LittleDollCloset

Little Doll Closet

Clayton, North Carolina · 1500 Sales

LittleDollCloset

Little Doll Closet

Clayton, North Carolina 1500 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(382)

Announcement   Easter Shipping Deadline - Friday March 7th.
If ordering after Friday please contact me prior to ordering to verify item availability and use Priority Shipping (Many items are made after they are purchased)

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Many items are made after they are ordered and the estimated shipping time is given in the listing. Feel free to contact me with questions or more accurate shipping dates.

Announcement

Last updated on Apr 5, 2017

Easter Shipping Deadline - Friday March 7th.
If ordering after Friday please contact me prior to ordering to verify item availability and use Priority Shipping (Many items are made after they are purchased)

Follow me to see what's new Instagram - @littledollcloset
Facebook - facebook.com/littledollcloset
Pinterest - www.pinterest.con/ldcproducts

Many items are made after they are ordered and the estimated shipping time is given in the listing. Feel free to contact me with questions or more accurate shipping dates.

Beth Baldwin

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Updates

Warmer weather means fun summer outfits. New rompers for 14" / 14.5" have been listed. The new design is made for little hands and lets you dress/undress without untying the shoulders
New springtime dresses for 14"/14.5" dolls now available
Be your kid's hero and make sure their tooth has a safe place to wait for the tooth fairy. Available in a wide range of colors
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About

Crafter to Engineer and Back Again

Crafting has always been a part of my life. While I will try almost any craft, I always go back to sewing.

I made my first outfit when I was 12yrs old as part of a 4-H fashion show and realized just how much you can do with some fabric, a needle and thread. As I grew I found a "real life" direction for my creativity and need for technical preciseness... engineering. Over the years I found ways to incorporate my creative spirit into my schooling and my eventual engineering career.

I loved my engineering job. I had one amazing "craft project" after another. I went from pattern design and layout with fabric to designing structures out of metal. In 2008 "real life" struck and I found my way back with my beloved sewing. It is a huge part of my life now. Pattern design and construction satisfies my engineering side while my crafty side could not be happier.

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