Pattern making for Matilda

Guess, what I was doing today when I had a bit of free time? Yes, I decided to make some patterns for my new girl Matilda from A Girl for All Time. Of course, I used my favourite method of wrapping a doll with masking tape. One half will turn into a pattern for a contemporary dress, and the other one – into a Tudor gown…




5 thoughts on “Pattern making for Matilda

    1. Думаю, современное, т.к. оно быстрее шьется, а мне надо проверить выкройку.

  1. Какое же у Матильды по-хорошему несовременное лицо. Даже в такой обертке она остается самой собой. Пусть у нее поскорее появятся новые наряды)))

    1. Лара, спасибо! Думаю, нарядов долго ждать не придется. Вот только отойду от двухдневной ярмарки, в которой мы с Юлей принимали участие, и сразу примусь за дело! (А там и вторая девочка, блондинка Амелия, подъедет! )

  2. Hi Olga, I am reading and looking at your process in making these corset, form fitting patterns and I still need information on where to cut, what to not cut etc. Can you please go through this with me sometime? I would really appreciate this so much. You know that I wish to have Italian Renaissance gowns for my dolls, so I want to gear this information towards that process. Do you think I should study the pieces and parts of the Italian Renaissance Gown first before I venture into this process? Elaine

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