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Old 02-04-2013, 09:03 PM   #2611
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Sorry I have not posted in awhile. I just kept getting further and further behind. Then it makes it hard to catch up, especially on my phone. So I will not multiquote, I hope that is OK. I also went back about 10 pages, and I'm sorry if I missed anything.


Pyrxtc:
Great find on the mickey chairs, I love these!!!!
Love the dresses for the contest, especially the last one with the purple flowers!
And I can’t wait to see the Cinderella dress!

Scrapheaven:
Unbelievable Wizard of Oz dress, sooo beautiful!!!

Dianemom:
Those t-shirt shorts are very cool!!

Like those ruffle shirts/pants, especially with that great price on the fabric.
And I love that pink Minnie polka dress and Mike dress, great finds! I have a cute tulle dress I was gonna add an applique to, but I’m afraid to ruin it, so I keep saving it for later. DD2 will have outgrown it before I get brave.

Would love to hear more about your upcoming trip, or maybe I have to wait til the surprise is over???
Cute cat shirt!!! Love that applique.

Hey jude:
Cute Rapunzel outfits!! Max looks awesome!!

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Congratulations!!! And I hope you are feeling better!

Miprender:
How is the trip prep going? Can’t wait to see outfits.

Princess mickey:
I have the same problems multi-quoting on my phone, which is why I am currently so far behind

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Cute shirt!!

Nannye:
Look forward to photos of your customs and that is awesome that you got money back on the machine!

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Love all your stuff as always!!! (I may have commented before, but I can’t remember) I Love pirate Mickey!!! And the new SOTMK!!!
Your baby quilt is awesome! After I made that chenille baby blanket, I have had no desire to make another anytime soon. Chenille was sooo difficult.

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Like those bottle holders, very cute!

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Very cute Jessie top and tink dress! I love the Minnie shirt and skirt!!!

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Welcome, and I look forward to any pictues you post!!!

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The 50 ideas just waiting sounds so much like me, if only I could start one of them

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Your boys are soo cute, along with the adorable outfits you make for them!!!


VBAndrea and Purple Ears:
I am sure I missed commenting on your items, but cannot find them at the moment. For now I'll just say Hi!!!!! (and sorry)

Hope I didn't miss anything, if I did I am very sorry!!! I will try to do better. Oh I do have a trip planned for June, so if I ever get my act together, I will have a bunch of outfits(hopefully), probably finished as we are walking out the door.

And I hope to post my niece's dress tomorrow.

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I need ideas. My daughter will be going on a make a wish trip to Disney world. We have seven young kids so have to come up with outfits for all of them, but the one who has me stumped is the wish child Ava. She's almost nine, tall and skinny, and very much into fashion. She did find a precious Snow White Tween costume that I will get her. But, I need serious help with other outfit ideas. Does anyone know where I can find cool, funky tween outfits?

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And I am sure someone else will have an idea for you. I am still in toddlerhood thank goodness!!!
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Here are a couple of things that I finished up on Friday. The weekend was busy so I am just getting around to taking pictures now.



I have almost used up that ruffle fabric. I am happy with how the outfits turned out but I doubt I will buy that fabric again. Also, I swear that I had hooped that sandcastle dress straight but it looks so crooked in the pictures! I don't know what happened.

Also, there is a special e-pattern sale this week. You can get 18 patterns for $25. I like most of the patterns so it is probably worth it for me to purchase the package but other patterns I will probably not use. Anyhow here is a link:
http://gotosew.com/2013/02/sew-fab-p...sale-giveaway/
Very cute -- I quite like the ruffle fabric for the sleeves.

I hooped a BG shirt really crooked once -- same as you, swore I had it straight. I hooped it at such an angle though that it looked like it was done on purpose and it worked (It was Pooh writing).

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Thanks. :-). Where do I find the photobucket account?

