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I can make dolls’ clothes – The guide book for little fashionistas

Do you want to let young creative minds to entertain themselves?
And what a better way to let them customize their doll’s wardrobe? I can make dolls’ clothes by Louise Scott-Smith, children’s wear designer, and Georgia Vaux, graphic designer, is an easy-to-follow guide that explains budding fashionistas how to make beautiful garments, such an A-line skirt, faux-fur jacket, knee-length coat and more.
Beautiful illustrations provide inspiration and super-clear instructions guidance throughout the pages: this book is ideal to teach the basics of sewing in a creative and funny way.
With easy to make patterns that fit all popular 30 cm fashion dolls, Barbie&Co. will look just maverick.
Few ingredients, such as some fabric scraps, a few sequins and a button, will be enough to achieve a chic or a party outfit that reflects children’s own attitude.

Curated by Louise Scott-Smith and Georgia Vaux, I can make dolls’ clothes, Copyright Thames & Hudson, 2015

Have a look at www.thamesandhudson.com

Text by Enrico Fragale Esposito

POSTED BY cts-klee
October 14, 2015