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Thread: Raggedy Andy with Clothes

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    Jerri you did a great job on Andy too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debra Mc
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    Quote Originally Posted by ForestHobbit
    Did you know that the original pattern did not use red and blue? The legs were in multicolored stripes and patterns were much more 40's style.
    Yes i know
    I didn't. All I remember is red & blue.
    That is all i knew was legs the red strip and feet Black for shoes and clothes is like a country look but when i was looking for pictures pattern i found that out

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    Awwwwwwwww that is so adorable Jerrie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn Hendrix
    Jerrie you are just having to much fun with these dolls.. they are really cute tho
    I don't think anyone can have too much fun when doing something they love doing...I know I can't! :D

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    Wow . . . . .when I used to make ann and andy's each strand was sewen and knotted in in a circle around the head with a curved needle and yarn! Your way sounds so much easier on the hands and a real time saver. How did you do it?
    Judith

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    He looks happy to have his heart and clothes. A real cutie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ForestHobbit
    Wow . . . . .when I used to make ann and andy's each strand was sewen and knotted in in a circle around the head with a curved needle and yarn! Your way sounds so much easier on the hands and a real time saver. How did you do it?
    Judith
    Are you talking about my method or Jerrie gluing? If you are talking to me, PM me you regular email & I'll send it to you. Deb

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    Either & both. My Aunt is still waiting for hers and I wasn't excited about doing the hair!

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    how cute

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    oh girl you out did yourself again he,s so cute

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    Nicely done!

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