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1  Re: Doll Clothes (Post your projects here!) in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by dawnmcd on: November 21, 2009 10:56:13 PM
So many wonderful clothes here. very inspiring.

Here are a few things I have made for my daughter and my dolls.

A hoodie and jeans


2 1940's dresses and an Apron




Pioneer dress, apron, bonnet and handkerchief


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2  Pillowcase dress and top, Peasant dress and Capri's in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by dawnmcd on: May 20, 2008 11:40:41 AM


I made these for my daughter's using instructions for parksbird patterns. These are my first pillowcase dresses.  I got the 2 pillowcases for .69 a piece and the white sheet I made the peasant dress is one I had - (it is under the yellow pillowcase dress). I did buy the denim fabric- it was 3.99 a yard on sale. but still a great deal and it only took 3/4 a yard.
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3  Rah! Rah! Rah! Cheerleader costume in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by dawnmcd on: November 01, 2007 09:47:49 AM
Here is the costume I made for my 8 yr old.  She wanted to be a cheerleader so I made it Halloween themed.  She loved it! 

I used Simplicity 5485 to make it - man I hate putting in zippers and this had 2!  grrr

Anyway here is a shot of the outfit and a few action shots.




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4  American Girl Molly and Hallie dress's in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by dawnmcd on: August 19, 2007 06:22:11 PM
I made these clothes for my girls American Girls dolls - Molly historical doll and Hallie Hopscotch Hill doll.

Molly - Used Simplicity #4347 - the top and vest are a tad tight I will add 1/4-1/2 inch next time I use them.


Hallie - I used this great tutorial http://houseonhillroad.typepad.com/photos/sunny_day/index.html to do the shirring. I added a tiny tiny yoyo with a flower button to dress it up.


Thank you for looking
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5  Tank top and tierd skirt and matching doll outfit in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by dawnmcd on: August 19, 2007 06:13:10 PM
It has been so long since I finished an outfit for any of my kiddos!  But today I finished this outfit for my 8 yr old. I had finished the shirt for her to wear on the 4th of July to match her Molly Doll's outfit  I had made. The skirt I finished today. I used simplicity pattern #4613 for the tank and the skirt I wish I had made the yoke on the skirt a bit shorter but she likes it.  The skirt has a built in knit short underneath. I also added one extra layer of ruffle (the blue pattern)
the doll's outfit is made from simplicity #4347

Front view


Back View


With Molly Doll


Thanks for looking, I have been so inspired by everyone else's projects
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6  Re: 'What do you look like?" atcs! in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by dawnmcd on: January 26, 2007 06:25:21 PM
Oh I have this digital one I just did, This is my 3rd ATC

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7  Re: "My First" ATC gallery for all the fabulous newbie ATC Artists in Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) by dawnmcd on: January 24, 2007 09:12:22 PM
Ok no laughing - k?  k?

Here are my first ever ATC I think maybe the first one breaks the rules cause her hair sticks off the edges but not sure if that is allowed?

the first 2 are paper and stamps and wire and lots of other things.  the 3rd is digital.  they where so fun to make.   

Loved To Pieces


Perfect Day


Be your own butterfly


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8  big boy jeans to little boy jeans in Clothing for Kids: Completed Projects by dawnmcd on: January 24, 2007 01:51:57 PM
Love this forum- so cool to see all the spiffed up projects.  I wanted to share the jeans I made for my little boy out of the legs from some too small jeans from my big boy.





I basically cut the legs from a size 12 pair of jeans to the length of a fav pair of my younger boys pants (about a size 5/6) adding 2 inch for waist.  then I used the same pants to draw on the crotch seam on the the s legs. put the legs inside each other right sides facing and sewed the crotch seam. then just added a  elastic waist.  when I cut the legs off the original pair I kept the original bottom seams.  I also cut the pockets and some of the belt loops and the "Levi" tag from the original jeans and added them to the legs. My little guy loves them.
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