Wednesday, July 22, 2015

Midweek With Marion

Hello, Dear Ones and welcome to Midweek With Marion.
 This week I've made Marion a little floral print dress covered in lace.
 I thought the little touches of lace were so sweet and looked so frilly and girly. Marion loves it.
 Doesn't she look so sweet and lacy? Lace all up and down the front of her dress and around the neck. I hope she hasn't forgotten these are not her clothes but they really belong to Ruby Sparkles. Marion is only modeling for me and then these clothes will be given to Carter, my little granddaughter, for her doll ~ Ruby Sparkles. Oh, Lord, I feel a scene coming on.
 Lace around the bottoms of her sleeves.
To finish off her little dress, I added more lace around the hem.
Here's the pattern I used, the second view. I wasn't as pleased with this pattern as it didn't  fit so well. I think it could have been my fault because I made just a little bit bigger seams than I should. Whoops, now you all know I'm not so talented like that! :) As my little granddaughter would say, "Look and learn!" :)

Pop on over to my friend Diane's blog "Welcome to Lavender Dreams" for more dolly stuff!
Be a bunch of sweeties,
Shelia ;)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song ~

Crying

I was all right for a while, I could smile for a while
But I saw you last night, you held my hand so tight
As you stopped to say "Hello"
Aw you wished me well, you couldn't tell
That I'd been crying over you, crying over you
Then you said "so long". left me standing all alone
Alone and crying, crying, crying crying
It's hard to understand but the touch of your hand
Can start me crying
I thought that I was over you but it's true, so true
I love you even more than I did before but darling what can I do
For you don't love me and I'll always be
Crying over you, crying over you
Yes, now you're gone and from this moment on
I'll be crying, crying, crying, crying
Yeah crying, crying, over you
~ sung by Roy Orbison