20 April 2018
11 April 2018
|Rose is not sure she wants to try to thread this machine. It really isn't that hard, kiddo.|
|Woodjie wanted his photo taken, too! Isn't he cute?|
08 April 2018
|I got a cute velour dress for Rose at the local thrift shop, but the "bling" parts were missing. I think someone pulled them off before making their donation. So I'm gluing little craft gems for a bit of sparkle!|
|For this project, I used Gem-Tac glue, but I think next time I'll use the trusty E6000. It is far more messy, hard to accurately dispense and has smelly/ bad for you fumes, but it holds better.|
|A close-up of the pattern on Rose's "new" dress.|
03 April 2018
|I had the outfit itself done in this photo, but I was playing around a bit with the accessories to see what would look best. I decided to go with just one pink stripe as you see below.|
|I made everything you see in this photo except the pants and Rose's stockings. I actually have made a pair of matching blue pants, but they're longer than these and Woodjie should wear the shorter ones out first, yes?|
|Plushy stretch velour flowers|
|Rose embellishes her summer shorts. She doesn't want to spend more than a few minutes sewing at this age.|
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