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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Further along

She's getting there!

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Mad as a Hatter!

The hat is hatty!
it's hat like and hattish even!

To be honest

I'm not entirely sure what I'm doing.
I'm pretty much winging it in a lot of ways!
The corset piece needs to be wider, and slightly different.
the hat is under way, and then I gotta make gloves!

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Marching on!

So here we have the second skirt layer in place:

I gotta add the trim, and do some general thingying!

Behind her you can see what I would now feel comfortable referring to as my trusty 830.

I got a straight stitch foot and plate for this machine and all of a sudden my doll clothing creation changed.
Don't get me wrong, working on my featherweights was not arduous or unfun. 
But this girl has SPACE!

I'm not cramped!
I could rest a sandwich on the bed of the machine while sewing.
I wouldn't, but I could!

Monday, October 20, 2014

First level of the Wicked Witch dress.

So it begins!
This is the bodice/first layer of the dress.
Now I have to do the lower skirt, the corset, the hat, the gloves and the brooom!

Sunday, October 19, 2014

How very odd

I find myself exceedingly excited to be working on a larger scale.
The possibilities for decoration and adornment are virtually limitless.

Basically, at this scale I can pull most of the tricks I'd pull at full size, but with 1/3 the material requirements!

I'm very excited to get this first project done and sold and then start working on new designs!

Some of the inspiration images.
I am combining both versions of the witch for my design.

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Testing testing 1 2 3

So, I created a pattern and a test dress for this 70cm Bobobie doll.
It's very interesting to see the differences a change in scale makes.