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The Clothes Make the Girl!

 Sue made this jumper, using a vintage pattern. You can find this pattern and others on-line. There's a seller that has patterns you can download. There is also a seller that has hard copies for sale. Check out Etsy and eBay.


 I bought this composition/cloth Anita-type - has anyone discovered which of these type dolls are actually Anita Novelty Company and which are other manufacturers? After all these years, I still don't know. I believe the ones with the double eyeliner are Gerling. Not sure if that's still the belief or not.

 I added a double row of rhinestone trim and fluffed up her hair in front. The rest of her wig is too glued down to fluff. I added boudoir doll shoes I had stashed away. 

 I felt she still needed more flapperizing, so I added a vintage faux pearl necklace and another glass necklace, as well as a coat I had that was made a few years ago. She's quite the flapper  now! And, as I always like, these things I've added can be removed and do not alter the doll in any way.


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  1. She looks great now, and the coat and necklace are beautiful finishing touches :-).

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    1. Thanks. You just have to dig in your stash of extras to see what you can use.

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