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If I were to transform a doll dress into something I would wear it would be the Bluebell Dress by My Childhood Treasures. I love this combination of a cute and girly dress with a fun and comfortable hoodie. Seriously, I want one! I will have to live vicariously through dolls for now I suppose. (Although, I do have the Lane Raglan and it shouldn't be too hard to add a circle skirt to the bottom. I might just have to make this a reality.)
The dress was easy to put together, especially with the clear instructions. As you can probably tell, I currently have no nice white velcro. I've been meaning to go to the craft store to pick some up, but life keeps getting in the way. I could just order some on Amazon, but I have the urge to explore the magical craft store aisles. That's why you see those ugly black bits of velcro peeking out. I tacked some in quickly so that Catherine could use the dresses. This pattern is awesome though and I know that I'll be making more. I definitely recommend this pattern.
I just have to say, I love how little fabric it takes to sew doll clothes! During this Dolled Up Event I finally have found a use for my scrap bin! (I'm sure you have one too -- it's filled with pieces of fabric too big to toss, but so small that they never really work for another project.) These dresses are made entirely of scraps from fabric I got at Girl Charlee. (You can see some of the fabric on Catherine's Hearts Hoodie and my Julia Women's Cardigan.)
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