A little tutu skirt made with several layers of fine tulle and a glittery tulle type fabric on top.
Elastic trim at the neck and then a matching flower trim to make it a bit more feminine looking.
There are four little snaps in the back to close it up and some more elastic trim in the leg openings.
Now she needs are some ballet slippers and maybe some tights.
The peter pan collar is trimmed with a cute little lace trim.
And a nice little pleat in the back completes the look.
I made another matching hair clip with some leftover fabric by creating a little bow.
I think Monkey is going to be so tickled for her doll to have a uniform just like hers. I had so much fun making the outfit and am seriously considering making doll uniforms to sell in my Etsy shop. The hardest part would be finding fabric that matched but I think I've found a source. What do you think? If you had a little girl or granddaughter who had to wear a school uniform, would you buy a matching doll's uniform? I'd really like your input on this. Heck, I may even make other doll dresses if there was enough interest! :) Seriously, I'd really like to know what you think.
These are just a couple of the doll outfits that I made. I made some baby doll jammies and doll diapers, too. In the next few days, I'm going to do a tutorial on my version of the doll diaper, which I found to be much easier.
Hope you are continuing to enjoy your Christmas holiday ~
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