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Pattern Reviews> McCall's> 8555 (Doll Clothes Package)

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Posted on:3/10/07 11:14 PM


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Marji said... (4/2/07 7:10 PM) Reply
Beautiful, and what a lovely gift for someone who is so obviously special.
LiZ said... (4/2/07 4:19 PM) Reply
Wow , these are beautiful doll's clothes. You certainly have a lot of patience.
AnneM said... (4/1/07 8:23 PM) Reply
That is so cute!
Elemenopeo said... (3/12/07 10:01 PM) Reply
They are fantastic.
blue mooney said... (3/11/07 6:38 PM) Reply
so cute!
Chris Kelly said... (3/11/07 6:06 PM) Reply
I wish I had tiny little elves...lol
Ody said... (3/11/07 5:52 PM) Reply
I showed Abby the doll clothes, and now you have me in trouble--no wait---you can make her clothes in October when you come!! These are absolutely darling and you are making me rethink making doll clothes. No, I know, you make little clothes and tiny elves come clean your house. That's how you have been so neat all along!!! (For those of you who read this down the road, this is a private joke. PT is a self admitted neat freak!)
Annette1 said... (3/11/07 1:31 PM) Reply
Boy, I wish I had a new wardrobe like this! Great job!
PhyllisC said... (3/11/07 12:08 PM) Reply
Wonderful - I love seeing doll clothes made from real fashion fabrics!
Mary Stiefer said... (3/11/07 11:34 AM) Reply
Oh my gosh - these are all adorable.
Mary Stiefer said... (3/11/07 11:34 AM) Reply
Oh my gosh - these are all adorable.
F and L said... (3/11/07 11:06 AM) Reply
Those are exquisite. Just absolutely beautiful.
Stilltheone said... (3/11/07 11:00 AM) Reply
What a great job you did on these doll clothes!!!! And what an adorable dog on your profile picture.
Linda G said... (3/11/07 10:09 AM) Reply
they are so cute. You are a whiz at your sewing machine....
cindy-lou said... (3/11/07 9:49 AM) Reply
PT, you have such patience and discipline. I know this is a labor of love for you and the love shows through beautifully! She will love them all.
Patzee said... (3/11/07 3:45 AM) Reply
Oh, so cute!
nimble said... (3/11/07 1:10 AM) Reply
Oh what gorgeous doll clothes!! The raincoat is beautiful and so is everything else!
 
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