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Baby Doll Sling /Sling para boneca

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Aqui, eu já tinha falado sobre o sling que fiz, para os bonecos da G. e do quanto ela gostou dele. Mas ainda não tinha tido a oportunidade de vos mostrar a peça. Assim que há uns dias, enquanto caminhávamos pela rua e ela o levava consigo, tirámos umas fotos sem planear, só para que o pudessem ver. Por dentro usei um lençol branco, e por fora um retalho super antigo que a minha avó me deu (tal como o tecido que usei para o sling da C.). 


Back in here, I had already mentioned the baby doll sling I made for G. and how much she loved it. What I hadn't done it, was showing it to you. So, when we were walking down the street, a few days ago, we shot some quick, non planned photos just to share it with you. I used a white sheet for the lining and an old scrap that my grandma had given to me (just like the fabric I used for C.'s baby doll sling). 


  1. This is so cute!
    I need to put it in my sewing list - it makes a great gift for little girls :)
    (PS. the blue (scrap) fabric is fabulous!)

    1. Thank you! Not only makes a cute gift, it is also really easy and quick to make. Bah, she already painted circles over that fabric... lol...

  2. You did a great job! She looks adorable with her own little baby:)

  3. So cute with her own baby!! :-) I am not going to show this post to my girls or I'll end up with another item on my sewing list for them and their toys ;-)

    1. Thank you Maria. ahahaha This is a quick one to make though, so why not?!

  4. What a cute idea! It looks much easier than making a baby carrier and I like the look better too :-)

    1. Thanks Shantel! Totally, even though the carrier is on my to do list too.


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