The pink dress, the flowered dress, and the green gingham dress were made from a wrapper type dress pattern but then I realized I need to take some kind of tuck in the back because from the side they look hunchbacked.
|"Jeff, you are very nice doggy."|
|"This is the girls' room," says Dorinda. "We're supposed to get a bed but I'm beginning to have my doubts."|
|The bathroom will be lovely when it's finished.|
|The dressing table will be lovely when it's painted and the mirror is mounted.|
|"We just got this nice tablecloth," said Flora.|
So here are the new doll parts.
Because Mrs. Smith had joined the Sally Club at Salvation Army, she got 20% off the $7.99.
It looks like we have eight bodies, four with heads attached, two separate heads, three sets of arms. So we'll have extra bodies again.
The doll on the left is a Story Book Doll from the 50s. She is different from the others because her legs are movable. Unfortunately she is missing an arm and the extra arms I have are too big. We may have to conceal her missing arm with clothing. The blonde doll on the right has Lingerie Lou stamped on her back. I had never heard of her but apparently they were common in the 1950s.
This blonde doll's head was glued to her neck, but when I loosened it, it was attached with a rubber band so I don't know why someone glued it. Her eyes won't open but I haven't experimented too much with them. Maybe we can just paint eyeballs on the closed lids. The red mark on her stomach looks like plastic but I haven't been able to peel it off.