* Blythe apron

Posted on June 29th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Blythe.

My weak contribution to Tie One On. I don’t know why I thought the gingham was Home-on-the-Range-y, but now that I sewed it all up, it looks more diner-y. Oh well. Hopefully the “range” photo staging helps make up for it.

The apron and matching scarf are a freehanded pattern with bias trim and ties. I found the apparently handmade top in with a bunch of old doll clothes the last time I was home. The skirt I made from a piece of lace off an old slip.


3 Responses to “Blythe apron”

  1. Mariko Says:

    They match the shoes!

  2. laura r. Says:

    that’s a great contribution!!

  3. laurie b. Says:

    I love that! What a great idea for your submission — very sweet.


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