I love this dress/tunic but it is too small so I will try to adjust it too fit me.
It does however fit my model, the lovely Miss M.
Actually none of them fit me but they were all so pretty I did not want to leave them at the store. This one I will probably give to my four-year old granddaughter to have for dress up. Knowing her she will belt it and wear it like nobody’s business!
Miss M and Molly.
Yes I know, some of my photos are blurry. Sorry. I wish this one had long sleeves, it would make a great jacket.
Molly says, “Now point your feet straight.”
We had a great time!
This dress is made from paper wrapping tissue but I would like to use fabric one day to create either a human dress or a Barbie one. I was inspired by the following on Pinterest.
I made this dress for my Barbie quite a few years before Catherine Duchess of Cambridge wore one almost the same.
Now I need to make a hat an put a belt and shoes on her. Ok well I guess she needs a bath also! Then she will look a little more like Catherine Duchess of Cambridge.
Since my mom passed away last month I have been sewing a lot. Something she tried to teach me when I was young but it didn’t go well. Now I have sewn a neck tie. I feel so accomplished! I had never even thought about sewing one. It’s one of those things you just buy in the store. I made this one for my grandson because at my mom’s funeral someone admired his tie. He told them it wasn’t a “real” tie like theirs because it was a clip on. So grandma to the rescue! I just happened to find this great tutorial by Molly over at The Purl Bee.
The fabric was 9.99 a yard at Hancock Fabrics and of course I had to have a yard. Well only because I am new to sewing and had no idea what I was doing. The fabric was not 54 wide as was called for. So I had to draw the pattern out double and then lay it flat to cut it instead of cutting it on the fold. So now I have enough fabric to make my nephew one also.