How it is possible that I've never posted a comment on these DARLING outfits??!! I just love each & every one of them. Karen, you put so much love into your creations. The attention to detail is amazing. I need lessons!!
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Hi Karen, Let's try this again..having trouble posting today.Thank you for your sweet comment and I hope you do smock "Christmas is for Sharing". I've done several variations of...added tress with only Santa is one other. So glad I found your doll outfits. Our Emma just discovered American Girl dolls and thinks she's old enough. We have doubts as she just cut Barbie's hair....several Barbies. Making the outfits is more possible as the branded American Girl outfits are so costly.Gwen
Beautiful dolls clothes! Xx
Hi Karen,Thanks for visiting! I love all these little outfits. I have 4 granddaughters that I sew for. Last Christmas I sewed and knitted each one of their dolls 3 outfits each. Thanks again for your kinds comments.Frankie Ann