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Welcome! Your dd is so pretty! The photobucket account is listed on page 1 -- read the first post. I have a dd the same age who is also skinny. I buy her a lot of jeans and embellish those. I take smaller sizes and add length to the bottom with ruffles or deco. I never put my pics in the photobucket account but I should be posting a pair by the end of the week. I also deco'd a short denim skirt for a tween once and it's to do.

This is an example of some jeans:


And this shows the denim skirt (not a close up though):





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I am sure I missed commenting on your items, but cannot find them at the moment. For now I'll just say Hi!!!!! (and sorry)
You didn't miss anything b/c I haven't posted/finished anything. I am almost done with a pair of jeans though so stayed tuned!
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Here are a couple of things that I finished up on Friday. The weekend was busy so I am just getting around to taking pictures now.



I have almost used up that ruffle fabric. I am happy with how the outfits turned out but I doubt I will buy that fabric again. Also, I swear that I had hooped that sandcastle dress straight but it looks so crooked in the pictures! I don't know what happened.
I really like the outfits! Great job! The illusion of the appliqué being crooked may be due to the placement of the fabric motif on the fabric. If not, it's so slight, no one will notice but you.
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Here are a couple of things that I finished up on Friday. The weekend was busy so I am just getting around to taking pictures now.



I have almost used up that ruffle fabric. I am happy with how the outfits turned out but I doubt I will buy that fabric again. Also, I swear that I had hooped that sandcastle dress straight but it looks so crooked in the pictures! I don't know what happened.

Also, there is a special e-pattern sale this week. You can get 18 patterns for $25. I like most of the patterns so it is probably worth it for me to purchase the package but other patterns I will probably not use. Anyhow here is a link:
http://gotosew.com/2013/02/sew-fab-p...sale-giveaway/
I love how these turned out! Especially that ruffle fabric on the sleeves - super cute! I don't think anyone will notice the sandcastle... I think it might look that way due to the pattern on the fabric.

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I need ideas. My daughter will be going on a make a wish trip to Disney world. We have seven young kids so have to come up with outfits for all of them, but the one who has me stumped is the wish child Ava. She's almost nine, tall and skinny, and very much into fashion. She did find a precious Snow White Tween costume that I will get her. But, I need serious help with other outfit ideas. Does anyone know where I can find cool, funky tween outfits?

Kristy
Welcome! I love that snow white outfit - adorable! My favorite for my girls was the Audrey ruffle skirt by Lisa at Funktional Threads... You can buy her patterns here: http://www.youcanmakethis.com/search...tional+threads Next to Carla C and Oliver & S - Lisa's patterns are the best - and really geared at the tween - IMO.

I also love Andrea's idea of embellishing a denim skirt.

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Old 02-05-2013, 08:54 AM   #2617
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I need ideas. My daughter will be going on a make a wish trip to Disney world. We have seven young kids so have to come up with outfits for all of them, but the one who has me stumped is the wish child Ava. She's almost nine, tall and skinny, and very much into fashion. She did find a precious Snow White Tween costume that I will get her. But, I need serious help with other outfit ideas. Does anyone know where I can find cool, funky tween outfits?

Kristy
Are you looking to make some things or to purchase some items?

One way to have great t-shirts for one day is to make tie dye Mickey shirts. There is a thread on the Disboards with some directions for how to make them. You can easily purchase t-shirts for your entire family and tie dye them together. If you do make them I have two tips for you. First, use the same color dyes on all the t-shirts. The pictures come out a million times better that way. Second, use WAY more dye than you think you need on the shirts and make sure to squeeze some dye into the folds or your shirts will end up being mostly white. I have two younger teens and they are very picky about clothes. Even they love the Mickey tie dye shirts.

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Like those ruffle shirts/pants, especially with that great price on the fabric.
And I love that pink Minnie polka dress and Mike dress, great finds! I have a cute tulle dress I was gonna add an applique to, but Im afraid to ruin it, so I keep saving it for later. DD2 will have outgrown it before I get brave.

