HANDMADE DOLL CLOTHES by SHERI
RETIRED, SO GETTING RID OF IT ALL!!
SELLING EVERYTHING IN MY COLLECTION.
OPEN HOUSE FRIDAY MARCH 4 & SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 2022.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR.
This is a chance to build up your current sewing hobby or the best opportunity you'll ever have to begin your own business. I have been sewing 18" doll clothes for over 10 years. I retired 2 years ago just before covid interrupted our lives. I'm on oxygen 24/7 and unable to continue the business I've developed to be one of the best sources for handmade doll clothes in our area. Besides doing 10-15 craft fairs each year for 9 years, I've had a booth for 11 years at The American Classics Marketplace, an antique store in the Springs. I made $10k to $20k every year just by making these doll clothes.
Date of the sale will be both Friday and Saturday, the 4th and 5th of March, 2022. I'll be adding pictures as they become available and advertising often until that date. Looking forward to seeing comrades in the craft.
I'm selling EVERYTHING, including a sewing machine and a few sergers. It will be an inside open house and garage. Don't miss this excellent opportunity. I'll list here some of what will be up for sale.
A lot of dresses from my booth (50% off) and shoes and boots. Masks for children and adults for $2 and some beads, Oly-fun for filter, bendable nose bridges, and tons of the tiny round elastic.
Tons of fabric, (caricature, prints, Disney, flannel, fancy fabric). I have a few dolls to sell too: Kit, and two Truly Me dolls, Bitty Twins in blonde and Willa, the Wellie Wishers. I have a box of fabric that's already cut out for dresses for the dolls and tons and tons of patterns (some are my design, some from American Girl, and others I've gotten online).
Pins, plastic clips, fabric markers, little tools, needles, scissors, spray glue, fabric glue, glue gun, glue sticks, price tags, white out, seam rippers, printable labels, decals, a roll of thin plastic, oh so very much lace and trim, elastic, buttons galore, fancy ones, all kinds, beads, envelopes for mailing items, plastic headbands, over 50 cone threads in various colors, another 100 regular spools of thread, dozens of bobbins.
Free info on wholesale vendors I've used and how to get started with sales permit and accepting cards for payment. All good info.
Now, for your craft fairs: tables, all sizes, 3 pink stretchy table covers, and a set of two covers to match in a plaid print (one is 2 plus yards and the other is 3 plus yards), 4' cube made with PVC pipe for hanging clothes, tons of doll hangars, 10' canopy with all 4 sides to attach and zip up, one has pockets for storage, 3 metal racks adjustable height and 4' wide, eight 4" iron grids (2''x4', 2'x5', 2'x6'), 8 canopy weights, plastic for flooring, tons of plastic storage containers, doll stands, small 12" square grids, pegs for grids, bungy cords, tissue paper, plastic bags, cash box, suit cases for carrying product.
Besides the sewing and doll things, I have added a lot of household items, like dinnerware sets, silverware, gold plated set in its original box as well, crystal wine glasses and many other collectibles.
USE NAVIGATION MENU AT THE TOP OF PAGE TO SEE PICTURES OF WHAT I'VE COLLECTED SO FAR.