* Blythe blouse

Posted on February 25th, 2006 by maitreya. Filed under Blythe.


I made a new blouse for Margeaux at craft night this week. I got the pattern from tweebot, who was nice enough to send it to me after I remarked on her cutie Bettina. The wonderful flowery fabric is from Abby (my end of the swap going out soon, Abby, I promise!), with the pleats and cuffs from yet more of the Most Useful Ikea Sheets Ever. The jeans are Bratz, I think, and the awesome orange boots that you only get a peek of are Barbie, both from my sister. (Did you know she has her very own thrift store?) Tip for anybody trying to put Barbie boots on Blythe: slit them down the back and they go on fine.

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4 Responses to “Blythe blouse”

  1. tweebot Says:

    oh wow, this is the first time I’ve seen anyone make the pattern! Margeaux looks adorable in it. Lovely fabric too :)

  2. Bratz World Says:

    Wow she is gorgeous I love her hair! And the top is very chic
    :)

  3. abbyjane Says:

    Great to see some of fabric from my stash used by someone else to create something lovely!

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