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Doll Fabric Blog Tour

Doll Fabric designed by See Kate Sew for  Riley Blake Designs
The ever so talented Kate from See Kate Sew has  designed this very cute panel  which includes a girl doll and a boy doll  with a few fun accessories. 

I loved how easy the instructions were and  how simple the panel was to sew. The hardest part was stuffing them...  FYI if you put a good movie on... you can get everything stuffed very quickly.

The dolls have an extra large head with a skinny body  which makes it so easy for children to hold on to.

The clothing is already printed on the panels.  The only separate piece of clothing  to sew is the little girls skirt and hair bows.


Look how cute the boy doll is!!!

The ice-cream cone is one of the fun accessories!

The panel and all the coordinating pieces can be found  hereat Riley Blake Designs.
Thanks for stopping by to see these  adorable fabric dolls by Kate. You can purchase this cute panel  and other coordinating fabrics  at your favorite fabric shop.
Happy Sewing!!!
Jina  xox

Wistful Winds Blog Tour

What is not to LOVE about these gorgeous colors and beautiful designs by Shari Butler of Doohikey Designs.I am thrilled to be part of theWistful Winds Blog Tour!
I Love the bright yellows, hot pinks, vibrant reds,  calming aquas and warm oranges with a hint of green. They are yummy and inspire one to create!!!


It was so hard to choose a project but  Shari requested something very girly. As you know I Love everything about girls and  especially pretty things that girls wear!
The triangle pouch above was inspired by a spoonful of sugar  and you can find their tutorial here. I made this cute triangle pouch for "lala's" lipstick.

This is the "Sunny Dress" pattern by my  pattern company called Butterfly Kisses which you can find here. I Love this pattern because it can  showcase many colors and prints from the  Wistful Winds  fabric collection.

When I designed this pinafore pattern many years ago  I needed something that would showcase a variety of fabrics. This pattern worked perfectl…