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  1. Hey, I’ve been thinking about you a lot lately. How are your Ruby Lou sales? Do you sell them on Etsy? If not, you should!

    I keep planning to make more RL dolls and include a blog post with links to your shop, but time keeps getting away from me. Once I do, I’ll let you know. Hope all is well with you and yours.

  2. Oh My ADORABLE!!!

    HUGS – LORi

  3. These are just adorable!

  4. Abby, I love this doll pattern! I am so glad you’re my mom’s visiting teaching companion so I could find it. I’ve been looking for a cute doll to make for my girls, and I have definitely found it. I’m having lots of fun browsing your amazing blog!

  5. I just love these dolls but I absolutely can’t sew. Would you consider selling the actual dolls?

  6. The Lindners:

    Unfortunately I don’t sell the actual dolls at this point, but luckily I know someone that does! You can find them here:

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/kiwiandkiki?section_id=7279928

  7. Hi Abby,
    I made my doll this week, I have posted photos on my blog here:
    http://www.raspberryrainbow.com/2010/09/my-dolly-creative-space.html

    She is a bit gorgeous, if I do say so myself!
    The pattern is great, and I had fun making her. Thanks, Cat :)

  8. Abby,

    I finally made my first doll for my little one’s birthday next week. Thank you so much for this wonderful pattern. So easy to follow and detailed.

    Pictures here: http://www.thebusybean.com/2010/09/birthday-bug/

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