* Blythe Christmas dress

Posted on December 14th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Blythe.


Advent day 13: Blythe

Margeaux needed a Christmas dress. This is from Puchimadam‘s lined party dress pattern. I added a collar, rickrack trim, bead buttons, and pompom trim. I’m super happy with the collar. Now all I have to do is figure out sleeves….

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10 Responses to “Blythe Christmas dress”

  1. persephone Says:

    Beautiful dress!
    I have an ADG now, too. Do you handsew or machine sew? I tried the lined, A-line dress, and well, it turned out bad. Any tips for sewing for Blythe you can give me?

  2. sasha Says:

    Who needs sleaves when you can have an apron? Too cute!

  3. laura r. Says:

    that dress is fabulous!

  4. nina Says:

    Wow, good job on the collar! I haven’t attempted any doll clothes with a collar yet, but you’ve inspired me to try it out :)

  5. sunni Says:

    wow! i’m not a blythe collector but she looks beautiful!! i love the pompom trim!

  6. KiWi Says:

    Girlfriend needs some kicks.

  7. SkaterKat Says:

    YO! Im ten years old and i have a blythe that blythe is cool. I have the rosebud one. But anyway cool! Ever try cutting her hair into bangs?It would look cool!

  8. SkaterKat Says:

    YO! Im ten years old and i have a blythe that blythe is cool. I have the rosebud one. But anyway cool! Ever try cutting her hair into bangs?It would look cool!

  9. Julie@Baby Christmas Dresses Says:

    Oooohh! I love this dress! The tiny candy canes on the skirt are adorable! I love how the collar turned out too.

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