6 comments on “How to Alter One Basic Doll Clothes Pattern to Create Over a Dozen Different Outfits for Your Doll Part 2

  1. Just a note that I am really enjoying your videos – they are very well explained as well as your sewing is beautiful. Thank you for making it so “do-able.” 🙂

    • It’s great to hear that you are enjoying my videos and thank you for the lovely comments Mary. Happy sewing 🙂

  2. Cherrylmaree on Nov 9, 2014 2:53 am | Reply

    Hi Rosie,

    These videos are lovely and timely with Christmas just around the corner. I’ve had both my knees replaced this year and haven’t been able to sit very long at my machines. Your patterns are so easy and quick to do that I will be able to get quite a lot done for my girls and their cousins. Thank you for the great tips. Best wishes

    • Hi Cherrylmaree, I’m sure your girls and their cousins will love whatever you make them for Christmas and I wish you a full and speedy recovery from your two knee replacements 🙂

  3. Betty Ann Orman on Nov 9, 2014 7:35 am | Reply

    Hi Rosie, Thanks for part 2 alter patterns had no trouble this time. My flash player needed to be upgraded. I have to tell you that I made aprons for my granddaughters, their dolls and one for their Moms Christmas presents. will send pictures…….Betty Ann

    • Great to hear that you have sorted out your flash player. Love the photos Betty Ann, I will try to include them in my next Share and Tell 🙂

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