I made a new little nesting doll graphic for some doll dresses…..introducing Li’l Mei (modeled by Li’l Sally, Boo’s Apple Tree House Waldorf-style doll):
You can use my pirate matryoshka tutorial (with download as well) to learn how to transfer image to doll clothes, t-shirts, hoodies, sweatpants etc. Feel free to use the graphic for your own creations….just remember that it is for personal use only! Can’t wait to see what you come up with! (Click the link below if you have trouble viewing the graphic)
Pair Li’l Mei with some cherry blossom fabric and you’ve got an adorable combo!
SUUWEET:) She is TOO cute!
Hi Ashley, I'm Fátima from Argentina. I LOVE your blog so much! I have a daughter, Helena, she's 5 and we have a blast trying to re-create the amazing ideas you post. I just wanted to thank you for your kindness, every now and then you simply make my day (it's not only what you DO, but especially what you WRITE sometimes). Thank you so much and God bless you and your family!
I'm an American living in Asia. This is so perfect for my daughter!
Where did you get the Asian fabric?
I'm an American who used to live in Asia (as opposed to the gal above!). I bought a few kokeshi dolls (wooden dolls) like this when we lived in Japan. My daughter loves to play with them. This is a perfect little kokeshi to dress up her shirts with- domo arigato!!
amy anderson says
Who influenced my creativity? you…and all of you female bloggers out there who take the time to share you thoughts and ideas with the rest of us!
I yearned to do something..i just didnt know what. Thanks to you guys I now have a sewing machine/embroidery combo, serger, power tools and a paint sprayer!! (am learning each and everyday)
I just needed someone to get me going and some courage and ideas along the way. So, thanks..you dont know what a difference you girls make.
to flipping cute serious your awesome
Cole's Corner says
So, so cute. I love this one!
…AND! Ella is finally into doll clothes. I can't wait to make her one like thise. I love the houndstooth on there!
I have just spent WAY too long investigating your blog! You are so talented. I tried to make a skirt in high school, but it didnt go so well! I have a calico stuffed bunny I got about 25 years ago. I actually found the pattern on Etsy…brand new! But now I have to figure it all out! Thanks for making it all look so easy.