Patty Play Pall Restorations and FREE Patterns for Clothing

This Doll is a doll I received for Christmas when I was her height. My dad told the story (many times) about how the doll was standing in front of the tree and as he was putting other gifts under the tree and readying for Christmas Morning, he told the doll to 'go back to bed', thinking that I was standing there. That was in 1962.

I played with and, well?, abused this poor doll, her hair and her face. Later in life I dressed it in my youngest son's clothing and had her ride behind Sled Dogs in Parades we used to participate in in St. Louis, MO, with the Gateway Sled Dog Club. You can see these clothes have been on her for a while now <read many years>.

Patty Playpal 2019-02-27

Patty recently spent over 20 years in a Storage Shed in WI....getting very hot and very cold. One we started cleaning that Shed out, memories flooded me about this doll...and how many years she has been in my life. (somewhere is my original Chatty Cathy too, still have many boxes to go through, most of my Barbies did not make the storage torture)

It is time for Patty to have a 'Make Over' and for me to find her a nice old, 1960s Tricycle for her to sit on. We live right on The Katy Trail and bicycles and tricycle is our decor.

Please check back as we will be adding more and more photos, a video and other dolls to this page; the contents of this page for Patty Play Pall Restorations and FREE Patterns for Clothing is still under construction. Please check back often.

-- The Far Out Living Team
Wed, 27 Feb 2019 08:47:03 -0500

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