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Blog posts of '2017' 'October'

"Do you have a Hispanic doll pattern?"
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. 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. 
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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.

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Joyce DeAngelis
Joyce DeAngelis Laurie, they are so precious! I especially love the little oriental one! So creative! Maybe I will make Angel Baby for my little great-niece. Thanks for inspiring me!
Laurie DeKrey Entze
Laurie DeKrey Entze I used the Pinkie hair pattern piece for the Asian and trimmed the CC13 eyepieces for the slant look. She's my favorite of the three.
Carolee Alt-Luppino
Carolee Alt-LuppinoGroup Admin Mine too, Laurie DeKrey Entze. She's very special
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