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Barbie® Dress Tutorial

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! Click below for more! You’ll need: fabric: 1 piece 6 ” by 2.5″ for the bodice, and 1 piece 5″ by 12″ for the skirt ribbon: 2 pieces-2.5″ long for straps if you want them sew-on velcro: 4 inches long, and a little over 1/4″ wide (i cut 3/4 inch velcro in half) sewing stuff: thread, iron, scissors, sewing machine….yada yada First, serge or zig zag all edges of your fabric… and with your iron press the two short sides, and one long side of each fabric piece in 1/4 inch. sew about 1/8 inch seam around those three sides. take your bodice piece, and wrap it around your Barbie® (thanks for modeling for us, Cinderella!) Pin the back together so it’s snug, and then pin the front like so for the darts. Sew along the pins for the darts…back stitch a few stitches start and finish so they don’t come out! Try it on and make sure the darts fit!

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