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If your Barbies are as picky as you are about their wardrobe, why not learn how to dress them up in your own designs? Fun ...
for mother and daughter time!
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Hi, here is Clara, and I will teach you how to make Barbie clothes homemade. You could use some of your old clothes or fabrics. Or you going to buy a fabric or get a fabric from a free fabric place. So, you need a paper and pen to sketch out your outfit and make sure it is not to complicated cause sometimes it is a little hard you know. If you want to make outfits just like the one on the outfit slide show that I designed, just watch and enjoy.
So, that is all the pictures on our outfit slide show. Now here is how to make them. For the first step you need to sketch an outfit. This is the outfit I designed and this is how it came out. Now, let me show you how to make it. Get a piece of fabric that you like and then start cutting. When you are done, it will look something like this. Do the same with fabric, cut it smaller and make it about like this. And then you get Barbie, first you tie the tread unto your Barbie like a bikini tong. When it is tied, it will look something like this. Here is what you do with this. Wrap this piece around her waist right here where it does not show any of the skin and looks something like this. If you are little and you are doing it, make sure you have your parent’s permission to use needles. Stick the needles close to her back right there, watch out it will poke you. If you need to poke that or wait for your parent or some elder to help you sew it. And there, that is your Barbie outfit.