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April 13, 2005



That would be a good job. about 10 years ago my husband bought a box full of barbies and japanese (ideal toy corp.) barbies from the 60's and tons and tons of homemade clothes. I recognize some of the knitted things from your pics. the dolls have been in a suitcase ever since and my daughter and I just discoved them in a remodel. She was thrilled and hand washed every piece of clothing.


Have mercy! Those are some old school barbie knits!


why are those two barbies at the bottom fighting over who gets to take that sweet little dear home? cant they share???


ha, i meant deer...


snazzy! when i was little i bought a barbie dress pattern but had to have my mom sew it up--i guess this sort of thing is more for grown-ups and their collectibles...


hee hee.


hey! my mom made these for me when i was
a kid.(41 now,no gasping please)
what fun to see them. thanks.

Aimee Roo

Those are so cute! I love finding things like that, I especially like the last one with the little deer in it. :)


My Mom made me those Barbie knits in '63 too. Barbie was on the best dressed list. I hated dolls and didn't care.

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