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  • African American Heritage Dolls - African American dolls by JoAnn Bernard depicting life in the 1800's, inspired by sketches of that era.
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  • Apple Dolls - How to make an apple head doll, carving the head, sewing clothes, making a body and finishing the apple doll.
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  • Arensbak Trolls - Handmade troll and gnome dolls, including information about trolls, family history, FAQs and a list of shops where the dolls can be purchased.
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  • Bob Cunningham's Little People - Fantasy, one-of-a-kind art-doll sculptures by Canadian doll artist Bob Cunningham.
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  • Boy Dolls - Gallery of handmade cloth dolls by a Japanese doll artist, Runo, some depicting anime characters. Includes free patterns, guest doll gallery and message boards for support.
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  • Chris Miller Dolls - Featuring porcelain dolls and clothing outfits by Chris Miller.
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  • Cloth Doll Connection - Offers classes and a shopping directory for cloth doll makers with links to designers, free patterns, supplies, classes, doll events and doll clubs.
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  • Contemporary Doll Collector Magazine - Offers subscription to magazine featuring doll artists, how to collect, where to buy, restoring dolls and display ideas.
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  • De Poppenstee - Original dolls created by Bets van Boxel.
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  • Dollhouse Noah's Gallery - Japanese artistic dolls, ball jointed. They are lovely little girls in Kimonos. Site in English, takes time to load initially.
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  • Dolls & Stuffed Animals by Natasha Fadeeva - A photo gallery of cloth dolls, mice, cats, bears, bunnies and other stuffed toys, plus photographs and watercolors created by Natasha Fadeeva.
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  • Flickr: Art Dolls - Image gallery and forum for people who create art dolls and like to share their inspiration with other art doll artists.
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  • Hawk Mountain Armory - Featuring Native American and Cabbage Patch doll clothing and accessories.
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  • Jamie Englert Originals - Features Jamie Englert's artist dolls, magazines and articles she's been featured in. Also, composition doll bodies for the crafter and competitor, class times and locations.
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  • Katjushchik's Gallery - Gallery of hand carved wooden dolls. Includes links and information on the collection.
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  • Marlaine Verhelst - Gallery of fantasy dolls and exhibition calendar.
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  • Nicol Sayre - Featuring Nicol Sayre 18th Century style handmade folkdolls, candy containers and pincushions. Includes list of retailers who carry her work.
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  • ODACA-Original Doll Artist Council of America - ODACA is an organization of doll sculptors creating original dolls. Artist membership is awarded based solely on the quality of the history of the artists' original doll work.
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  • The Shuppy Shoppe - Art of Dolls - Porcelain dolls created by Sue Shuppy. Includes artist biography and gallery.
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  • Soft Dolls & Animals! Magazine - Offering subscription to bimonthly magazine, how-to projects for all levels of skill, techniques, artist profiles and patterns.
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  • Strange Dolls - Strange and disturbing dolls' gallery of hans bellmer.
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  • Susan's Nest - Porcelain designer dolls in small series, Porcelain portrait dolls made from photos, some dressed sculptures and mixed media figures.
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  • Ugly Art - Surreal,Gothic and Satanic Dolls and art work.
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  • Uwe Sorenson Puppets - One-of-a-kind marionette puppets sculpted by German artist or historical and general characters.
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  • Victorian Fashions - Offers conservation supplies and other items helpful to the antique replica doll maker, plus antique fabrics and trims, buttons, laces and antique wig making supplies.
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