Friday, September 26, 2008

Sew Crafty Friday - American Girl Doll Poncho & Cloche

This week I didn't quite make the progress I had hope to make on my American Girl Doll e-bay project. I only completed two more pieces that I could work on while waiting in doctor's offices. I crocheted a white cloche with a florette embellishment and a matching poncho with fringe. The jeans are one of the mix & match pieces I shared last week. I decided to make the poncho white so that it will also match the other color scheme I will be making.
This is actually the doll I plan on e-baying (not Molly , her stand-in). Although she is not one of the historical dolls, she looks so much like Samantha that I have decided to make an Edwardian era dress for her.

I actually managed to get a tutorial done this week. It shows my younger daughter's Fiber Arts project for this week. It's a great for the young beginning seamstress, so you might want to take a look.

To view craft projects shared by other bloggers or to share your own creations, be sure to visit SEW CRAFTY FRIDAY on Shereen's blog .

You can view some other blogger's projects for Sew Crafty Friday by clicking of the following links. If you would like me to link to your project this week, just leave a comment telling me where I can find your blog and project.

Debbie's Choo Choo Train Baby Quilt

Mom2Fur's Five Stone Chinese Game

Dianne's Afghan Project

Purity Seekers' Longies


Mom2fur said...

Oh, too cute! I think that kind of hat is called a 'cloche' isn't it? I just love the doll clothes you make.
I'm glad you stopped by my blog and let me know you did SCF today! And thanks so much for the links. I'm sure Shereen will be thrilled that we've kept up with SCF!

Elizabeth said...

This is so adorable! My little girls are too small yet for American Girl dolls (and honestly, I will probably get them knock off ones when they are older and American Girl Dolls are So Expensive! You do a wonderful job (I'd wear a full size set myself!) :)

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