Hmmm. Well, yes. We do have one called Nina that represents a pre-teen Hispanic girl. However - a few simple changes and variation of skin tones make any doll any ethnicity you want! It's a snap! And, your child will love having a doll that represents herself. Christmas is a good goal for finishing a special doll for gifting.
Laurie DeKrey Entze I had so much fun with the Asian baby that I decided to make a 'Big Sister' from the Apple Cheeks pattern, my favorite to work with. Thanks, Joyce DeAngelis for telling me how to do the piggy tails. Her shoes and socks are real baby items. The blouse is the dress bodice extended 2 inches and the jumper is a variation of the dress bodice and skirt. All closures are velcro.
Just posted these 3. They are made from the Honeybunch and Baby Andy pattern. Made up so fast and so many options! Just in time for Christmas.