I only just found out and since I made 8 dresses for her in less than a month my sister in law didn't want to bother me about it. Well I was fortunate to find out and just look at the 2 lovely dresses I made from vintage skipper patters I got from the bay that are on Blythe411 Facebook Group that I created!
Doesn't my Maria Kenner Blythe doll from 1972 look so beautiful and lovely?! I certainly think so!! It's so retro, flower power and pretty!
I took my time with this because the elastic on the sleeves was something I had never done before but I figured it out. Sometimes patterns are so vague but I was able to slow down and think about what I should do and voila it turned out so good!
This is my Aubrey a Prima Dolly Blythe Doll from CWC Takara or Hasbro. I think it was before Hasbro took over but I am not 100% sure. Anyways these are my first PJ's I have made a dolly and I think it turned out so cute. I am still using the vintage rick rack I found at the thrift shop too! I was so lucky to find it for a buck and so much of it also!
I can't wait to give them to her when she and her family visit me for Christmas! I even got her and my other niece and nephew those Christmas Kinder eggs and limited edition Candy Cane Oreo's!
I wish all you kind people a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah and Happy Holidays! All the best to you and yours in 2016!!
This picture was taken way back in 2002, I believe! I took it on my first Intel webcam that was attached to my PC and only cost me $50 CND plus tax. The lighting was horrible and it was so washed out but I had fun and I love it! That's what hobbies should be about. God Bless! Cheers!!