Lately I have been catching up on orders and not posting fun pics to have a look at, so I thought I would remedy that right now!! Here are more styles of clothes that I can make for Sasha. Since so much of the fabric I use is vintage pieces, they end up being OOAK. I can make these styles in equally elegant, fun or interesting fabrics from my....erm....*extensive*.... collection of fabrics. All of these are currently SOLD, they are just examples of styles.
|Something a bit more modern than I usually make. It is a dress made to look like a jumper!|
|Such a simple little style for Sasha yet so effective. You probably can't exactly tell from the pic, but the sandals match the 2 colors of blueberries perfectly! All set for her summer vacation in Maine!|
|A little yoke dress made from lobster print fabric with matching sandals. |
This Maine vacation wardrobe was really shaping up nicely!!
|This little dress is sheer English netting lace (antique, in this case) lined with Swiss batiste in yellow. |
Because the netting lace is very expensive, the cost of this dress is a bit higher than normal.
|A very simple dress is all that was needed to highlight the extensive embroidery on this piece. |
I did put some tucks in the bodice as it was looking a bit plain compared to the elaborate skirt here.
|I couldn't believe that I could get an apron out of a hankie, but I had to try it anyway. PS, the collar on this dress is fine, it was flipped up when I took the pic. (sigh....I need lessons in photography....)|
|This WAS a very ordinary looking apron but boy oh boy, the fabric was fantastic! It was very sheer, so I lined it with pale blue Swiss batiste. I love a tiny hint of color under an otherwise simple white dress!|
|Don't overlook table napkins for doll clothes!! The yellow plaid was one. Note the use of the hemstitched border as the bands on the shirt front! PS, I am not that great at lining up plaids, I just got lucky on this one lol!!|