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    What fits REDs?

    I think she must have added length to the sleeves and hem. RED is taller than Barbie.
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    No, Barbie clothes fit well in the torso- she has lengthened the sleeves by adding longer lace (and maybe widened them a little at the seam too- not sure) and the length of the dress is a little short. I remember Mai saying this at the time she posted her photos. I also have this dress and it fits one of my porcelains perfectly which is a little shorter than an ED but has similar measurements around the arms waist and bust. I had to alter the seam in the arm to make it fit, but that's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aneemal View Post
    Blythe items will definitely be too small
    I take this back!!!! :o

    I snagged some lovely used Blythe items from a seller on Etsy and tried some of the tops on Novalie and I was pleasantly surprised to find that a few of the coats fit and also a dress by MoshiMoshi makes for a sweet pinafore on Nova. I am so happy because these items fit in well with her mori inspired look and now I'm itching to put her together!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aneemal View Post
    I am so happy because these items fit in well with her mori inspired look and now I'm itching to put her together!
    I've got an itch I can't scratch...please put her together already!!! Hehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by merrijane View Post
    I've got an itch I can't scratch...please put her together already!!! Hehe
    Lol! I'm tryyyyying!

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    Hehe Amal. I think I know exactly whats's going on. You may like to add another 'P' to PARP, for procrastination. I believe it's covered in the advanced online module!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aneemal View Post
    Lol! I'm tryyyyying!

    The good news is I've graduated from the online school of PARP. The modules included:
    1. Buying inordinate amounts of supplies
    2. Arranging said supplies prettily upon desk
    3. Getting snowed under by a gazillion other things
    4. Getting sick.

    I'm now doing complementary reading on 'Living in a country where it rains on every day that is my day off...'
    He he Amal- in that case I have graduated too lol!! All I need do now is to read the same book- only living in Cornwall, the title would have to be 'Living in a County that rains every day full stop' lol!!!!

    Hope you are feeling better now!

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