Den cerise buksa ble til shorts og hettevest:
og den ruta akrylbuksa ble seleskjørt, selebukser og ørevarmere:
men da er også restene HELT oppbrukte. i mellomtiden har jeg selvsagt sett meg ut flere andre, ubrukelige klær.
I know, I get a little eager when I get startet. And you know, I couldn't possibly throw out the scraps from the killed-off 80's garments I cut apart (I told you we never throw anything out). Instead I made some more dolls clothes :)
The rest of the orange t-shirt became a dress and a headband.
The rest of the pink trousers became a pair of shorts and a hooded vest.
The rest of the acrylic pants became a skirt, pants and earwarmers.
But now it's definetly nothing left of these garments. In the mean time I've spotted several other old things to kill off :)
Hi Helene,this clothes are lovely.Ilike them.Happy easter Petra
Bekrefter herved at dukkeklærne har vært beskuet - både lenge og vel :-). Du er så flink atte!
Flotte klær, har sydd en del dukkeklær før, men nå har jeg fått beskjed fra min niese på 9 år, "jeg er blitt for stor til å leke med dukker tante....". Trist spør du meg!
You know what? You'd be one heck of a student at fashion school. I love what you've done with those clothes!!!
I love your doll clothes. Isn't it awefully addictive making doll clothes? They don't take up much material, they go fairly quickly and you don't have to worry about the doll growing out of them. I've made some Baby Born clothes too and wish I was a kid again.