Saturday, 17 March 2012

Threading Your Way ~ Features

We didn't have a lot of posts linked to our Dolls' Clothes Link Party, but the ones that were linked up were amazing. Don't forget, this is an ONGOING linky which will remain open all year. If you make any dolls' clothes, add them at any time. We'd love to have a look.

And now, onto some features...


According to Mr Linky, the most viewed outfit for a doll was this comprehensive tutorial:
Two fabulous upcycled dolls' outfits which also caught my eye:
And this amazing mix and match outfit for a doll:

And some other projects from past parties which also caught my eye:
A cool set of hair accessories:
    A fun personalized pillow with its own pocket:
    An ever so pretty apron and tutorial:
    And just look at this cute little coin pouch:
      Head on over and visit these talented ladies. 

      Each week, I will place a blog button, belonging to the blog which was most viewed, in my sidebar. This week, the most viewed link was the Reversible Dolls Dress TutorialJuliet, look out for your blog button in my sidebar.


      Feel free to grab a button if you've been featured...


      You can find the Master list of ongoing link parties at Threading YOUR Way with Threading My Way 

      Remember, all of our link parties are ongoing. You can add projects at any time.
      A new party for Baby Clothes and Accessories  begins tomorrow.

      I look forward to seeing more of your creativity...


      ... Pam

      6 comments:

      1. Congratulations to all the talented crafters who got featured! :)
        And thank you for wonderful link parties, Pam! Off to check each item out!

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      2. Thank you for featuring me, Pam! You are a sweet lady!

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      3. Thanks for featuring our Mix and Match Doll Clothes! We love your ongoing parties! ~ Barbara

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      4. Thank you for featuring my half apron :)

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      5. Thanks for the feature. My daughter has such fun with her dolls dresses, I really hope that other wee girls have fun with them too!

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      6. Hi Pam! Thanks so much for featuring my pocket pillow! :) It was so much fun to make.

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