I thought she did an awesome job! Don't you?
I had emailed Pam when she stopped by my blog and she commented that she was going to make a doll for her daughter for Christmas and had already made up several little outfits and was almost done with a dolly quilt. Here is what she made for her kids:
I got a kick out of what she said:
For Christmas, I decided to make the Mini-Kimmy doll, clothing and quilt for my little girl.
As a brand-new, self-taught sewer, I was surprised to discover how easy the pattern was
to follow and how well it turned out! I have to admit that my doll is panty-less, however,
as after 2 failed attempts, I decided she didn't need any panties...
She ended up making the Pirate doll for her son when he saw his sister's doll and he told her: "Mommy, you could make me a doll too if you wanted". Isn't that just too cute? Pam found a Pirate Pattern then and it fit's him perfectly, without pinching any of that masculine pride. LOL Plus, she made him the shorts, eye patch and a hat so he can play pirate himself. He's going to be the envy of all the little boys out there!
If you'd like to make a doll & accessories or a Pirate and accessories (dress up clothes not included) for your kids (this would be a great Christmas or Birthday gift) you can find the patterns at:
Mini Kimmie Doll & Pattern, click here
Pirate Pattern, pattern is on etsy, click here
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