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A soft huggable Mac Finder Icon Baby is born (made) on the delivery table of vintage treadle sewing machines from my collection. For those who don’t know, that’s foot powered, not electric, sewing machines, I use a different machine for each color thread. I sew them myself, the little rascals are time consuming to make, each little baby is made with love and gets a little pat on the butt at birth.

Here is the story of how your future Mac Finder Icon Baby Girl came to be.

Late one night in November 2009, I created a fun pillow baby that Mac people can appreciate, the face is the finder icon.

On new year’s eve 2009 when all our family was together we chuckled about my grandsons who love running around in their underwear. I said I needed to make undies for my naked Mac Finder Baby. My son, Doug, said, "And he needs a red cape." That is how the Mac Finder Icon Super Baby Boy was born.

In March 2011 his little sister, Mac Finder Icon Baby Girl, twirled to life on a treadle sewing machine. She is a girly girl in a pink tutu and pink crisscross laced bodice, ready to dance. She's posing with her brother in one of the photos. What a dapper sport he is, he competes with her when his cape twirls, not sure but she may be envious of his sweeping red cape.

Your baby girl is made of fleece and polyester fiber filling, 12 inches tall and wears a pink soft nylon tulle tutu that ties in the back. Her light pink fleece bodice laces in a crisscross pattern from waist up and ties into a bow at the neckline. She has an official Treadle Lady tag sewn on her back, like her brother.

Your Mac Finder Icon Baby comes with a birth certificate, I will write in her name if you have picked one or you can fill it in when your baby is delivered into your hands by your postman.

This listing is for one girl doll, photo of two is just for comparison when boy and girl are together. They are so adorable and make great gifts for Mac family and friends.

One of the pictures shows one of the treadle sewing machines that I use. It is a German Singer sewing machine, model 216G, manufactured in the late 1950s. I like to nickname my machines but it took many months before this machine's nickname came out. One day I sat looking at the machine and knew there was a nickname somewhere. Then I realized the color of the machine was like an army uniform, bingo! Elvis Presley was in the army in Germany about the time this was built, so, it was nicknamed, "G.I. Elvis."

Feedback for boy Finder Baby in February 2012 from Steve Buck (stevebuck1) says:
"If I could give a feedback score of Positive x 10 I would. This doll is AMAZING quality, I honestly could only be happier if steve jobs himself delivered it. Amazing product." Thank you Steve, I do put a lot of care into my sewing.

Early tech, treadle sewing machines, meets high tech, I’m a Mac girl, love my MacBook and all it has to offer, even applications like GarageBand and iMovie to create my YouTube videos.

Thank you for looking, please visit my shop to see all my listings, things made on old iron ladies and gent treadle sewing machines and items to help you with your vintage machine.

Mac Finder Icon Baby Girl Doll

$49.99 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fleece, polyester fiber fill, ribbon, nylon netting, blue fleece, pink fleece
  • Made to order
  • Ships from California, United States to select countries.
  • Feedback: 232 reviews
  • Favorited by: 8 people