She is about 6" long, legs appear to be composition painted legs, sleep eye, marked m 5.
it says her name is kate it says its from the cutie doll collection. it looks liek she was made for a window stand and her feet are broken
Hi here is a yarn doll. The head and body are not styrofoam balls covered with yarn. The head seems to be a ball of yarns, the body has a muslin like covering over yarn and scraps of cloth. The hat is cardboard covered with yarn. It has a hanging yarn on top there. Its pretty big..perhaps a foot, foot and half.
For those reasons, I'm thinking this is not a kit doll but made by hand in some other country, but I could be oh so wrong!
Any thoughts on what country or region this may have come from or is suppose to represent? Or anything else..like age...keywords to use lol. Thanks!
Well, my Gotz creepy baby doll sold.
Before it sold, I got two messages asking if it was haunted. Then I got one message advising me it was definitely haunted - the person remote viewed using a pendulim somehow... I guess.
Poor thing..I gave her a lecture on "Don't Mess with Spirits" which is ancient and good advice for anyone.
I'm thinking its violet eyes turned pink/red due to a manufacturing flaw.
The person who finally bought it was interested in paranormal things, but I NEVER stated it was haunted or I saw, sensed, heard or felt anything unusual. In fact the opposite.
Finally I got a lovely message from another saying my wild eyed doll made her laugh. Amd that made me smile too nice lady.
I was just surprised about the "is it haunted" messages.
Have you all had similar experiences?
Does anyone have a link for a site with clear pictures of original and/or reproduction Kenner Blythe shoes?
I won a lot that I know has a number of Blythe shoes in it. I want to make sure they're original and not reproductions before I list them. I don't deal a lot with Blythe, but I couldn't pass this lot up.