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#1 of 3 Old 11-29-2011, 03:44 PM - Thread Starter
 
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DD has three dolls: a Berenguer 14" baby doll, a Kathy Kruse It's Me, Too! 18" doll, and a Cabbage Patch doll.

 

She would like clothes/accessories for her dolls (including a high chair and ring sling) so I am looking for used doll clothes, etc for the above 'sizes'. Any other option besides ebay?

 

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Craigslist, the thrift store, garage sales,  all can be hit or miss but you can get some super deals.


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For clothing I have had more luck with prem/early baby sized stuff then those designed for dolls. I think my kids dolls are 16 inches and most of the clothes we have are up to 7lb size. Some are a little large round the nappy area but my kids find them a lot easier to get on and off than the doll clothes we have.

 

I got most of ours from local nearly new sales, I found ebay tended to be big lots of stuff which was more than I wanted.

 

A ring sling is pretty easy to make, and rings should be easy to get and the craft store. If you are not a sewer then you could probably even use a fabric like fleace which wouldn't fray and you would only have to sew on the rings.

 

 

 

 

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