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Adorable fashiondoll patterns

MaryinColorado | Posted in Patterns on

Here is a cool site  http://patterns-for-fashion-dolls.deofsf.com also click on “Home” and see thier homepage.  Very cool!

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  1. fabricholic | | #1

    It is very cool. I remember the Gene doll, because Vogue did patterns for her. I believe she is bigger than a Barbie.

    Marcy

    1. MaryinColorado | | #2

      She is larger, very collectable and I think easier to dress and sew for.  Can you imagine being able to increase these patterns 400% to make for ourselves?  Wow, intrigueing thought!  Mary

      1. fabricholic | | #3

        For real? I didn't see that. I remember the doll was pretty expensive, or I would have bought one. She was always so glamorous.

        1. MaryinColorado | | #4

          I read that on the thread "rolled chiffon hem". 

          1. fabricholic | | #5

            I just read it. I didn't know we have a celebrity in our midst, besides Amber. Awesome.

          2. MaryinColorado | | #6

            Yes, Don McCunn is a published author too!  He also has online classes and two Yahoo groups.  In case I forgot to put this in earlier:    http://patterns-for-fashion-dolls.deofsf.com/  

            I had some computer problems so if I already posted this, sorry for the repeat.  Mary

            Oh, guess I did already post that, sorry.  His book is "How to Make Sewing Patterns"

            He is a very talented gentleman, yes?  I look forward to learning from his posts too!

            Edited 6/14/2007 12:25 am ET by MaryinColorado

          3. Cherrypops | | #7

            Thanks Mary, I have found his posts here and googled his website and I joined one of the groups. (add to my other sewing related groups).

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            Becky-book | | #8

            I have that book!!! and did not realize the author was still 'around' until he popped up here!!

            Becky

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