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Knock it off Series

This is probably my very favourite series from the sewing community! I wasn't going to participate this time, I haven't been sewing, but then it crossed my mind that I had just finished a knock off a few days ago. The Series are over by now, by I was able to add this project to the Flickr group before it ended, however, I am only able to blog about it right now. 

knock off 2014

This knock off was actually ordered by a costumer. Her little girl celebrated her 7th birthday on the 28th of July (same day nd age as my niece) and her mom threw her a Barbie themed partie. She wanted me to make her a tutu and a shirt like the one in the first photo but she requested a few things different. She wanted no bows in the shirt, the silhuette to be black instead of pink and an extra bow for her daughter's hair. 


I made a no sew tutu. I used the knots technique for the second time ever and this one turned out so much better. I might have to make a third for my daughter. She's been into Anjelina Ballerina and dances in her toes often... wouldn't she look adorable doing that in a beautiful tutu?


The t-shirt was my favourite! I searched for a Barbie silhuette online, this one was the one I liked the most, printed it, cut it out and used it as a pattern to cut it on my fabric. I added some interface to the fabric before I cut to make it easier, and then sewed into the t-shirt. Quick and easy with a perfect result. 


I have a friend whose little girl turned three on this very same day too and also had a Barbie themed party for her daughter. I wonder if she would have liked an outfit like this one... 

Comments

  1. Awesome, Magda!!! I imagine any little girl would just love this.

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  2. Wow, this must be every girls' dream outfit :) Very good!

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    1. Thank you Krista. i would have gone crazy when I was a child with this one.

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  3. Pretty dance outfit! I like your silhouette choice much better!

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    1. thank you Annie. It was the best one I could find.

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  4. Very lovely. I like yours better because of the color choice, it is less busy with more contrast, and a sharper silhouette. Nice job.

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    1. thank you. I too like mine better, especially because of the silhouette... =D

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  5. Gosto muito mais do seu do knock off! Mais bonito, mais clean e as cores muito mais coordenadas. Muito giro!

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    1. Obrigado Patricia. As alterações foram pedido da cliente, a silhueta é que foi escolha minha. Mas tb gosto muito mais assim.

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