Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Esther’s Overalls

I recently spent some time at my cabin and took some time out creating new overalls for Esther. Here’s some pictures of what I came up with. The shirt was made by a dear friend.



Saturday, July 27, 2019

July Design Challenge

I decided to create a cute trendy sandal for Sasha and toddler. I love the way the toddler size turned out. I used a stiff white leather on my pattern mock up and I liked them so well I made another pair.
On the Sasha size I tried a thin leather and it was way too thin. I’ll be reworking the Sasha size with thicker leather and a smaller sole. Watch my blog for future sales.



Wednesday, July 10, 2019

2019 Festival sales table shoes

Here’s a few pictures of the shoes I made for my sales table at this year’s Sasha Festival. I tried to make a variety of styles and colors. I’ll be listing shoes and clothing on this blog for sale in the near future, so check back often.







Thursday, July 4, 2019

Toddler Traveling Outfits

Every year for festival I create special traveling outfits for Esther and her friends and traveling companions. This year I found fat quarters of matching prints in different colors. I even found matching leather for flower embellishments and pearl beads. A special friend made the beautiful knitted sweaters.









Sasha Festival: Minnesota Twins raffle



This year our Minnesota Sasha Group decided to donate a special set of Sasha school dolls and a matching wardrobe. Here are some pictures of some of the outfits I made as well as a picture of the complete raffle with items made by many talented seamstresses.







Monday, June 10, 2019

New Sandal Designs

I’m gearing up for festival and thought I’d spend some time this weekend creating some new fun sandal designs. Here’s what I came up with.







June Design Challenge

I totally forgot to post a picture of my June Design. I created leather saddle shoes with brass eyelets. I need to tweak the pattern slightly, but overall the design is pretty spot on. These are going to be part of the raffle doll’s outfit at festival this year.

Saturday, May 25, 2019

2019 CFA completed

Here’s a picture of my CFA donation to this year’s Sasha Festival. Matching outfits for Toddler and Sasha. They feature floral tunics, leggings, leather sandals and of course my signature knit hats.

May Design Challenge

My May Design challenge entry is a new style for toddler dolls. I have a few tweaks that I need to make to the straps, but the basic shoe design fits very nicely.

Saturday, May 11, 2019

CFA sneak peek....

Here’s a sneak peek of the Sasha and Toddler sandals that will be part of my CFA donation at festival this year.


Thursday, May 9, 2019

April Design Challenge....better late than never.

 I was challenged by a very special Sasha friend to make Sasha sandals to match her CFA donation this year. The result is a lovely pair of leather sandals with eyelet detail and snap closure.


Monday, March 18, 2019

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day

Esther is modeling her new hedgehog overalls. They are made from a Japanese print fabric and have leather straps and an adorable hedgehog appliqué.


Friday, March 1, 2019

March Design Challenge

As I write this post, the big fluffy snowflakes are falling and I’m dreaming of spring. This month’s design reflects my wish for spring. These all leather slip on shoes fit the Sasha babies. They have adorable embellishments that are perfect for spring.







Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Millie gets new overalls

Here’s Millie showing off her new overalls. They are made from baby wale corduroy and have simple buckles and metal buttons. Doesn’t she look adorable with her hand in the real working pocket?

Friday, February 1, 2019

February design challenge: Toddler saddle shoes

I was commissioned to create Toddler saddle shoes by a dear friend. Here is the result. The all leather shoes boast tiny eyelets and lots of top stitching. They were really fun to make and will be added to my shoe line.


Sunday, January 27, 2019

Terrific Toddler Jeans

I finally finished the pattern for my Terrific Toddler Jeans. The pattern went through 4 iterations. They feature lots of top stitching and faux front pockets.