Wednesday, August 14, 2013

The Real Doc McStuffins......

With all of the stuff I have on my plate---tailoring classes, client work, and trying to squeeze in sewing my personal wardrobe---I end up with some new sewing tasks.....repairing holes in daughter's favorite stuffed animals.
 Here are the patients l to r: Pink poodle with the big creepy eyes (my opinion LOL!), Pooh, and the Dragon Pillow!

That's right, a few of my daughter's "companions" need surgery. Well what's a Mom to do but oblige. I guess I did a wonderful job with Sally's neck surgery the last time that I'll keep getting future patients.
(The Wee-One and Sally a few months after neck surgery! See all better! She even made Sally a new dress!)

I'm really beginning to feel like Doc McStuffins! LOL! Ever seen that show? It's about a young girl who can talk to toys and helps to repair them! It's cute!

Well I'm pushing through this mountain of "sewing-to-do's" and should have some pretty cool stuff to show soon! I've inserted pockets and zippers in my tailored pants. Just have to add front to the back and try on. I can't wait to show you them.......   Until then, happy sewing to all!!!!


  1. Being able to do surgery on stuffed animals is a very important job. Keeps the important people in your life happy.

  2. I've retired as Doc McStuffins and have passed the torch to my 12 year old. It's funny she has no desire to learn how to sew garments but she enjoys repairing things. Can't wait to see the pants.

  3. I have a lot of surgical candidates stuffed in the back of my office closet. I'm at risk for a medical malpractice suit! :)

    You're an inspiration. Can't wait to see your tailored pants.

  4. What a good Mom. I can remember a lot of similar repairs. Bless your heart.

  5. I think the real question is, what wouldn't you do for that li'l cupcake's smile? So stinkin' cute.


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