Would love to hear more about your upcoming trip, or maybe I have to wait til the surprise is over???
If you are worried about appliqueing right onto the cute tulle dress, try doing your applique onto a piece of felt, trimming it close and then sewing that onto the dress. If you use a piece of contrasting color felt, then the applique will really stand out nicely. Plus, if you ruin the applique while you are making it, then you haven't lost much more than an inexpensive piece of felt.

We are going to Disney for 3 days. I booked a room at the new Art of Animation resort. We've never stayed at a value resort before so I hope that I like it. But this is an expected, budget conscious trip so I am trying not to spend a fortune on it. I don't have much more than that planned out right now.

I can't wait to see pictures of your dress.


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I hooped a BG shirt really crooked once -- same as you, swore I had it straight. I hooped it at such an angle though that it looked like it was done on purpose and it worked (It was Pooh writing).



This is an example of some jeans:


And this shows the denim skirt (not a close up though):
I remember when you hooped the BG shirt crooked. It ended up looking totally intentional and turned out great!

I love the jeans and denim skirt. I can't wait to see your newest pair of jeans.

Also Andrea, can you possible explain your math for the twirl skirts again? I never paid much attention to it but now I'm ready to make one with scraps that I've been saving and I can't remember your explaination.

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I really like the outfits! Great job! The illusion of the appliqué being crooked may be due to the placement of the fabric motif on the fabric. If not, it's so slight, no one will notice but you.
I certainly hope that it is because the pattern in the fabric isn't straight. It is just a dress for my niece to wear at the beach so it isn't that important. But if it was something I was going to sell, I'd make the while thing over.

D- I missed getting your quote. I think I finally used up enough of that ruffled fabric that I can feel like I am done with it. I got it on a great deal from Girl Charlee but I really didn't love it. It was hard to work this and very sheer. It looked cute for the sleeves though. I doubt I will buy it again. I don't think I got to comment on your overalls on here but they are adorable! Even if they turned out a bit big, they will still get plenty of use. Plus, everybody gives newborn sized clothes as baby gifts and they grow out of that stuff so quickly (except my two girls who actually wore their newborn clothes for about 3 months because they were both tiny).
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Thanks guys. I'm going to show her some of these and see what she thinks. I'm looking to either buy or make. I can't sew very well, but my mom can. She can do embroidering or anything like that though. I think I will definitely make the tie dyed shirts. Hopefully I can get enough cool accessories to make any outfit worthy of her to wear. Lol

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Thanks. :-). Where do I find the photobucket account?

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I see that Andrea has responded to your question. I have to say I am bad about putting pictures on the group photobucket account - as in I haven't put any up!

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Sorry I have not posted in awhile. I just kept getting further and further behind. Then it makes it hard to catch up, especially on my phone. So I will not multiquote, I hope that is OK. I also went back about 10 pages, and I'm sorry if I missed anything.

VBAndrea and Purple Ears:
I am sure I missed commenting on your items, but cannot find them at the moment. For now I'll just say Hi!!!!! (and sorry)

Hope I didn't miss anything, if I did I am very sorry!!! I will try to do better. Oh I do have a trip planned for June, so if I ever get my act together, I will have a bunch of outfits(hopefully), probably finished as we are walking out the door.

And I hope to post my niece's dress tomorrow.
Welcome back! I am not sure I have posted anything I made lately, mostly because I haven't been sewing. I will be doing a bunch of sewing over the next few months as my brother-in-law and his wife are expecting their first child.

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Welcome! Your dd is so pretty! The photobucket account is listed on page 1 -- read the first post. I have a dd the same age who is also skinny. I buy her a lot of jeans and embellish those. I take smaller sizes and add length to the bottom with ruffles or deco. I never put my pics in the photobucket account but I should be posting a pair by the end of the week. I also deco'd a short denim skirt for a tween once and it's to do.

This is an example of some jeans:


And this shows the denim skirt (not a close up though):



You didn't miss anything b/c I haven't posted/finished anything. I am almost done with a pair of jeans though so stayed tuned!
I still think those outfits you made look great. I hope to see pictures of the jeans soon!

