Tuesday, July 5, 2016


Momma Cat has been busy again this week.  She has made a few new outfits for her dolls using the fabric she got from Bolt, and some she bought from JoAnn Fabrics. Oddly enough, several of these outfits have a cat theme......

This first one is made from a piece of Hello Kitty fabric that Momma Cat bought a year or two ago.  

Momma Cat's own doll with her new Hello Kitty Dress
 Momma Cat ordered her doll some hot pink ballet flats to match the dress, but they have not arrived yet. This doll is so stunning, she looks good in everything! Her name is Misumi, meaning, pure beauty. 

The second dress was made from the adorable fabric Momma Cat bought at Bolt, a small neighborhood  fabric store over on Alberta Street, couple of weeks ago.  

Beautiful Asian doll with cat print dress
 I know this looks like Momma Cat's doll, but she's not! This is another doll that she purchased from eBay.  She's in excellent condition, and she also looks good in everything!

This last cat print dress is worn by another Madame Alexander doll, who is named Catherine, because she reminds Momma Cat of Baby Cat's dear friend.  

Catherine and her cat print dress
 Now, the real Catherine is a lot prettier, but Momma Cat thinks this Catherine is adorable.  What do you think?

This next outfit is worn by Ruby.  Momma Cat took one look at this gorgeous doll and Ruby was the name that popped into her head!

Ruby in her summer outfit with matching sandals
 Naturally Ruby had to have red shoes and a red dress.  She's such a pretty doll, but she has a few marks on her skin that Momma Cat has not been able to get off.  Still, Momma thinks that some little girl may fall in love with her in spite of her flaws.  Momma Cat did!

 This next dress is worn by another of Momma Cat's personal dolls.  It's a simple little dress with a little spring water-color print that Momma Cat bought it in Huntington Beach, California, while visiting Baby Cat, and Baby Cat's husband.

Adorable doll with an adorable dress
 Last, but not least is a cute little dress made with fabric Momma Cat purchased at JoAnn Fabrics.  The pattern is a vintage style with a full skirt and fitted bodice.

Momma Cat's little "model" wearing her vintage design dress
 This dress was fun to make and it looks great on Momma Cat's doll.  It was a little hard finding shoes to match, but thankfully there are some turquoise shoes out there!  There are several online sites where shoes can be purchased, and there are even some patterns if you want to make your own!  That's a craft for another day!

Momma Cat's little "model" doll needs a name too, but so far she has not come up with a suitable one.  Any suggestions?

- Momma Cat


  1. Wow, you have been hard at work! All beautiful dresses and adorable dolls!

  2. Assunta,

    Thanks! I have two new dolls coming this week! Looks like I'll have to make some more new panties. They never have panties!

    - Momma Cat

  3. The dolls are gorgeous, and their dresses are so pretty! Any little girl would love to have one!

  4. Maureen,

    Thank you! I haven't tried selling any yet. I am thinking about trying the Holiday Bazaar first. What do you think?

    - Momma Cat

  5. They look great! My favorites here are Ruby and Misumi.

  6. Catherine,

    Misumi is my all-time favorite and my own personal doll. I think Ruby is pretty cool too. She will be part of the sale I will do in November at the Holiday Bazaar at St. Agatha.

    - Momma Cat