The creating of Miss Maggie..

I decided before I would cut the felt and fabric that came in the kit to make Miss Maggie..I make her out of my felt and fabric I had on hand..
I photocopied the pattern, measured and cut the same sizes from the kit and started to create her..I am really glad I did is a great way to learn before cutting into such beautiful liberty fabric that came in the is the progress so far..I am delighted with her..

I am just working on making her booties and knitting her caplet!❤


Bead and Needle said...

She's perfect - and just when I thought she couldn't get any cuter, you put her in that adorable dress! Happy Saturday - Tanya

shari said...

I have been seeing little Miss Maggie around a lot lately and she is just adorable. She is just precious. I am also making bunnies, I guess it's that time of year!
Hug, Shari!

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

Cute, cute, cute! Great idea to practice first. But I knew you could do it! And you whipped her up in no time. I wish I could sew. Just don't have the patience for it. Wishing you a lovely day. Tammy

Log Cabin Studio said...

She is looking wonderful. I will look forward to seeing those little boots and cap.
Beautiful sunny day here today!!!

Draffin Bears said...

Dear Dagmar,

Little Miss Maggie is so adorable and love the pretty Liberty print.
You must be thrilled with her and thanks for showing us.

Happy weekend

Christa said...

Such a beautiful journey you took me on ... with creating Miss Maggie #1 ... your followers will be ecstatic when they see her accessorized with her cape and boots ... by the way I love the afghan you have her seated on ... lol ... xoxo

Sam I Am...... said...

I thought of doing that too and I still might....we'll see. I got the red yarn kit. It was really hard to choose as they were all gorgeous.
Your blanket behind her it so pretty....maybe you should make a little version for Miss Maggie?!?!?

arianne said...

I love your bunnies. So sweet. Happy Easter!