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Thanks guys. I'm going to show her some of these and see what she thinks. I'm looking to either buy or make. I can't sew very well, but my mom can. She can do embroidering or anything like that though. I think I will definitely make the tie dyed shirts. Hopefully I can get enough cool accessories to make any outfit worthy of her to wear. Lol

Kristy
Another idea you may want to consider is a park bag/purse for your special princess. This is my park bag:



Since I am on my Photobucket account, I will post some outfits that I made for myself, as they may be acceptable to a tween too.

A Minnie-inspired Rebecca dress


A Minnie-inspired Jamie dress


A retro Mickey Jamie dress


A Mickey blouse and World Showcase skort:


Hopefully these pictures will get your creative juices going!
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Thanks for posting this, I can't wait to look at it!

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Very cute -- I quite like the ruffle fabric for the sleeves.

I hooped a BG shirt really crooked once -- same as you, swore I had it straight. I hooped it at such an angle though that it looked like it was done on purpose and it worked (It was Pooh writing).

Welcome! Your dd is so pretty! The photobucket account is listed on page 1 -- read the first post. I have a dd the same age who is also skinny. I buy her a lot of jeans and embellish those. I take smaller sizes and add length to the bottom with ruffles or deco. I never put my pics in the photobucket account but I should be posting a pair by the end of the week. I also deco'd a short denim skirt for a tween once and it's to do.

This is an example of some jeans:


And this shows the denim skirt (not a close up though):






You didn't miss anything b/c I haven't posted/finished anything. I am almost done with a pair of jeans though so stayed tuned!
Love the Mulan outfit, very cute!!!

I am very glad I didn't miss anything I was feeling bad. Can't wait to see the jeans!

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Are you looking to make some things or to purchase some items?

One way to have great t-shirts for one day is to make tie dye Mickey shirts. There is a thread on the Disboards with some directions for how to make them. You can easily purchase t-shirts for your entire family and tie dye them together. If you do make them I have two tips for you. First, use the same color dyes on all the t-shirts. The pictures come out a million times better that way. Second, use WAY more dye than you think you need on the shirts and make sure to squeeze some dye into the folds or your shirts will end up being mostly white. I have two younger teens and they are very picky about clothes. Even they love the Mickey tie dye shirts.


If you are worried about appliqueing right onto the cute tulle dress, try doing your applique onto a piece of felt, trimming it close and then sewing that onto the dress. If you use a piece of contrasting color felt, then the applique will really stand out nicely. Plus, if you ruin the applique while you are making it, then you haven't lost much more than an inexpensive piece of felt.

We are going to Disney for 3 days. I booked a room at the new Art of Animation resort. We've never stayed at a value resort before so I hope that I like it. But this is an expected, budget conscious trip so I am trying not to spend a fortune on it. I don't have much more than that planned out right now.

I can't wait to see pictures of your dress.



I remember when you hooped the BG shirt crooked. It ended up looking totally intentional and turned out great!

I love the jeans and denim skirt. I can't wait to see your newest pair of jeans.

Also Andrea, can you possible explain your math for the twirl skirts again? I never paid much attention to it but now I'm ready to make one with scraps that I've been saving and I can't remember your explaination.


I certainly hope that it is because the pattern in the fabric isn't straight. It is just a dress for my niece to wear at the beach so it isn't that important. But if it was something I was going to sell, I'd make the while thing over.

D- I missed getting your quote. I think I finally used up enough of that ruffled fabric that I can feel like I am done with it. I got it on a great deal from Girl Charlee but I really didn't love it. It was hard to work this and very sheer. It looked cute for the sleeves though. I doubt I will buy it again. I don't think I got to comment on your overalls on here but they are adorable! Even if they turned out a bit big, they will still get plenty of use. Plus, everybody gives newborn sized clothes as baby gifts and they grow out of that stuff so quickly (except my two girls who actually wore their newborn clothes for about 3 months because they were both tiny).
I need to try to do the tye dye shirts soon. I keep wanting to, but again afraid of messing up. I can be such a perfectionist, that many times I procrastinate so I can't "mess up".

