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Free American girl dolls knitting patterns, dress, pullover, skirt and pants patterns,
complete wardrobe for Barbie dolls , cabbage dolls, ragedy ann dolls and
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American Girl Doll (formerly Pleasant Company), a subsidiary of Mattel, Inc., is a direct marketer, children's publisher,
and experiential retailer that provides an array of premium-quality books, dolls, clothes, toys, and accessories for
girls ages 3 and up.

The company's flagship line is a collection of historical 18-inch dolls that have books and accessories.
The fictional heroines--who each start their series around the age of nine and turn ten in the middle--live during
important times in America's past, providing "girl-sized" views of significant events that helped shape the United States.

In addition to the historical collection, the company also offers a wide range of contemporary 18-inch dolls and
accessories, called Just Like You (formerly American Girl Doll of Today), as well as the Bitty Baby line of baby dolls
and accessories.

In 1983, educator, writer and entrepreneur, Pleasant T. Rowland was looking for dolls to give her nieces for Christmas.
Rowland found that the only dolls on the market were baby dolls, such as the Cabbage Patch Kids, and teen/adult
dolls, such as Barbie. She could not find dolls that were supposed to represent preteen girls.
That shopping experience, coupled with a visit to Colonial Williamsburg, inspired her to create the American Girl Doll
line of historical dolls and books.

In 1986 the first catalogs were sent out. They contained the first three dolls in the line: Kirsten Larson, Samantha
Parkington, and Molly McIntire. These catalogs featured only the first three stories of each character's eventual
six-book series, as well as their pajamas, beds and trunks.
These dolls established the original format of the collections.

During the years 1986-1998, the company expanded, adding three more historical characters
(Felicity Merriman, Addy Walker, and Josefina Montoya),
as well as a contemporary magazine called "American Girl Doll", followed by a line of contemporary 18-inch
'American Girl Doll of Today' dolls and the 'Bitty Baby' collection for younger girls.

In 1998 Mattel, Inc. acquired Pleasant Company. This raised concerns by some consumers since the
American Girl Doll brand was seen as an alternative to Barbie.
However, Rowland believed and spoke emphatically about the two brands being able to co-exist happily together,
as they meet the various needs of girls at different times in their development.

As announced at the time of the acquisition, Rowland retired as president of American Girl Doll in 2000.
In 2004, the name of the company changed from 'Pleasant Company' to 'American Girl Doll,' to better reflect
how consumers were naturally identifying with the company.

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The Barbie doll made its debut at the American International Toy Fair in New York on March 9, 1959.
This date is also used as Barbie's official birthday. Mattel acquired the rights to the Bild Lilli doll in 1964 and
production of Lilli was stopped. The first Barbie doll wore a black and white zebra striped swimsuit and
signature topknot ponytail, and was available as either a blonde or brunette.

The doll was marketed as a "Teen-age Fashion Model", with her clothes created by Mattel fashion designer
Charlotte Johnson. Around 350,000 Barbie dolls were sold during the first year of production.
Barbie's appearance has been changed many times, most notably in 1971 when the doll's eyes were adjusted
to look forwards rather than sideways.

Barbie was one of the first toys to have a marketing strategy based extensively on television advertising,
which has been widely copied by other toys. It is estimated that over a billion Barbie dolls have been sold
worldwide in over 150 countries, with Mattel claiming that three Barbie dolls are sold every second.

I have made a complete wardrobe of knitting knitting patterns for Barbie,
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For cabbage patch dolls a complete wardrobe, with differrent types of clothes and gauge

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cabbage patch patterns in inches gauge 28 x 37 cabbage patch patterns in cms 28 x 37
cabbage patch patterns in inches gauge 30 x 40

 

Cabbage Patch Kids are a brand of doll created by Debbie Morehead and Xavier Roberts.
First introduced as "Little People", the original dolls were all cloth and were available at local craft shows,
and later at Babyland General Hospital in Cleveland, Georgia.

The dolls attracted the attention of toy manufacturer Coleco, who began mass producing them for the public in 1983.
The Coleco Cabbage Patch Kids had large, round vinyl heads and soft fabric bodies, and were produced from 1983-1989. After Coleco went bankrupt, the Cabbage Patch Kids were later mass produced by other companies,
including Hasbro, Mattel, Toys R Us, and currently Play Along.

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raggedy ann patterns in inches gauge 24 x 32 raggedy ann patterns in cms gauge 24 x 32
raggedy ann patterns in inches gauge 26 x 34 raggedy ann patterns in cms gauge 26 x 34
raggedy ann patterns in inches gauge 28 x 37 raggedy ann patterns in cms gauge 28 x 37
   

Knitting patterns for a complete wardrobe for plastic dolls

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Johnny Gruelle (December 25, 1880 - January 8, 1938) was an artist, political cartoonist, and writer of children's books.
He is best known as the creator of Raggedy Ann.
One day, Johnny gave his daughter Marcella a dusty, faceless rag doll found in the attic.
Johnny drew a face on the doll and named her Raggedy Ann.
Marcella played with the doll so much, Raggedy Ann became like a sister to her.
Gruelle figured other children would like the doll as much too. Gruelle's Raggedy Ann doll U.S. patent 47,789
was dated September 7, 1915. In 1918, the PF Volland Company published Raggedy Ann Stories.
Gruelle then created a following series of popular Raggedy Ann books and dolls.

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Old rag dolls were made with cloth fabric for the body, dress and apron. Lace, string and yarn were also used for
the hair. The doll's face was usually painted on by the children or just left plain.
Rag dolls have featured in a number of children's stories, most notably Raggedy Ann in the 1918 book by
John Barton Gruelle and the British children's television series Bagpuss and Ragdolly Anna.
Rag dolls were a great money saver for families in the 17th and 18th centuries.
A common doll could costs the entirely earnings of a months work, for the poor men, so they could not afford it.
Instead of purchasing an expensive doll at a store, rag dolls were a creative craft to make at home.
Most early rag dolls have not survived due to the disintegration of the fabric over the years.
Oftentimes, mothers would save scrap material from her own sewing projects to be used for rag dolls.
A rag doll is a very pleasant project to make.

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