What is rickrack trim? And how do you #sew it onto #dollclothes?

 

Two weeks ago I posted patterns and tutorials for making this adorable summer top to fit vintage Crissy dolls. (It fits a bunch of other dolls too. Click here to see a list of the dolls who can wear this pattern.)

This image shows a close-up of the Ideal Toy Corporation vintage Crissy doll with extendable hair modeling a recently hand-sewn dress that's made of a 70's style of fabric.
Please visit ChellyWood.com for FREE printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes.

Then, rather foolishly, I included links to the tutorial for making this skirt:

Click here for all the patterns and tutorials needed to make this outfit: https://wp.me/p1LmCj-G9G

Of course my regular followers wanted to know more about the skirt that I had designed to go with the Crissy outfit, the skirt that uses ribbon and rickrack…

Vintage Crissy doll (made by Ideal Toy Corp) wears a 1970's style skirt and sleeveless shirt.
Please visit ChellyWood.com for free printable sewing patterns for dolls of many shapes and sizes.

So after viewing the other skirt tutorial, you were probably wondering…

  • Where do you buy rickrack ribbon?
  • Is this even the right video for making the Crissy skirt?
  • How come the video doesn’t show us how to make that fancy trim?

In answer to these questions, I’m re-posting this rick rack video. It shows you the many ways to create your own trim using rick rack.

I’m also planning to re-post the Crissy doll patterns tomorrow with a new video showing me making the specific rick-rack-ribbon trim that you see on the Crissy skirt.

Sorry if that caused a bit of confusion. Hopefully this video and tomorrow’s tutorial will clear things up for anyone who wanted to re-create the exact skirt that I made for Crissy.

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