This week I spent some time testing a new pattern for The Craft Barn.
I’ve tested some before – a bag and a little pouch.
But this one got my daughter excited…
Jennifer has created 5 new patterns:
pants/shorts, a peasant top, a shirred dress,
a skirt and a shirred top.
Very cute – and very easy!
I had never done shirring before
but it was a simple as popping the elastic in my bobbin
and sewing as usual.
It was good to learn on a such a small item really.
So if you’re looking for Barbie clothes patterns,
check out The Craft Barn.
Little Gumnut says
oooh never tried dolls clothes before… hmmmm 🙂
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These turned out really well. I think handmade barbie clothes are so special. I will definitely check out the link.
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Oh, this brings back memories, I sewed Barbie clothes when I was a teenager. They were complicated and intricate and soooo tiny. I wanted to do it because my grandmother had made me some – fittted jackets and dresses.
These look so cute and easy. I need to try shirring again too – haven't done that in forever.
This is so timely for me. I have 3 girls who love Barbies … in fact I blogged about Barbies today too. 🙂
This was my favorite thing to sew when I was in 6th grade!! And then i picke dit up again when my daughters were young – Miss thse days!
Stop by Pandora's Box for a chance to win some vintage linens
aw these look fab i will have to check them out as my little girl has lots of barbies tina x x
these are so cute! I'd doing a handmade barbie clothes roundup and would love to include this. would that be ok?
That would be great! Thanks.
My fav blog for barbie clothes is http://www.missbcouture.com/english/accessories/prettywomanhat/