Girls and their dolls

DIY, Sewing






The holiday season is creeping up and I’m getting so excited! I fully realize that we still have Halloween and Thanksgiving to get through but Costco’s decorations and toys were already out today so I couldn’t help it!

And if you’re in the market for gifts…everyone knows handmade is always better! Have you guys seen See Kate Sew‘s new line of doll fabric and coordinating prints? Seriously the cutest, most genius idea ever. The dolls come pre-printed ON the the fabric, so all I had to do was cut them out, sew them together and stuff them! My kids went crazy over them! If your kids love their dolls like their own children, you might want to think about getting them their very own pram from the UK’s best selling dolls prams provider.

Click read more to see all the pics!



And I obviously had to make matching outfits out of the coordinating fabric as well. I made little Goldie a fun skirt out of the confetti dots with contrasting ruffle and ric rac, a similar skirt for my twins to share and an Infinite A-line Dress for Mimi out of the rest (the fun aqua-cream stripe fabric is from Riley Blake). I get such a kick out of each one of these little outfits!





And lest you ever think that you’re the only one who screws up their sewing projects: I couldn’t find the ruffle pattern piece when I went to cut it and my computer’s in the shop so I couldn’t reprint it. I just free-handed it and made them a TAD too wide…so Luke says they look like angel wings instead of ruffles. LOL.

Also, I totally forgot my own pattern instructions and cut my placket wrong on the back, so the buttons are totally off-center. Doh! Whatev. Mimi makes even my screw-ups look cute!

If you’d like to get your hands on this cute fabric, check out Kate’s list of suppliers HERE and you can get the Infinite A-line dress pattern HERE. Happy sewing!


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