Thursday, July 29, 2010

My Creative Space - Model debut

My Creative Space is quite high flying today so make sure you have your best designer duds on before you read it ok?

Are you ready?

Hang on, I have to change to a posher font. OK.

I designed and made the outfit worn by the catwalk model on the front page of today's New Zealand Herald Time Out entertainment guide.

Ta da!!!!!



OK, so I'm starting small and the fame won't change me.

Seriously though, have you any idea how bloomin' difficult it is to set in sleeves on a t-shirt that small?!

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26 comments:

Bam Bam Creative said...

haha, that is AWESOME! I have been trying to make doll clothes that small for my little person lately and they are no easy task! Well done! That is some great publicity ;)

Jennie said...

That looks fab with the boots as well!
Clever you! Must have been very fiddly, making something that small!

teddybearswednesday said...

Hehe, I love it. And I think you've done a fabulous job!!

Make mine Mid-Century said...

Wow! That would have been difficult. Your model looks happy with your work! Brilliant job.

aimee @ lily pad designs nz said...

I have just been staring at the Barbie pattern I bought off you at the market, thinking: ok, hand stitching here we come! Well done you are very clever doing such a pro job! x

Sarah@Dolls And Daydreams said...

You rock star you!!!! She looks fantastic!

imba said...

Love it! Are you making big ones to match!?

Amanda said...

Congrats...that is insanely cool!!!

LeelaBijou said...

Haha, it´s fantastic! I agree with imba, will you make big ones too?

Ninotchka said...

mwahahaha - good job ;o) Hand sew or machine?

michelle said...

love it. and i feel famous just commenting on your blog

74 Lime Lane said...

that's so cool, what a great cover

beck said...

wow!! You little superstar. I wonder if you will get a lot of requests for mini outfits now...? So cool xo

Kellie Christie said...

I can imagine it would be bloody hard to make a t-shirt that tiny. Congrats on the publicity :)

Chicken Willow said...

That's fantastic!! I love it.

Rainbow Child said...

hehehe that is freaking AWSOME!!! congrats!

Roscia said...

Very cute!

byebyebirdie said...

Wow. The smaller the outfit the harder to sew!!
well done

angelina said...

funny...i did doll clothes last week so i do!

Mel @ Little Ted Canvas said...

I love it! Clever you, I can imagine how fidly something so small must be!

Bugalugs aka Jacqui said...

tehehe love it!!!

Strickbombe said...

daaahling! you have all the right contacts! and (sewing) skills.

Knicky Knacks said...

That's hysterical. She looks like she's just rolled out of her 5cm bed with hair like that. Love the shirt - reminds me of the old "Choose Life" hypercolour shirts from the 80's! Oh, they were the good ol days!

Big and Little with Odd Socks said...

Well done, and I commend you on your patience for even thinking of tackling doll sleeves of any kind

Michelle said...

That is awesome! Well done

littleminx said...

ha ha - that's fantastic x

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