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Mondrian Madness Status $125.00
Piet Mondrian was a Dutch painter who is known for a style of painting which he called "neoplasticism." This consisted of a white background with a grid of vertical and horizontal black lines and the three primary colors. In the 1960's, several famous fashion designers such as Yves Saint Laurent
Nippon Nobility Status $105.00
On very rare occasions, one comes upon something so exquisite that it takes your breath away. Sylvia felt that way when she first saw this vintage rose gold and black Japanese silk brocade with a pattern of tiny cherry blossoms. Absolutely no one makes brocade like the Japanese. When Sylvia starte
Obi Sheath with Green and White Cherry Blossoms Status $95.00
Sylvia has created another fabulous outfit for vintage Barbie from fabric that was used on souvenir dolls that tourists brought home from Japan in the 1960's. This gorgeous vintage brocade has a background of black with green and white cherry blossoms decorating the fabric on the front, and red cher
Obi Sheath in Red with Blue Cherry Blossoms Status $95.00
Sylvia has created another fabulous outfit for vintage Barbie from fabric that was used on souvenir dolls that tourists brought home from Japan in the 1960's. This gorgeous vintage brocade has a background of red with blue, gold, and white cherry blossoms decorating the fabric. There are gold metal
Slightly Summery for Barbie Status $75.00
Sylvia's newest creation is a reproduction of Francie's adorable Slightly Summery outfit to fit our girl Barbie. This cute little one-piece dress has a bodice of blue, yellow, hot pink, and lime green cotton Barbie print fabric. The colors are much brighter than in the picture. The pleated skirt i
Obi Sheath in Japanese Francie Fabric Status $85.00
Sylvia has been very busy sewing wonderful, unique items for her customers. She has been buying souvenir dolls from Japan. The doll companies there used some of the same brocade fabrics for their clothing as Mattel. This is one of them. This is the fabric that Mattel used to make Francie's very elus

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