Awesomeness as always. I love your creative fashions. Have you sewn for non monster high dolls before?
Thanks Cody :) Yes, I have sewn period pieces for antique dolls, clothes for Barbie, clothes for baby dolls and clothes for all manner of Asian ball joint dolls -- and others I am probably forgetting.Fashions for dolls started a long time ago when I started restoring old dolls. They usually arrived nude and without shoes. When I wanted to make shoes for high heel feet back in the late 1990's, I sat down with my brother and an old doll shoe from 1957 and we figured out how to make shoes for the fabulous fifties dolls (before Barbie).I sold fashions and shoes for Toni, Dollikins, Little Miss Revlon, Cissy and others starting in 1998, when I first got onto ebay. It was fun and it helped pay my daughter's college fees.I started sewing when I was 10. I made myself a kimono out of old bed sheets by hand. Then I decorated it with crayons and ironed the designs into the fabric. Made a wee mess of the iron... but the kimono looked great :)
That first ensemble is so Black Swan-sans-feathers, I LOVE IT. And the teensy keyring at the end is too adorable for words. Great work!
Thank You :)
Wow! No wonder your fashions look so awesome. I am always in awe of any artist, and yes I consider you an artist, can do with random pieces of fabrics and trims. We are all clever in our own way and I love seeing what you do and the vision you have for your pieces. They tell stories even if you aren't intending that initially. Awesomeness and I am happy to have stumbled upon your work not too many months ago and count you as a friend from afar. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Cody :)
I've fallen in love with the pleated skirt, it's gorgeous :3
hay have u customized any more monster highs?