Sunday, December 13, 2009

American Girl Outfits

We interrupt the regularly scheduled (okay not regular or scheduled) painting posts to post some doll clothes pictures.

I promised some friends that I would post the clothes here so I wouldn't be sending one giant picture laden mass email. If you're interested in any of these, please email me at

My mom made all of the outfits shown here. My daughter has MANY outfits and I can attest to the fact that they are beautifully made with amazing attention to detail.

And now for the doll clothes...

This is for display only...

Kimono $25

Kimono $25

2 piece pj set $15

3 piece pj set $25

3 piece pj set $20

2 piece pj set $15

3 piece pj set $20

poodle skirt and top $15

green dress $15

2 piece set orange $15 SOLD

2 piece set coral $15 SOLD

purple gingham $15

red pindot dress $15

Dorothy Dress 1 $15

Dorothy Dress 2 $15

teal and white suit $15

purple dress $15

purple dress $15

tan and blue check dress $15

black and pink party dress w/petticoat $25

denim outfit $15

back detail on jacket

div>fiesta set $15

poodle skirt and top $15

flower girl dress $35

back view


dressy dress (back) $20

front view

Spring dress Size 7 w/matching doll dress $50


Wendy said...

Okay, it's just wrong that those doll clothes look nicer than any clothes I wear...

katdish said...

Ha! You and me both...

Steph @Red Clay Diaries said...

WOW! Those were amazing. Has she ever done Build-A-Bear clothes? We'd be all up in those.

And the beauty of the clothes can ALMOST make me overlook the human-hair pincushion.


Helen said...

Wow! Your mom does amazing work. I guess I know now where you get your artistic talent. Yes, it's a different artistry, but still...

L.L. Barkat said...

So sweet.

My eldest girl just made a miniature doll for her sister for Christmas, complete with all kinds of casual and designer clothes. Maybe I'll post. You've inspired. :)

Don Kimrey said...

Hey, Katdish! I see your name on some other blogs I visit and just dropped by to say hello. Your latest post is so gracious and generous. I'll have to go visit the lady you mentioned. In the meanwhile, I don't gush and gosh over fashion, but the doll clothes are really cute. You make them? I have a friend who graduated recently from the New York Fashion Institute. Her husband is an international model and they jet all over the place. But I'm going to try to forward them to her. She's a neat lady, and who knows? I don't know if she's interested in kiddie or doll stuff, but chances are I won't find out unless I ask. I'll let you know if I hear anything. donkimrey