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You Can Make This: Hocus Pocus Halloween

Bubble, Bubble, TWIRL and Trouble! Brew up a Halloween ensemble for your favorite little witch with patterns from YouCanMakeThis.com and CarlaC Dolly Designs!
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Guest Post from Kim & Carla of YouCanMakeThis.com:

Bubble, Bubble, TWIRL and Trouble! Brew up a Halloween ensemble for your favorite little witch with patterns from YouCanMakeThis.com and CarlaC Dolly Designs! The hat pattern and instructions, as well as Twirl Skirt modifications, are provided in this FREE eBooklet.

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Patterns and complete instructions for the peasant dress and twirl skirt can be found in SewBoutique4Dolly Volume 4: Holiday Baking.

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