Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Nancy Drew Fabric Contest - Entry #3

Fabric Contest Entry #3
Sleuth Marcy

Marcy Writes:

After looking at all the wonderful designs on the new Nancy Drew fabric,  I decided to make a Nancy Drew doll.   The pattern I used is from Tinker’s Corner. The pattern is named Sara Sleuth. The designer of the pattern suggested fabric choices for each outfit. I am thinking that the style of clothes she used for Sara Sleuth are from the fifties Nancy Drew. 

I decided to have some fun with the new Nancy Drew fabric. I used the various prints for different outfits.  One of the fun things about Tinker’s Corner’s Sara Sleuth is that for each outfit, the designer gave a little paragraph describing what mystery Sara was working on. I am not sure if this pattern is still available. I have had it for years. 

I also borrowed some fun accessories I had from my Robert Tonner Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys dolls.  The magnifying glass, lantern, flashlight and books are from the Tonner dolls. I loved Nancy Drew as a child and as an adult I still love to read her but I also love to make cloth dolls and doll clothing. This project was pure joy to work on.

Nancy in evening gown with headband and necklace
Nancy in bathing suit
Nancy in pajamas and robe
Nancy in jumper and blouse with tote bag
Nancy in dress, coat, and hat with purse
All the fabrics used for this project



Nancy Lauzon said...

This doll is adorable!

Kooela86 said...

I love this one! It took more thought , time, and effort. It looks great Jenn

LuAnn Sgrecci O'Connell said...

The use of the prints on the fabrics is so well done!

Becky said...

Ok, I want some of all this great creative talent going on here :) I love this doll, it's so very creative!!

Jewel Divas Style said...

Oh my God that is so cute!