Tag Sale Time

Hi all!  Do summertime and clearing go hand in hand?  They must for me because every summer I seem to get this need to pare down my stuff.  A few days ago I found (three!!!) binders of Barbie patterns and a milk crate filled with American Girl doll patterns, along with a couple other doll patterns.  Hmm, I don’t sew for Barbie or for American Girl dolls.  What do I need these for?  I was going to donate them, but maybe some of you who do sew for these dolls might like some new patterns.

I made a new page on my website called “Tag Sale”.  It’s the last pink rectangle at the top of my home page.  If you click on it you’ll see my virtual tag sale items.  Sorry, but due to high postage rates, I am only shipping within the United States.

If you do want anything, send me a contact form A.S.A.P. as everything is first come, first served.

I’ll be adding more to this page when I get another urge to clear out more stuff.  I’ve still got cartons full of unopened Barbie, Skipper, Stacie, and Kelly dolls.  I’ve been eyeing my ever growing fabric stash too.

Here are a few photos of what I have available right now, more on my site.  I put them in organized lots and tried to keep the weight down so they can ship first class for $2.  Enjoy shopping!

vogue vintage reprints 241

morrissey for riley 234

simplicity doll collector's club 238

butterick delineator girls patterns 237

simplicity museum collection 1 236

Bye for now!


8 thoughts on “Tag Sale Time

  1. Joy

    Great idea for the patterns. There are some good ones there. If another flat pattern envelope arrives in our mail box, a certain person will have fits. But, maybe.:)

    1. Cindy Rice Post author

      Hi Joy,
      First, I enjoyed your photos that you sent Jeanne. You have quite a large 10″ gang! Your Maypole shot is the cutest! Ha ha, about the patterns. I don’t want to be a bad influence on you, so maybe not succumb to my offerings??? But, then…

      1. Joy

        Yeah, the 10er gang just keeps multiplying. I’m glad I have a couple of boys. Makes it fun to pose. That Maypole shot almost didn’t happen. I pose without stands, and we had several domino catastrophes. Would have been funny seeing them all in a fallen pile, but I was so frustrated I didn’t think to take a pic 🙂

      2. Cindy Rice Post author

        I’d be frustrated too, but it’s funny now; luckily they stand pretty easily. You are one determined lady though! That’s a lot of dolls to pose again and again.

      1. Donna

        I will be at church camp all week so I hope I get a chance to get some. Thanks I am still using your sweater pattern you gave us it is great but I didn’t embroider on it. Love your work

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