16 inches high; the back is approximately 10.5 inches across the widest part
Perfect for an 18" or taller doll
$1.00 Perfect condition.
As many of you know, I have been picking up used, mostly vintage, cookbooks for my daughter (check out her blog), two nieces, myself, (and any other family member who show an interest). I've gathered a pretty impressive amount of them, actually managing to get a few duplicates. If they are all different, it is going to be extremely difficult to decide who gets which books.
Today, as I was going through another sack of what I thought was just cookbooks, I found a forgotten purchase. I'm sorry; the camera battery is dead. No picture of the items, but here is the price tag. lol
What was in a plastic bag full of stuff marked $3.99?
- 12 brand new bobbins that will fit Kenmore, Necchi, Brother, and ? sewing machines.
- brand new package of 5 sewing machine needles
- tube (new?) of Liquid Stitch
- Swing*line Tot stapler with staples (works!)
- piece of white chipboard. It is about the right size for a pocket pattern. lol
- brand new package of jump rings (for jewelry making)
- 2 new packages of "gold" bead caps (for jewelry making)
- fine point red felt tip Shar*pie (not dry!)
- 4 pairs of scissors: bent (like the ones used to cut bandages at the doctor's), thread snips, small pair, a pair like applique scissors only I'm not sure they are pointed or sharp enough
- 6" "hem" gauge
- tracing wheel
- pair of brand new 54" white shoe laces
- 5 new large spools of sewing thread: pale pink, 2 white, black, gray
- a hand sewing needle
- geese - well the outlines of four different size geese that are all alike. For applique???
- a yard of one side of Vel*cro
- a broken front piece of a DVD player
- 2 fabric remnants = about 5/8 yard gorgeous pale green fabric; 3/4 yard dusty rose broadcloth
- 4 small pieces of "odd" fabrics
- And the best: An Olfa 45 mm rotary cutter with blade. A new one costs about $20.00 for this older style.