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Stitched Journal- September

It’s been an odd month, some good things,some absolutely awful. Stitching time has been very limited, and mostly to a doll I am making, have been making for more years than I can recall accurately.

I am not showing the whole doll yet as she is without hair, and that wouldn’t be fair. This month I have tussled with underwear, it involved pleats and lace and ribbons and bows so small. I have never tried anything so complicated before nor so fiddly. Added to which the pattern I am using has the underwear stitched onto the doll and as a child I hated it when you couldn’t dress and undress a doll, so I had to make it up as I went.

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See the pleats, I was quite pleased with them and the ribbon to fasten the camisole.

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Little lacy gathers on the pantaloons.

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And there she is in her frillies. Not certain yet if she is a Martha or a Matilda, we shall see

Joining with Lola Nova for the Stitched Journal, which by sheer coincidence features memories of a doll!


Comments on: "Stitched Journal- September" (8)

  1. I hope your October runs more smoothly than your September.

  2. So sweet, I can’t wait to see the finished doll 🙂

  3. Ooh, I love a good mystery! Can’t wait until she is wholly revealed. Beautiful work on the clothing! Dolls are going around I think.

  4. Quite right, all clothes should be removable for dollies!

  5. Looks intriguing. I felt just the same about dolls whose clothes didn’t come off when I was a child.

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