Thursday, November 30, 2017

One Monthly Goal -- November

Success! 

I finished two American Girl doll outfits which was my goal for the month. And,  I made rompers and a shirt for Ellie's babydoll.  YEA! Whoop, Whoop! Here's the link to the dress and jacket I made first.   I was reading over my blog post about setting the goal.  Maybe I should make the little doggy and a back pack that goes with the shorts outfit.  The question is whether I have time to or not. 
Check out those shoes ..dolly Crocs. 
Baby Doll rompers and shirt. Hum, I originally thought that the pale aqua was Kona cotton.  I eventually realized it isn't.  It is lighter weight and probably not the best choice.  Ow well.  It does actually go with the shirt pretty well though. 
After sewing all of these doll clothes,  I'm looking forward to getting back to piecing quilts and getting a few quilts on Ruthie 2.  She runs so smoothly.  And because she is 24" I don't have to scroll forward so often.  Maybe next week I can throw a baby quilt on and quilt it up.  

I'm linking up with Elm Street Quilts for the November finish link and Needle and Thread Thursday.  Take some time to see what folks are working on as we start December.

It's time to get back to the studio. (OK, no, I'm really not going back to the studio -- I'm going to check out some of the blogs from those linky parties above!) 

Happy Quilting All! Bonnie 



5 comments:

  1. Nice job on the doll clothes: they look fantastic and will bring a lot of joy. The doll Crocs are sweet.

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  2. Doll Crocs!! Who knew such a thing existed? Very cute outfits :)

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  3. Very cute outfits! Happy stitching this weekend. Congrats on meeting your November OMG.

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  4. So cute - great job on the tiny sewing! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.

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  5. The dolls are adorable but they look oh so lovely with that outfit. Kudos on completing your goals!!! Doll crocs - learnt something.

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