Little Lola’s Outfit – finally complete :-)

The D-rings finally arrived and Mom finished sewing the leg pockets for Little Lola’s pants and the pair of suspenders! Now they are quite like I had wanted them to be. The original picture of the pants showed the pants had little chains and stuff attached to the D-rings and suspenders, but I suppose I can still do that later, when I find suitable little chains. For now, the outfit is complete. See for yourself:

LittleLolaOutfit05

Didn’t that turn out awesome?

~~~~~~~~~~~

Thank you to my mom for all the sewing! ❤

Advertisements

14 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. nobodysreadingme
    Jan 23, 2013 @ 14:54:09

    I think I lost my network connection halfway through the upload.
    She looks, as we say, the mutt’s nuts! Wonderful! So different from how she was when you first got her, and so like the illustrations you used to show us how you wanted her dresses. Brilliant.
    Wnd well done Lola’s mum for all the hard work. It shows.
    Lola, you can buy very fine chain in just about any hobby or model shop.
    Fantastic.

    • Lola
      Jan 23, 2013 @ 14:58:20

      Oh, I hate it when I lose stuff I write. Anyway, hahaha ‘the mutt’s nuts’, that’s hilarious! She really does look way different now, and yeah, isn’t it really close to the pictures? And yeah, I hope we’ll find a nice fine chain somewhere when we’re out and about shopping the next time! 😀

      • nobodysreadingme
        Jan 23, 2013 @ 15:00:38

        Hehehehe. Also the phrase ‘the dog’s bollocks’ is pretty expressive.
        😉

        • Lola
          Jan 23, 2013 @ 15:02:27

          Haha, indeed! You Brits sure have funny ways to say things. 😀

          • nobodysreadingme
            Jan 23, 2013 @ 15:07:18

            Ha! And that from a Yank!
            The other thing is that it can be highly regional. where I come from, in Lancashire, if someone is bugeyed with surprise we say their ‘eyes were standin’ out like chapel ‘at pegs.’ I like that, but nobody in the south here gets it.
            Lackaday.

            • Lola
              Jan 23, 2013 @ 15:15:02

              I’m kinda not getting it either. Like, I know the words, but they don’t make sense. LOL. Guess I’m boring. I just say that someones eyes are popping out.

            • nobodysreadingme
              Jan 23, 2013 @ 15:20:03

              As I say, it’s regional. Nonconformist chapels often have very big coathooks (hat pegs) with a large rounded knob at the end to stop coats slipping off and keep hats off the coats underneath. So if your eyes are out on stalks, the look like the coathooks. Or hat pegs.
              There you go. Culture Gap City
              😦

            • Lola
              Jan 23, 2013 @ 15:25:04

              Well, it’s funny once you get it! 😀

            • nobodysreadingme
              Jan 23, 2013 @ 15:44:07

              I sometimes deliberately confuse people by using reginal terms. They look at me as if I’m mad. Why that should be I simply don’t know…

            • Lola
              Jan 23, 2013 @ 16:07:11

              Hahaha, I have no clue either… 😉

  2. prideinmadness
    Jan 23, 2013 @ 17:18:47

    That’s hot!!!!!!!

  3. gypsy116
    Jan 24, 2013 @ 21:01:42

    🙂

C PTSD - A Way Out

A place to check in daily

The Serenity Game

Marriage- The Final Frontier- Humor is the Key

Creative Liar

Because the truth makes me cry.

ladyswan1221

This WordPress.com site is the bee's knees

Simple Pleasures

Visual Poetry, Photography and Quotes

scienerf

So many MonSters so little time

silence of silence

i took a deep breath and listened to the old bray of my heart: i am, i am, i am.

We're All Mad Inhere

Life as it is: Surviving Insanity

Raison d'etre

There must be more than one...

Cupcakes and Anguish

Ramblings of a crazy creative ninja

firefliesandfairies

The greatest WordPress.com site in all the land!

Love—Life—OM

Support for survivors of domestic violence, rape and fraud

Beauty from ashes daughter

Words of hope from an abuse survivor

Tackling BPD

My story of recovery from Borderline Personality Disorder, depression and anxiety through self-help. How I learned to like myself and live a happier life.

The Bottom of a Bottle

Trust me, I've been there, I've looked, I've searched and I know now, that there are no answers to be found in the bottom of a bottle or on the edge of a blade! Fighting Hard, Recovering, Rebuilding, REBORN. Moving on from addiction to a new life.

%d bloggers like this: