Monday, December 11, 2006

One Size Fits All











I have been busy making my dress ornaments and having fun with sequins, trim, buttons, lace and ribbon. The cool thing is I have some trims I didn't realize I have that would be just perfect for Crazy Quilting! Here are some of my "dresses" - I wish they all fit!

13 comments:

Lil said...

LIN! These are SO adorable! you always come up with the cutest things!

Any chance you can share how you made them? =) I can see them on a CQ! Oh goodness- the theme would be party dresses in various colors with fabrics with ladylike things on them. oh me...

Lillian

Melissa said...

Those are beautiful!!!
I wish they fit too!

Melissa said...

Those are beautiful!!!
I wish they fit too!

Susan said...

Those are the cutest things ever! You have been busy to have so many of them. They are definitely dream dresses! How cute they will be on a tree.

Charlene said...

Beautiful dresses - are there dolls in your life to wear them?

Susan said...

Quote from someone on one of my lists, with whom I shared your great little ornaments. "Oh HEY! I love just about ALL Of them but my most favorite is the
powder blue one, and the rose pink with lace skirt. I was thinking.
They are great ornaments but they would make THE Most adorable sachet
bags! Sew the skirt shut and put your favorite good smellins in there
and its "your dress" in the closet or dresser :)"

Gail said...

These are just so, so cute. I can invision a tree in a little (or big) girls room all covered with these darling ornaments.

Nina In Norway said...

Wow! They are just adorable! They fit in our drams!

TeresaB said...

Oh what fun! Just the thing for us frustrated fashion designers! No real bodies to dress - so dress up your tree!

Ribbonwiz said...

Those are the cutest frocks ever!
What a great idea for the tree.

Allison Ann Aller said...

These are just amazing!
Do try and figure out some kind of pattern for us readers...I would love to make some of these!

Sue B said...

These are so cute - what a great idea!

Mandy said...

These are wonderful. Thanks so much for posting the photos. It is so good of you to share the method of making these too.