Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Fashion Show: Kitchen Runway Edition

Well... "I'll post photos tomorrow" turned into several tomorrows, didn't it?

On to the Fashion Show:  Kitchen Runway Edition!

My sweet client selected some dresses & outfits from the American Girl catalog. We decided to mimic them as close as we could with local fabrics and trims.

Inspiration
American Girl
Snowboard Outfit


Kitchen Runway Edition

Fabric
Mittens:  Fat Quarter from the stash 
Pants:  JoAnn Fabrics Kona Cotton Solid in Natural

Patterns
Pants - Modified Seams Inspired PJ Pants Pattern
Mittens - No Pattern, kind of a sew-and-figure-it-out moment ;)
Coat - Modified Commercial Pattern




Inspiration
American Girl
Sweet Spring Dress



Kitchen Runway Edition


Fabric
JoAnn Simple Luxuries Boucle Sweater Knit (no link)
Flower made w/Pink Satin from stash using Let's Play with Fire Tutorial

Pattern
Heavily Modified Commercial Pattern



Inspiration
American Girl
Plaid Party Dress

Kitchen Runway Edition


Fabric

Pattern
Heavily Modified Commercial Pattern


Inspiration


American Girl
Sparkle Sequin Outfit

Kitchen Runway Edition


Fabric
Shirt:  Ribbed Knit from stash
Underskirt:  White cotton from stash
JoAnn Pink Sequin Stretch Trim (no link)

Pattern
Top:  Seams Inspired Nightgown/Top Pattern
Skirt:  No Pattern. Just draped on the doll & started stitching!


Inspiration

American Girl
Julie's Birthday Dress

Kitchen Runway Edition

Fabric
White Cotton from stash
HobbyLobby Brown Floral Grosgrain Ribbon

Pattern
Modified Commercial Pattern




Inspiration

American Girl
Saige's Sparkle Dress

Kitchen Runway Edition

Fabric
JoAnn Wired Ribbon Azalea

Pattern
Modified Commercial Pattern


What do you think? Any questions?
Happy Tuesday Night!

8 comments:

  1. Truly wonderful!!! You are so talented!

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    1. Thanks, Betty! They were a fun labor of love. :)

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  2. They're all GORGEOUS! You totally rocked that AG wardrobe!

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    1. Thanks, Shay! I think they will be loved by the little girls who receive them. Glad they're finished. ;)

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    1. Thank you, sweet friend! Hope all is well in your world as you prepare for Christmas. ((HUGS))

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  4. Very, very cute. I bet they made a getting little girl very happy.

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    1. Thank you! Hoping the little girls loved them. It was kind of funny when I delivered them. The client didn't want to pick them up b/c she said they looked too delicate. I told her they are durable & meant to be played with by children. Not sure if I convinced her, though I bet the girls did when they opened their presents. ;)

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