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Blythe. Check out my AFFORDABLE doll store: http://astore.amazon.com/bandwapopulcultu. Curated by NYC Metro Fandom (formerly Suburban Fandom). NYC Tri-State Fan Events: http://yonkersfun.com/category/fandom/

These were the original Blythe dolls that came out in 1972. I had the dark haired one 2nd from the left

I've just made the skirt in this pattern for my Basaak (Blythe clone) doll. It's in a pale blue, floral pattern, with a pale blue waistband (the material i used needed a waistband). I popped a press stud on the back and used the full circle, rather than cutting a section out, so it would be fuller.

Blythe. Check out my AFFORDABLE doll store: http://astore.amazon.com/bandwapopulcultu. Curated by NYC Metro Fandom. NYC Tri-State Fan Events: http://yonkersfun.com/category/fandom/

Blythe x Christmas. Check out my AFFORDABLE doll store: http://astore.amazon.com/bandwapopulcultu. Curated by NYC Metro Fandom (formerly Suburban Fandom). NYC Tri-State Fan Events: http://yonkersfun.com/category/fandom/

Many girls have left and new ones have arrived, but some will always remain ;) FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Top Row: Boise (Erica Fustero), Kenny (K07doll) Middle Row: Lenny (ToleTole), Karma (Vainilladolly), Bunny (RanRan), Sprocket middie (KDollsHeaven), Dahlia Rose (Sirenita Dolls) Bottom Row: Mirinda (Hola Gominola), Sophia (Alice Blice), Marty (RisRas), Keenan (Mariuka Dolls), Rowan (Penguinbabymomo), and Cobain (La Chica Del Lunar)