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Bed Dolls/Pajama Dolls

Posted by kittytigger2000 (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 19, 02 at 18:26

i am looking for a pattern for a bed doll that would have a sewn dress on it kinda like the one i use to have. That paticular one used a dish soap bottle (only the top half) filled with plaster for the body. any help or any pattern that anyone can give me would be appricated.


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RE: Bed Dolls/Pajama Dolls

I have a really cute Bunny Jammie bag, made from fuzzy side out sweat shirt material ...

but it is rather small..... MAYBE toddler size pj's. I guess you could just make it larger.....

Let me know and I'll try and get the instructions and pattern scanned for you.

I have sold LOTS of these over the last 15 years, doesn't seem to matter that they are small!!

The pattern is from a book that my Mother had had for YEARS before I found it.... guessing 1960's or 70's.

Karen


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RE: Bed Dolls/Pajama Dolls

Sneekersmom,
I would love to have the pattern if you wouldnt mind, sounds so cute and I have going to have a new grand daughter in july and it would cute to stuff it with baby items for the shower.
TIA
Kim

kimmi@hopkinsville.net


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RE: Bed Dolls/Pajama Dolls

I'd also be interested in getting this pattern from you- would you like anything in exchange? vtrish


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RE: Bed Dolls/Pajama Dolls

How embarrassing!!!!!

I just found these requests now!!!! A WHOLE YEAR LATER!!!!

I have attached a picture of the pj bunny, if you are still interested let me know!

karen

Here is a link that might be useful: pj bunny


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