The image shows a Made to Move Barbie with blond hair and olive complexion standing in a fall setting. Before her is a tiny white wheelbarrow filled with harvest vegetables. At her side are bales of hay. She wears a pretty dress dotted with sunflowers on a burgundy fabric. The dress is trimmed with yellow rickrack. Over the top of this cap-sleeved dress is a sunflower-yellow apron with big pockets. She appears to be holding her skirt out to demonstrate its fullness. A smattering of fall leaves are at her feet. Behind her is a pond with trees that seem to be in various stages of changing from summer to fall foliage colors.

#Sew a Pinafore-style #Apron for Fashion #Dolls w/free pattern@ ChellyWood.com

Isn’t that an adorable harvest scene? This “harvest dress and pinafore” was part of a little girl’s birthday gift that I made. The pinafore is actually a re-design of the reversible hairdresser’s apron pattern that I made and posted back in 2016. (Click here for a link to that project.) This week I’m going to focus on the pinafore, as it can be complicated if … Continue reading #Sew a Pinafore-style #Apron for Fashion #Dolls w/free pattern@ ChellyWood.com