|Jointed clothespin doll with molded hair wears a Christmas-themed dress|
A collection of collections is probably the best way to describe my various black dolls and the categories they represent.
My tiny clothespin doll collection is one of these many collections within the collection. I recently won the one shown above. She has sculptured curls with three yarn braids. Her dress has tiny Christmas trees in the print of the red fabric, but I will keep her displayed year round with the ones shown below:
|Clothespin doll made by a special doll friend, dressed in my favorite color: peach.|
|L-R: Custom-made doll-collector clothespin doll by Clothesline Cuties, one-of-a-kind clothespin doll by Curiositeej Dolls & Collectibles, Jemimah Angel clothespin doll by Rev. Dr. LaVerne C. Hall, and a circa 1980s jointed clothespin doll with Afro found a few years ago.|
|These unfinished clothespin dolls and block-doll kit with craft tongue depressors were included in an eBay auction win.|
|This package includes 10 doll pins and 10 doll stands. The heads on these are small.|
|This package contains 13 craft clothespins. The heads of these are small as well.|
|This makes my second multiarticulated 8-inch unfinished clothespin doll. I found an identical one on eBay a couple of years ago. I like the larger size head and body proportions.|
|These five separately packaged "wooden jointed forms" will make very interesting clothespin dolls. The heads of these are slightly smaller than the 8-inch doll, and should be because they create 5-inch dolls.|
These unfinished dolls and kit will keep me busy once I get started making additional clothespin dolls to add to the now, still small collection.
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