Bitty Baby Doll Clothes November 11, 2016 – Posted in: doll clothes, peasant dresses, sewing, upcycled

Hey there!

I am still around. And, believe it or not, I have been super crafty lately, too. The thing is, I just don’t get a chance to blog about it.

My 12yo has also taken over my sewing area. She is sewing lots of doll clothes! Most of them are for American Girl or 18″ dolls, but someone asked if she could make doll clothes for a Bitty Baby.

She made a dress and matching diaper out of this cute owl fabric. It is a peasant dress- modified from the pattern we usually use for 18″ dolls.

Bitty Baby Owl Dress

Then, she upcycled some clothing items for a headband and dress – scraps from a new shirt I bought on clearance to make toddler leggings and a cotton girls’ top.

Bitty Baby Peasant Dress

Both outfits turned out really adorable! I especially love the little diaper.

Bitty Baby Doll Clothes

 

She has a lot more doll clothes that I will probably blog about eventually. We also have our own patterns for these clothes to share… one day. Things are a little crazy right now, so I am just trying to take pictures when I remember and I can always blog about it later, whenever that may be.

But right now, I have to go make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

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