Show & Tell: Too Cute to be Ugly Sweater Contest (December 2018)Kristin Rutten

Too Cute to be Ugly Sweater Pattern for 18-inch dolls such as American Girl™

It’s back … our {almost} annual “Too Cute to be Ugly” Sweater Contest!

Theme: SHOW us a photo of your doll wearing a “Too Cute to be Ugly” holiday shirt, sweater or dress! You may use our Matilda’s Closet pattern to create her sweater or any other pattern of your choosing. For an additional applique choice, check out this free tutorial. Photos entered in previous contests are not eligible for the prize. Creativity & props welcome!

After uploading your photo, we’d love you to TELL us more about it in the comments below!

Prize: A special holiday care package created especially for fans of Matilda Jo … delivered right to your mailbox!


And the winner is ...

Congrats Lisa Kruger!
Adorable Animals []
Kitty Face sweatshirt !
1
SANTA SWEATER
5
CHRISTMAS FUN
7
CHRISTMAS TREE
6
Reindeer Day
15
Adorable Animals
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3 Comments

  1. Lisa Kruger
    Lisa KrugerReply
    December 1, 2018 at 4:13 pm

    Adorable Animals – I created the sweater on the left to match my 8 year-old’s Christmas sweater. She designed and created the sweater on the right herself – hand sewing and gluing the embellishments. She loves animals – especially dogs! The doll’s dog – Mustard – is also showing her Christmas spirit in a tiny Santa hat.

  2. Lisa Kruger
    Lisa KrugerReply
    December 1, 2018 at 4:15 pm

    Reindeer Day – I created the sweater on the left to match my 10 year-old’s Christmas sweater. She designed and created the sweater on the right herself – hand sewing and gluing the embellishments. Deer are her second favorite animal (second to horses) and she especially loves reindeer. The reindeer’s name is Candy Cane. 🙂

  3. Dorrie Jones
    Dorrie JonesReply
    December 30, 2018 at 8:43 am

    The ‘Too Cute To Be Ugly’ pattern was so much fun ! The Kitty Face shirt was made from fleece printed in that pattern, purchased from Joann’s. Wish I could have shared a better photo, but we lost nearly everything in an 11/28 house fire. This one was on my phone, luckily. But the good thing about a Matilda’s Closet pattern is that you can never make just one – and all the next ones will be just as if not more adorable !

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