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Thread: Texas doll named Lola for child with cancer

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    Super Member wordpaintervs's Avatar
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    Here is the newest doll (number forty-two) for a child with cancer. (see page 20 in below link)

    She is a two in one or flip doll.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-56981-20.htm#3511094

    Vickey Stamps

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    Wow that's not only a lot of dolls, but what a wonderful giving person you are to make the dolls for the kids.

    I love the flip dolls, the children receiving these are probably so happy to have them.

    God bless you

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    I love those dolls

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    Is she ever fun. Love the clothing and colors

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    What workmanship! what a kind and generous heart you have.

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    thanks so much. I put a lot of extra in this particular doll, out of thankfulness for the heart and spirit of the family who run the Herbert Taco Hut in New Brauifels, TX that gave me the Serhape (spelling) or rectangular pancho (20 by 11 inches) from their restaurant, when I asked where I might buy one to use on a doll. I got the material from a craft shop there (red fabric) I recently went there to visit my brother who lives in that towh, who is battling his 3rd and worse cancer. I incorporated it on hem of the 'nightgown' part of the gown below the blue ruffle, and of course as a 'wrap' for the dress. Under the 'wrap' is a ruffled top. Thank you all for your replies. They are appreciated and I am happy to hear you like my dolls.

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