Lola’s Dress

The first thing I did after my initial post about this doll was tame that hair a little! I tied it back with a strip of pink jersey fabric.

The muslin handmade doll stands against a white brick background, back to the camera. One hand is smoothing down her hair, in which is visible a strip of pink jersey fabric tying back half the hair.

In other news, Lola has a dress! Now she doesn’t have to borrow Sarah’s clothes, which is wonderful.

The muslin doll, Lola, wears a white, pink, and green floral knee-length dress with a pink belt. Her hands are behind her back and she looks at the camera.

Of course, it has pockets, and a cute little belt.

Close-up of the side of Lola's dress. Her hand is in the side-seam pocket in the dress, and the belt is visible.

It also has slits in the side, so she can walk.

Close-up of the side of Lola's dress. Below the pockets on both side seams are slits so the doll can move.
Lola stands on grass, with a hedge behind her. She wears the dress, with hands in pockets. She looks at the camera.
Lola stands on grass, with a hedge behind her. She has one hand on her hair and the other in her pocket, and she looks to the right.

As the first miniature dress I’ve sewn, I’m very pleased! I plan to experiment more with dresses and skirts as I make more fabric friends, which I’m looking forward to.

Anyways, see ya!

FillieFanatic

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