I’ve just released another sewing pattern for your favorite doll. Available to download now from my Etsy shop.
That’s right, I just published 2 new sewing patterns for Barbie and friends. Available now in my Etsy shop.
Available to download now in my Etsy shop.
I just finished publishing my latest sewing pattern, Flirty Flounce. This pattern fits a variety of dolls from Silkstone Barbie to Poppy Parker. I’ve tried it on Elyse Jolie, Color Infusion, Victoire Roux, Poppy, Fashionista, and vintage Barbie and it seems to fit each doll just fine. Pattern is available to download now from my Etsy shop.
Hot off the press — so to speak — I have a new sewing pattern for your favorite doll you can download from my Etsy shop.
I’ve had so much fun making up dresses from this sewing pattern, that I haven’t taken the time to write instructions until now. Hopefully you sewers out there will forgive me, as the pattern is now available to download from my Etsy shop.
I just finished writing directions for my new sewing pattern, Mid-Century Classic. Inspired by a vintage Butterick pattern from the late 1950’s-early 1960’s, the dress features a scoop neck, cap sleeves, and a straight front panel attached to a very full skirt. I love the illustration that shows lace as the full part of the skirt. I may have to try that! Pattern available now in my Etsy shop.
I’ve just published a new sewing pattern called Classic Halter. Based on a vintage blouse pattern by Advance, this dress is sure to be a pleaser on those hot summer nights. Available to download now from my Etsy shop.
I just published this double breasted sheath dress pattern for Barbie and friends based on a vintage 1960’s dress pattern. Available now in my Etsy shop.
I promised you a new sewing pattern this week and here it is: Dressed to Impress. It’s a dress, but you can make it look like a skirt and blouse depending on the fabric you use. Available now in my Etsy shop.