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Response to Demovictory9 (Original post)

Tue Dec 29, 2020, 06:00 PM

1. Be still my beating heart :D

Oh my gosh, I watched the video on YouTube to get the full effect and I was just thrilled to discover Nigel and the world of his Demuse dolls!

I collect vintage dolls and the most modern one I have is a Tonner basic Brenda Starr Girl Reporter from the first series, circa 2003 or so. I always wanted to make a fancy gown for her and Nigel's creations are so inspiring! (She's a tall fashion doll similar to the ones shown.)

I can sew well enough to make a dress similar to the red one as long as I have a detailed pattern; I couldn't draft one whatsoever. The corset back of the pink dress is way out of my league; I would be crying trying to set those tiny eyelets

Anyway, thanks a million for posting this video! It really made my day to see Nigel's beautiful work and it's quite exciting for a doll lover like me

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