I have thought about the felt. I really like it better directly on the outfit. The material isn't too strtchy, so it should be fine....I think I can, I think I can....

I would love to hear what you think about AoA. That is where we are staying in June for our 2nd trip. First trip was at ASMo, theming was fun, but yuk! And we did one night at AKV Kidani, which I loved. DVC someday, I hope!!!!

PurpleEars:
Your quote didn't show up, but I LOVE all those Disney inspired clothes of yours and that bag is awesome as well!!!!!!

I will add another post with dress pics as they are on my phone and multiquoting is so much easier on the computer.

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Y'all have had some great ideas! Thank you!! I am in LOVE with that Minnie bag!!!! I might have to get one made for both of us...lol. I'm going through tons of pictures and trying to get ideas. This would be do much easier if my little girl would just stay a little girl. :-(

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Well, this is the dress I made for Christmas for my Niece who is 5. She just got back from her first trip to wdw. I never got to see her in this to see if it even fit her. I still wasn't sure if it fit her until my MIL just told me she did wear it. I can't wait to see pictures soon. She did say that my niece loves the dress (Ariel is her favorite). And while at wdw, a few people asked where she bought it, so that is an awesome compliment. This was my first ever Grace dress.

And thank you to smile5sunshine for the pep talk that this pattern was doable. I read it over and over and then it finally made sense while I was putting it together.





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Here are a couple of things that I finished up on Friday. The weekend was busy so I am just getting around to taking pictures now.



I have almost used up that ruffle fabric. I am happy with how the outfits turned out but I doubt I will buy that fabric again. Also, I swear that I had hooped that sandcastle dress straight but it looks so crooked in the pictures! I don't know what happened.

Also, there is a special e-pattern sale this week. You can get 18 patterns for $25. I like most of the patterns so it is probably worth it for me to purchase the package but other patterns I will probably not use. Anyhow here is a link:
http://gotosew.com/2013/02/sew-fab-p...sale-giveaway/
Those are really cute outfits.

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Well, this is the dress I made for Christmas for my Niece who is 5. She just got back from her first trip to wdw. I never got to see her in this to see if it even fit her. I still wasn't sure if it fit her until my MIL just told me she did wear it. I can't wait to see pictures soon. She did say that my niece loves the dress (Ariel is her favorite). And while at wdw, a few people asked where she bought it, so that is an awesome compliment. This was my first ever Grace dress.

And thank you to smile5sunshine for the pep talk that this pattern was doable. I read it over and over and then it finally made sense while I was putting it together.





That is a very pretty dress.
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Another idea you may want to consider is a park bag/purse for your special princess. This is my park bag:



Since I am on my Photobucket account, I will post some outfits that I made for myself, as they may be acceptable to a tween too.

A Minnie-inspired Rebecca dress


A Minnie-inspired Jamie dress


A retro Mickey Jamie dress


A Mickey blouse and World Showcase skort:


Hopefully these pictures will get your creative juices going!
I know I commented on some of these before - but I just love them... It wasn't until I quoted you that I realized my two favorites are the Jamie dress, because of how you have them labeled in your PB account!!! Double LOVE them... I may have to give that pattern a try for our next trip - I think that dress would be adorable with leggings under it (I am not much of a dress person). Thank you for sharing again.

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Well, this is the dress I made for Christmas for my Niece who is 5. She just got back from her first trip to wdw. I never got to see her in this to see if it even fit her. I still wasn't sure if it fit her until my MIL just told me she did wear it. I can't wait to see pictures soon. She did say that my niece loves the dress (Ariel is her favorite). And while at wdw, a few people asked where she bought it, so that is an awesome compliment. This was my first ever Grace dress.

And thank you to smile5sunshine for the pep talk that this pattern was doable. I read it over and over and then it finally made sense while I was putting it together.

This turned out great - you executed it perfectly! I am sure your neice loves it and it will get worn a lot! Great job!

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A retro Mickey Jamie dress


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These two are just stunning. I think my dd18 would love them!
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