Thursday, November 5, 2009

Playing Dress-Up




Just covering the bare essentials...and still working...

18 comments:

Nellie's Needles said...

Magic!

Dolores said...

What a hoot.

Carol said...

Susan, your pages are works of art. Its amazing. You feel you are lagging, but you do not compromise your work ethic at all. The tiny details that you add are what makes your pages so special. "Susan" is just too charming. So whimsical. So well dressed. ~lol~ Her personality shines.

Can't wait to see the Big Picture.

Happy Weekend.

coral-seas said...

She is so cute! She reminds me of the paper dolls I had as a child. They had tabbed cloths so you could dress them as you liked. Your fabric version is way better. Look at the wonderful drap and movement in her skirt. And I adore her odd socks :-)

coeur de freesia said...

Wow ! This is fantastic ! Thanks a lot for sharing the process in photos.

Allison Ann Aller said...

This is so much fun to watch...it is like we are playing with you!
Great shoes, too.... ;-)

Ati. said...

I LOVE it! and the socks ;-D

Marty52 said...

How cool! Love the progress shots.

Cathy K said...

LOVE those socks and pink boots!! She's stylin' !!! Can't wait to see the entire piece.... Hugs, Cathy

FredaB said...

Well I am glad to see that you covered them up especially before Jack got home. The socks are wonderful. I can hardly wait for more.

Hugs

FredaB

Juli said...

I love it!! I wish that I were as half as creative as you! Great job!

Robin said...

I've finally found a little slice of time to do some blog catch-up and yours is the first one I'm visiting. Read all about Mrs. Delany (with delight!) and the pink flamingo story (excellent!), saw your "sew or die" pumpkin (YES!), and enjoyed the progression of Playing Dress-Up photos. Is this a BJP piece? How did you get the song onto fabric? It's fabulous! Missed you... big hugs, Robin

verobirdie said...

it is fun to see the process of dressing up:-)
This page will be awesome.

Debra said...

Your projects are always whimsical and fun!

Cyn said...

Very nice and I especially like the socks and the shoes!

My daughter (college) has been deliberately wearing mismatched socks since middle school so I laughed when I saw these! :-)

Cynthia
Windy Meadow

Wanda said...

Awesome!! It reminds me of my paperdoll days as well. My sister Susan was the "tailor". She even made the paperdolls when we needed more "people". And you wouldn't believe the clothes our paperdolls had!! We didn't even use the clothes that came with them because Susan's clothes were so much better! I think she still has those paperdolls...at least that's what I've heard. I hope so because for all of us little girls, they held magic. And still do!

Judy S. said...

She's a cutie, that's for sure. Did you do those socks for those of us with SSS (second sock syndrome)? Love the shoelaces too.

Muriel said...

Lovely, especially the socks :-))!

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