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debbie

These dolls are wonderful! A knitted net tutu! I love the clothes. I can see why you have planned to claim one for your very own!

Samantha

Oh- I've seen these before. My knitting isn't that good yet. But they are so quirky - lucky you!

Blair

I LOVE these dolls, but I haven't knitted one yet. Can't wait to see yours. I, too, am more than happy to lay claim to something as cute as this for myself if my daughter doesn't.

jungs

it's great to have little kids to make things for. ehm, yes. and if the rejected toys end up on your own shelf.... ^ ^

pyglet

They are really cute. Lucky you...oops I mean Molly.

Fran

Dolls are great and I love a good cackle!

Amanda Lee

Thanks for the link. It will make a great present.

Anamaria

I'm learning to knit just so I can make this doll! Although I think the clothes are even cuter than the doll herself. Now I'm just waiting for the yarn to arrive. Can't wait to see your (I mean your duaghter's) finished doll!

Rose

Thanks for the link! I may just join the "Knitted Babe Along". I choose to think that I make my toys for my future grandchildren (far, far, future, hopefully).

cindy

hi molly...i have the knitted babes book too. are you using the fingering wt yarn and size 2 needles? it seems so small to me. i wonder if i could use worsted wt yarn and maybe sz 4 needles?

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