I’ve finally seen the new Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi last Friday and it was awesome! I’ll have to think some matters over but my overall impression is positive. NO SPOILERS here though – and I ask the same from you because hey, let’s not be assholes, could we? Tchibo released some SW… Continue reading Star Wars doll tees!
I admit: I have tons of unfinished sewing BJD projects (should I mention my three cardboard boxes full of fabrics I bought for some projects and not started them yet?). Two BJD skirts without press studs, two skirts cutted but not sewn together, the same for Erik’s basic blue T-shirt… and one black T-shirt with… Continue reading Biohazard in progress
Erik has got a new long-sleeved T-shirt from a knit fabric I’ve had in my box for two years. Handsome boy, isn’t he? According to my husband, men’s stripped tops are told to signify a lack of sexual experience. So far I do not believe it. 🙂 For Alexandra, I tried to alter her cap… Continue reading Some more tees
Erik has just got his new geeky T-shirt from me. More on their way. 🙂
As I’ve promised, Erik’s blue T-shirt had been refitted a bit to not be loose around his chest. Looks much better now. The T-shirt has an opened back fastened with press studs. It’s much more comfortable when dressing a doll – you don’t have to remove his head. My next plan will be sewing another… Continue reading Erik’s T-shirt refitted
I still endeavour after a nice BJD t-shirt. This is my last advancement – a stripped tee. Its pattern is the same as before – two-part cap sleeve one. It turned out well! These stripes are 0,5 cm wide. Perfect summer wear, isnt, it? I have some knit cuttings from human-sized T-shirt with 1 cm… Continue reading Stripped T-shirt for Sashenka
I made a second version of my cap sleeve T-shirt for Sashenka. It’s much better than the first one but still has its imperfections. Error management is important, so enjoy my analysis! I tried to fold twice the seam allowance at the end of the sleeve and sew it on instead of using an elastic… Continue reading Cap sleeve T-shirt, Take Two
Cap sleeve T-shirts consist of two pieces of fabric. They are perfect for beginners in knit sewing – you don’t have to fit sleeves in the shoulder and worry about matching seams in the underarm. In this case, the stretchy fabric will do the fitting for you. I traced Alexandra’s body on the fabric with… Continue reading Cap sleeve T-shirt for Sashenka