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Thread: IN SEARCH OF A TIPSY DOLL PATTERN'

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    long time ago, my aunt made these dolls, ragedy ann style, they were tipsy topsy dolls? one was a white Ann side, the other was a colored Ann side.. the colored Ann wore a hankerchief on her head, well i no longer have here and want to make them like Aunt Betty did, she is no longer her and now I am in search of.. Has anyone seen a ragedy Anne one like this?

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    sounds cute

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    they were, I am going to see if I can't make them.. Everyone that had them, loved them........
    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    sounds cute

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    is that the kind of doll that the skirt flips over and it's a different doll?

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    well there are dolls similar to that. keepsakequilting.com has one i think. or maybe connectingthreads.com
    you could alter them. i think i bought one and may still have the pattern somewhere.
    found these online
    http://www.sewfunpatterns.com/topsyt...lpatterns.html

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    Yes! but she made hers like Ragedy Ann.. and it was neat cause she gave them to her grandchildren that were what she referred to them as her Half&Half babies! and they loved them.. which I think was so cool.........
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    is that the kind of doll that the skirt flips over and it's a different doll?

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    I might have an old pattern like that. I'll check when I can get a break from my DD, who is currently painting my toenails and "decorating the walls like normal" from yesterday. (she's helping clean up from yesterday even though nothing's out of place)

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    I have seen them. Only the one I saw was diffent. One was awake and she had a dress on and you flipped her over and she was asleep and had a nightgown on.

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    I have also seen them done as Cinderella-the-housemaid and Cinderella-at-the-ball.

    There are lots of variations you could make. :)

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