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Old 08-01-2007, 02:04 PM   #1
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Kids Disney Boutique / Customs Clothes Part 3

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OK, so be gentle! This is my FIRST attempt at sewing and using a pattern! My MIL usually does all the sewing, but I have her so loaded down doing other vacation outfits, I thought I'd try a simple on on my own. Nothing fancy AT ALL, but I'm happy that I actually finished it!




The ruffles are SO bad, but if she moves real fast and you aren't too close up, I think don't anyone will notice!

Great job, I love it!





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ok, someone posted the mickey pirate head. I too made a make shift pattern for the scarf, but have it going th other direction. Here is a pirate mickey tutu outfit I just made! It is so adorable. and for winter I though of putting black leggins underneath!

I love it!
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Old 08-01-2007, 02:11 PM   #3
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Alikat – where did your mom get the mickey hands and head fabric? It looks like that sheet set we were discussing the other day.
Yep, you got it! It's the sheet fabric from Disneyshopping.com.
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OK, so be gentle! This is my FIRST attempt at sewing and using a pattern!
Great job for your first! I've still not used a pattern!!

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Okay, any Little Einstein fans out there? This was a long planned, long discussed project for my daughter. The help I got on this was amazing. One of the frequent posters here sewed the jeans and top. Her work is amazing, and I actually got teary eyed when I saw everything. She truly went "above and beyond" to make a little girls 3rd birthday PERFECT!!!

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This isn't one of my DDs, but my niece who was "modeling" the finished product before my mom (Nana) sent them to the girls. I was so excited, I just couldn't wait for them to just be mailed!!



I don't have a pic of the back, but it has a zipper up the back, with a red/white polka dot tie in the middle of the back. Really cute!
Thank you... that dress is stunning... wow... I simply adore it...
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I just wanted to add that I get my striped tights (black/white, orange/black, red/white) tights at Target every year. They are waaay cheaper than the Childrens Place.
Do they usually have them out for Halloween? Are they usually in the Halloween section or just the socks/hosery section? Thanks!
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Okay, any Little Einstein fans out there? This was a long planned, long discussed project for my daughter. The help I got on this was amazing. One of the frequent posters here sewed the jeans and top. Her work is amazing, and I actually got teary eyed when I saw everything. She truly went "above and beyond" to make a little girls 3rd birthday PERFECT!!!

That is too adorable! My youngest loves Little Einsteins almost as much as she loves JoJo.
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Okay, any Little Einstein fans out there? This was a long planned, long discussed project for my daughter. The help I got on this was amazing. One of the frequent posters here sewed the jeans and top. Her work is amazing, and I actually got teary eyed when I saw everything. She truly went "above and beyond" to make a little girls 3rd birthday PERFECT!!!

BEAUTIFUL!!!!! Amazing work!
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Okay, any Little Einstein fans out there? This was a long planned, long discussed project for my daughter. The help I got on this was amazing. One of the frequent posters here sewed the jeans and top. Her work is amazing, and I actually got teary eyed when I saw everything. She truly went "above and beyond" to make a little girls 3rd birthday PERFECT!!!


Awesome! I love the tree, and Rocket.
Great Job! Cute fabrics too.
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Okay, any Little Einstein fans out there? This was a long planned, long discussed project for my daughter. The help I got on this was amazing. One of the frequent posters here sewed the jeans and top. Her work is amazing, and I actually got teary eyed when I saw everything. She truly went "above and beyond" to make a little girls 3rd birthday PERFECT!!!
OMG!!!!!! I absolutely love those!!!!! My dd2 loves LE and I wished I had made her something like this instead of Little Mermaid for MGM! I'll have to keep these in mind for next trip!
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Okay, any Little Einstein fans out there? This was a long planned, long discussed project for my daughter. The help I got on this was amazing. One of the frequent posters here sewed the jeans and top. Her work is amazing, and I actually got teary eyed when I saw everything. She truly went "above and beyond" to make a little girls 3rd birthday PERFECT!!!
I bet your DD was in heaven with that set. I love all the details!
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Okay, any Little Einstein fans out there? This was a long planned, long discussed project for my daughter. The help I got on this was amazing. One of the frequent posters here sewed the jeans and top. Her work is amazing, and I actually got teary eyed when I saw everything. She truly went "above and beyond" to make a little girls 3rd birthday PERFECT!!!

This is AMAZING! I can see why you would be teary eyed - it is just WOW! My DD would LOVE that!
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My Local JoAnn's had them last year ... I haven't had time to check again this year yet, but I remember the packages had $2.99 printed on them as this regular price. They were regular thickness, not too thin.

These places offer them for $6-8 ... (+shipping?)
http://www.halloweenstreet.com/Acces...eAndShoeCover/
http://www.welovecolors.com/Shop/KidsTights.htm
http://www.halloweenexpress.com/stri...es-p-8189.html
Here's the search I made to find those places.

When I find seriously groovy tights, that are not in children's sizes = I sometimes use a small adult size tights on my 5yr old ... I just stitch off a bit of the leg/foot&trim ... they fit her just fine, in the legs ... sometimes, they are a bit long in the torso, but manageable. good luck.
My DD was two last year. I was able find older girls tights but nothing that would come close to fitting her. Last year she was a 3T. She planned on being Dorothy for Halloween but, when we got to Target she wanted to be the witch instead. She wore a black witch costume, hat, broom, black and white tights and ruby red slippers.
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OK I *love* these types of skirts..Ihavn't been able to figure out though how/where you are attaching the tulle layer! I am a visual learner, maybe you can take a pic with the 1st layer lifted up so I can see the next layer LOL

& Aimee G Thanks so much for posting the pirate head Mickey! I am using it for my Sons outift!
Thanks! I am glad you liked it. I am thinking my girls need them too! Oh well, what is two more shirts. hahaha
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