Tasha is mixing up something to wow the judges! What can it be?
Is it the chocolate cake with raspberries from the opening title of the Great British Bake Off?
I took some dolls outside to have pictures in the autumn leaves. I was in a highly visible spot, and I got a bit worried about being out in public with so many dolls. I wasn't very creative with the posing, but the pictures are cute!
I have been following Eighteen Cotton Lane on Instagram for a while.
The account belongs to a seamstress in Canada who does absolutely beautiful work.
I wanted to give her a shout out because she has branched into making patterns for others to use.
So far, her first two patterns are both 1930s dresses for Kit, who is her favorite doll.
Her first pattern is a replica of a sailor dress worn by Shirley Temple. It is absolutely exquisite.
It is also a beautiful pattern when used in different colors and fabrics. I have seen several different variations now.
Her second pattern is a 1930s tea dress. It has lots of beautiful detail. It is also inspired by a vintage 1930s pattern.
I recommend following her even if you don't sew, or have the budget to buy from her. Her doll clothes are always a pleasure to look at.
Tasha is mixing up something to wow the judges! What can it be? Is it the chocolate cake with raspberries from the opening title of the Gre...