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Hello all! Here’s the grand finale of Barbie® week! (Also, I made a couple of dresses and added them to my Etsy store! Clicky over on the top right)***I made a couple of Liberty dresses too, those will be listed later! Please don’t be intimidated by the knit fabric in this shirt-or the small seams. They’re not as bad as they seem! Click below for more! You’ll need: a piece of knit fabric-the thicker knits work better- I wouldn’t use a thin knit unless you are comfortable with swearing. sew on velcro ball point needle pattern Cut out your pattern-this is what it will look like all laid out. If you want to embellish your top-now’s the time! I sewed on a little fabric flower I had floating around. We’ll start on the neckline. this is what it should look like-I suggest ironing all your seams throughout-it makes it look so much better when you’re done! You also don’t need to worry about seams fraying since it’s knit. yah! Now for the sleeves. Now pin the right sides together like so… tada!

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untitled Craftiness Is Not Optional sewing, crafts, and parties Search Results for: label/Barbie® clothes froufy barbie skirt tutorial I hope you’ve had as much fun with Barbie® week as I have! Here’s one more fun skirt tutorial! Enjoy Continuing with Barbie® week here: a cap sleeve top. So…..let’s get down to business. (to defeat the Huns..) Barbie Tops & Sweaters Silver wrap over cardigan Here is the second project for your advent Calendar or for Christmas gifts. I had this little piece of silver fabric and I thought it would make a perfect wrap over cardigan for Holidays (or any other occasion).

Tutorial: Sew a 11-1/2" (such as Barbie) fashion doll dress As promised in my previous post, here's a step-by-step tutorial for sewing this doll dress. The dress is one I designed and sewed (many, many times) in the 1970s. I scanned my original pattern pieces, which means they aren't perfect - you'll see the pin holes and slightly crooked solid lines. But that kinda adds to the charm don't you think? The document is a PDF and you can download it here. I have it set to print on a 8-1/2" x 11" sheet of paper.

Barbie® dress tutorial Kicking off Barbie® clothes week…can I have a drum roll please? ok, just kidding. quit banging on your desk. Yes, you! here’s a simple tutorial for a cute Barbie dress! Here’s a quick and easy tutorial for a Barbie® skirt-easily customizable with ruffles or pleats along the bottom, as well as the pieced together look-you choose! Click below for more! You’ll need: one piece of fabric 7 1/2″ x 4 1/2″, or two pieces equaling that, if you want the pieced look. a dress for barbie Malcolm is attending a classmate's birthday party so I needed to come up with a gift. My favourite thing to give - especially to a child - is a book. But I wanted to include a little something for play as well. Just a re-post of my Barbie gown tutorial, originally featured on U Create! I love making Barbie® clothes. I also like making them easy to make. They’re tiny enough-no need to complicate things, right? So I’m on a quest so to speak, to make Barbie® clothes easier to sew. Doňa Ramira (cca 1660) Yes, people, I decided to rob Velazquez, Carreňo de Miranda and the movie Follie des grandeurs Not 100%... Undergarments is very important - they help to create thes hape of the costume. So I began here.... In days of old as undergarments were considered chemise, stays (corset), petticoat(s), hooped petticoat (called farthingale, crinoline, paniers, verdugado, tontillo, guardainfante - depends where and when) and stockings Kicking off Barbie® clothes week…can I have a drum roll please? ok, just kidding. quit banging on your desk. Yes, you! here’s a simple tutorial for a cute Barbie dress! Click below for more! You’ll need: Barbie Crochet and Sewing Free Patterns Playing with Barbie is a tradition that spans generations. Outfitting Barbie continues to be a challenge met by parents, grandparents, and friends of children who are creative with craft making. Finding free patterns can lessen the expense, so I have been working on collecting Barbie patterns to help crafters use their skills with free patterns. What I liked about this research is Ken is not left out.

Barbie wool bobble hat I don’t knit, I would love to know how to knit for me and my family. I am so impressed when I see some of the realizations around me. For now I just took a little piece of wool that I cut from a recycled sweater. I am very proud of this hat, I have always wanted to try to make one. And the result is really good. free Barbie dress pattern « Helen's Doll Saga black cat Posted by helen on April 28, 2012 I made a poodle dress before, here is a cat dress: Like this: Like Loading...