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Last week I show you all the Babydoll I made for our honeymoon, since I already made it and didn't take pictures of the process, this time I draw the steps as clear as I could, hopefully, you will all understand, but if not I will try to make another one, after all, I can always use some extra of this :)

I made this out of leftover chiffon and black ribbon, I burn the edges of all pieces carefully to prevent fraying – But be careful sometimes if it gets too burn you end up with a solid hard edge, not nice!

THE PARTS:

These are all the pieces you need to make:

THE PROCESS:

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Making the top
Making the bottom
Assembling everything together

You can check more pictures of the one I made HERE!

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Joy


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Joy Kelley is a Chilean Designer & lettering Artist. Mom to 3 little boys. Crafter. Pattern lover. Color obsessed. Lemon pie dependent. And the hand behind the HowJoyful Studio & HowJoyful Shop. Read more about her & the blog here →

17 replies
  1. - HowJoyful -
    - HowJoyful - says:

    S: I am not planning on selling them on Etsy just because its hard to make different sizes but custom orders are ALWAYS welcomed! =)

  2. Nina
    Nina says:

    Wow wow wow!!! I’ve just discovered your webpage and I love it!! I can’t wait to start sewing the baby doll and the ruffle neck top, so lovely!!
    Thanks for making and sharing the tutorials!!

    • Joy
      Joy says:

      Hi Rachel, I am sorry but I no longer sell handmade stuff, you are always welcome to use my tutorials to create your own tho =] Have a good day!

  3. Susan
    Susan says:

    I am wondering where the back piece goes? In the photo it is marked 1 piece for back, but i dont see it then later. help? i want to make this. thanks.

  4. Gayatri karki
    Gayatri karki says:

    wow! it is too pretty but not easy to make. Thank you so much joy, for sharing great tutorial.

  5. kayla valley
    kayla valley says:

    Hi joy, I love this pattern and am currently cutting the pieces. I’m kind of new to sewing so forgive me if this is a dumb question but why does the bottom part need to be 2ce the length of your bust measurement? I’ve been staring at the pattern and can’t figure it out. I greatly appreciate the help :)

  6. Deb
    Deb says:

    I have a post scheduled in a week or so sharing this design! I am linking back to this page. :) Its so pretty and looks really easy. Hopefully I’ll get to make this the next time I buy fabric. Love it!

  7. Debbie
    Debbie says:

    I’d love yo have a go at this but also can’t see the back pattern piece on the ‘how-to’. Can you please explain ? Thanks!

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