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Have and Want Annies Attic

Posted by cannaluver ( on
Wed, May 23, 07 at 11:35

Hello. I have lots of Annies Attic Bed doll patterns and There are several collections I cant find and would like to know if anyone has them and would like to trade coppies?
Hear is what I have and what I need.
1991 Antebellum (Have all)
1992 Cotillion (Have all)
1993 The Victorian Lady Centennial coll.(Have all)
1994 Gibson Girls (Have All)
1995 Turn of the Century Bridal Trousseau Coll. (Have all)
Edwardian Lady (Have all but the Bride)
Gems of the South (Have all)
The Bridal Belle Coll. (Have all)
Royal Ballgowns coll. (Have all)
Wedding Ballgowns coll (Have all)
The Golden age of Film (Have all)
Bridal Dreams Coll. (Have all)
Southern Belle Coll. (Have all)
The Gilded Age (Have Alva Vanderbilt Need the rest)
The Royal Court Coll. (Have all)
The Millennium Coll. (Have all)
First Ladies of America (Have all)
The Days of Jane Austin (Have Dinner at Netherfield, A walk at Pemberly,A Garden Stroll Need the rest)
Fairy Tale Collection (Have Goldilocks, Beauty and the Beast,Rose Red, Snow Queen, Frog Princess, Little Red Riding Hood Need the rest)
Ribbons and Lace Coll. (Have all)
Flower Garden Coll. (Have all)
Glorious Gowns Belle of the Ball (Have all)
Old South Coll. Have all but the bride)
I also have the Paradise patterns I could trade
2 - 1775 French Court Dress
4 - Princess Di's Royal Wedding Gown
6 - 1895 Afternoon Suit
7 - 1986 Duchess Wedding Gown
9 - 1850 Dickens Christmas Caroler
20 - 1848 Plantation Party Frock
23 - 1910 Ascot Dress
29 - 1875 Winter Carriage Costume
30-1956-Grace Kelly Wedding Gown
31 - 1903 Paris Opera Gown
33 - 1866 Atlanta Belle
36 - 1895 Paris Spring Fashion
40 - 1894 Riding Costume
43 - 1840 Queen Victoria's Wedding Gown
46-1897 Spring Traveling Costume
47-Princess Diana & Bridesmaids
48-Princess Diana 1981 Engagement Dress
50-1899 Mae West Stage
51-1907 Coney Island Costume
75-1830 Jeweled Engagement Gown
82-1920's Gatsby Girls
84-40 B.C. Cleopatra's Jeweled Costumes
86-1955 - 1965 Jeweled Hollywood Gowns
90-1925 Jeweled Flapper Girls
110-1907 Riverboat Belle
111-Trousseau Tea Gown
20th Century Royal Wedding Gown
2-1850 Southern Belle

Also have these from the Needlecraft shop
Abigail's Walking Suit
Corrine's Sporting Suit
Guinivere of Geneva
Leslie's Carriage Suit
Madeline of New Orleans
Megan's Wedding Gown
Promenade pattern

Also have these for barbie
Show Stoppers
jeanie outfit
yesteryear outfits
pretty in pansies
Roaring 20's
All that glitters
london stroll ken
Elizabeth Ann
Daisy Debutant
Anniversary & Birthday
Shamrock Pillow Doll
Betsy Ross
Doll-A-Month Crochet Collection
Volume One
Volume Two
Dolly Madison
Amethyst Queen
White pearl wedding gown
Wedding cake
1960 Evening Gown
victorian gowns I
victorian gowns II
Birthday Bells vol I
Birthday Bells vol II
Victorian costume gown
fit for a queen
black bows
17th Century Ball Gown
bell of the ball
Timeless fashion doll wardrobe vol1
Timeless fashion doll wardrobe vol2
Timeless fashion doll wardrobe vol3
Socialite ballgown
Garden stroll
Rendezvous by the lake
Orchard urchans
little darlin wardrobe
bitsy baby pincushion
kellys play clothes
watermellon outfit
evening outfit
barbie nursery
flower baby faries
teatime party dress
basinet and christening set
barbie nursery
little miss collection
Easter parade
Best friends
play set
Bud Babies
victorian missy
Bed Doll Babies
Victorian Missy
Playtime pals
playtime pair
The nursery
Mothers Corner
Crochet Reversible Ruffles Doll
Rose marie
victorian costume
Beaded Piniapple gowns
Royal court 1985 Annies pattern club
Jack & Jill
Hansel & Gretel.
floral motif
old fashioned star quilt
mile a minute
Afghan and pillow pairs
Hearts and bows
lacy bedspread
Rose and diamond
miniature bedding
mosaic afghan
Grandmas feather bed
Any help is Appreciated.

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: Have and Want Annies Attic

Sylvia, that is quite a collection! I have a few as well. I know that I have some of the Gilded Age ones (including Alva Vanderbilt, which I see you don't need). But I'm at work, and I just can't remember which ones I have. I'd be happy to check when I get home tonight.

I also have several of the Miniature Shoe Collection, if you are interested.


RE: Have and Want Annies Attic

Leslie, Sure I would like to trade. Just let me know what you want and what you have. Send me an email.

RE: Have and Want Annies Attic

I love doing crochet, and have some crochet patterns, but as I live in Spain, it's a bit difficult to find Annie's Attic one's here.
I have some Paradise Crochet Patterns and some other things.
If you would like to trade or share crochet patterns, please, make me know.
Thank you very much


RE: Have and Want Annies Attic

I sent you an e-mail Maria

RE: Have and Want Annies Attic

Hi, I have all but alva Vanderbilt for the Gilded Age Collection. I am interested in the Ribbons and lace, Old South, Belle of the Ball, and Southern Belle. I have a few in each, but am interested in the full collections. I am making the dresses for my daughter.

RE: Have and Want Annies Attic

I am interested in the First Ladies Collections. I sent you an e-mail. Hope to hear from you soon!

RE: Have and Want Annies Attic

Hi Sylvia ! My name is Catherine and I am from Russia).
If it's interesting for you I have all parts of Paradise publication, also I have The Days of Jane Austin ( 6) , Old South Coll (Have all with bride), LADIES_OF_FASHION from the Needlecraft shop (34 paterns), and other different dress from Annie Potter. If you would like to trade I'll be happy.

I am interested in next collection which you have:

Gems of the South Collection
Royal Court Collection
Golden Age of Film Collection
Belle of the Ball Collection
Fairytale Collection
The Guilded Age Collection - if you have

So, if you still interesting we can help to each other.

P.S. Sorry for my english:-)

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