InMarigoldsAttic

Modern and historical clothes for 18 inch dolls

Alliance, Ohio · 67 Sales

InMarigoldsAttic

Modern and historical clothes for 18 inch dolls

Alliance, Ohio 67 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Announcement   The attic at the top of Marigold's house was a special place. Most of the big room was dim and dusty, crowded with boxes and trunks, old lamps, and older furniture, but on one side, in a clean and quiet corner, was a sunny window nook, and it was here Marigold brought her dolls to play. Her favorite game was school. She would dress her dolls in carefully chosen school clothes and then seat them in their tiny chairs before the blackboard to have their lessons.

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The attic at the top of Marigold's house was a special place. Most of the big room was dim and dusty, crowded with boxes and trunks, old lamps, and older furniture, but on one side, in a clean and quiet corner, was a sunny window nook, and it was here Marigold brought her dolls to play. Her favorite game was school. She would dress her dolls in carefully chosen school clothes and then seat them in their tiny chairs before the blackboard to have their lessons.

Carrie Kimble

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How In Marigold's Attic came to be

A few years ago my daughter became enamored of the American Girl doll, Felicity, (they share a love of horses), but the doll was a bit of a stretch for our budget. I have always loved to make and sew, and I enjoy a challenge, so I came up with a plan for Christmas. I purchased a look-alike 18 inch doll and set to work in the afternoons while my daughter was in school, recreating Felicity's entire wardrobe. I even made an appropriately sized stuffed horse for the doll to ride complete with saddle and bridle. Every moment spent working on the project was worth it to see the look of awe and delight on my daughter's face as she opened the boxes that Christmas. I, however, had become thoroughly hooked on sewing doll clothes, and so, to give me a grown up excuse for continuing to sew them, I opened In Marigold's Attic (originally named Stonehousehill) on Etsy in 2011. Since then I have enjoyed sending my little handmade, one-of-a-kind clothes to little and big girls across the continent and even across the pond. Most afternoons, when the housework and errands are done--or not--and before I pick up the kids from school and start dinner, you can find me at my sewing machine stitching away at something new.

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Last updated on January 25, 2014

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All items are shipped in USPS flat rate boxes to help prevent wrinkling and crushing.
Refunds and Exchanges
Refunds will be given only on return of items in original condition and must be postmarked within 7 days of receipt.
Refunds will be given for item only. Return shipping is the responsibility of the buyer
Additional policies and FAQs
All my products are made in my home. We do not smoke or have indoor kitties.