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Posted on:5/5/14 4:18 PM


Simplicity: 4702 by kidmd  Simplicity: 4702 by kidmd  
Review Rating: Very Helpful by 5 people   
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kidmd said... (5/14/14 8:16 PM) Reply
@SewPerfect Definitely slow down a little, but beyond that my 1/4 inch foot is a game changer. I'm not a quilter, so I'd never used it, but all these teeny clothes have 1/4 inch seams and that foot makes it very easy to be accurate, even on curves and itty bitty armholes.
fourkid said... (5/13/14 6:07 AM) Reply
These are fantastic. Having sewn for Barbie myself - I know how challenging it can be to do those tiny clothes. And I love how they were posed and modeled your creations.
KensingtonCrab said... (5/7/14 4:28 PM) Reply
The outfits are great! I admire your patience to sew something so tiny and I love the poses of the dolls on your blog! Too fun!
SewPerfect said... (5/6/14 10:23 PM) Reply
Wowza! Sew cool! :) What would be your best tip for sewing this small? Besides lots of patience!
AngelaSews said... (5/6/14 8:43 PM) Reply
I am in awe at your patience to create the details on these tiny clothes!
sewtofit said... (5/6/14 12:34 PM) Reply
It always amazes me when I see the detail that goes into these projects. They are truly nice.
Judy Kski said... (5/6/14 10:58 AM) Reply
I love your jeans. Such teeny tiny sewing.
tutti frutti said... (5/6/14 9:29 AM) Reply
You inspired my nine-year-old to dress some Barbies and take them outside for a photo shoot! Beautiful sewing!
AnneM said... (5/6/14 7:22 AM) Reply
Those are so cute! Great idea on the sock-sweater.
supizoo said... (5/6/14 3:46 AM) Reply
If only my jeans fit this well!
charliegirl127 said... (5/5/14 7:59 PM) Reply
These are adorable. Too cool using a sock for the Superman sweater.
missyyz said... (5/5/14 7:51 PM) Reply
I love these ! Made me smile. Some little girl will be thrilled with these extremely cool "one-of-a-kind" Barbie clothes.
sewbehind said... (5/5/14 4:51 PM) Reply
Love a duck, I am amazed at the attention to detail that you achieved with these Barbie/Liv dolls. Wow, and you had to fit the jeans? The Superman sock sweater is so inventive. Distressed jeans....I am amazed. Well done.
 
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