist? Continue reading “Where to make a waist?”
I sewed these swimsuits for our short trip to Bintan two years ago. Unfortunately, I had no time to take photos of Nanni in her swimsuits. Continue reading “Swimsuits for Nanni”
It’s wonderful to live close to the equator. Because it’s great weather all year round and it’s possible to play outside with friends. Continue reading “Two similar dresses, two different patterns”
There was a tradition to make a New Year costumes in my childhood. Usually girls were snowflakes, squirrels or foxes, boys were bears or rabbits.
Continue reading “Christmas and New Year costumes”
Yesterday, unexpectedly, we decided to go for a walk to the Chinese Garden. And I took Paprika with me to take her photos. What a wonderful day it was! It was about to rain, and thus there was no direct sun. Great for photos! Continue reading “Dollsbe Paprika in Chinese Garden”
Last time when I showed my small collection of dresses for American Girl dolls, I thought that it was wonderful to sew collections of doll clothes.
But one collection more I do not have such thoughts :)
Why? Continue reading “Rose Garden – American Girl doll dresses collection”
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”