I’ve always enjoyed sewing and knitting which could be one of the reasons I trained as a Home Economics teacher – a long time ago. I made a lot of clothes for my children when they were small, and as my daughter got older I made her evening dresses and her wedding dress. There is a great sense of achievement in creating something – especially something that is different in some way to everyone else’s outfits. I knitted clothes for Sindy and Action Man, and made 3 little quilted sleeping bags – one for Sindy and one each for my sons’ Action Men. They went camping in Sindy’s tent and abseiled down a rope from the handles on our sideboard. Recently I made clothes for one of my granddaughter’s Sindy dolls – as she loves to play with the clothes I made for her auntie many years ago.
The first photo is of the dolls clothes I made over 30 years ago, and the second one shows the ones I made for my granddaughter recently.
I would like to enter these dolls clothes into –
As You Like It Challenge – What Do You Make Other than Cards – and Why http://asyoulikeitchallenge.blogspot.fr/2017/02/what-do-you-make-other-than-cards-and.html