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Doll Body Pattern needed

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Wed, Nov 28, 01 at 18:35

Hi all,
I am new here to this forum, and yes, I have a "need'. I hope someone out there can help me out, possibly the porcelain doll makers.I need a baby doll body pattern that has a nice body to it, much like a 'real' baby...about a 6 mos. age style, definitely not a newborn. It must have jointed shoulders and hips, either button or lock-joint type. A Doll Artworks style baby body, such as Baby Shay or the toddler (Terrible Two's) bodies would work well. An Apple Valley toddler, sleeping baby or num-num body style would be great, too. If anyone is able to scan the pattern for me, I'd appreciate it. Any size 16" to 24" will do, as I can adjust to the size I need.
Thanks for taking the time to read.......Merilynn

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RE: Doll Body Pattern needed

Merilyn, I wish I could help but just don't have any of those patterns. I have Modern Doll Art 's Nick body pattern and Seely's My Princess but I am sure that they are not what you are looking for.......

RE: Doll Body Pattern needed

Merilynn, I have an extra Sugar Britches doll body pattern, if that would help. It makes a 19" doll. I can send it to you as I'm not too great with this scanner yet. Let me know. Myrtle aka granny

RE: Doll Body Pattern needed

I have a pattern for Good Morning Sugar Britches. I think it is 19" also. Both arms and legs are jointed. I also have one for Cuddles. I'm not sure how big it is but a little larger, also with jointed arms and legs

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