Being a “G” rated blog, we couldn’t leave the LaLaLoopsy dolls naked so it was on to making them clothes.
Marti and Mary cut out the clothes patterns from material to match each doll’s hair color.
And the dolls almost fully dressed. Here is each finished dress that matches the doll’s hair color.
Lastly was the bloomers. The pattern was wrong and it took three tries (and lots of giggles and laughing) to make bloomers that actually fit.
All that was left was a some hair ribbons and a bow as a few finishing touches. Was it worth all the time and effort? These pictures of little Anabelle, taken on Thanksgiving Day, tell the result. Not so sure at first,
but then taking the doll for a stroll. Success!
Now we have to bundle up the remaining three dolls and ship them out to our three granddaughters in Missouri. Wish we were going to be there for Christmas to see the girls open the presents. We need to clone ourselves to be everywhere at once! ;c)
It’s not the end of the doll making. A couple of the ladies here at the Volunteer Village want to make dolls for their granddaughters. Marti has started a trend!
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