2. Thelma’s little Cardi’s and Steve’s little Teddy

First up on this second listing of Thelma’s cardi’s and Steve’s Little King Steiff Bear is Annaliese a Trendon 1970 re-rooted by Jackie Rhydstrom wearing amainly green and yellow cardi with a hint of rusty-brown over a pretty little print dress outfit by vintage-sasha.

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1960s Gotz ponytailed yellow eyed with lashes girl in a similar but paler brown and beige floral vintage-sasha dress with Pinestreetstudio socks and commercially made shoes. I think that this is perhaps my favourite of Thelma’s little cardi’s in grey, beige and white 4ply sock wool.

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My Frido/Trendon 1969-70 wide faced Gingham doll’s cardigan is darker with it’s two tones of blue and brown with a touch of pink here and there which suits this brushed cotton checked smocked dress/outfit by Ruthsdolls.

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Millions of thanks to Sarah for her wonderful listings.

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5 thoughts on “2. Thelma’s little Cardi’s and Steve’s little Teddy

  1. A very nice continuation of *more* T-Molly cropped cardis… in your second listing here… what a truly lovely selection you have… really yummy colors!Golly geez, I would be hard pressed to name my favorite… as I like them all… and each one suits that particular doll that wears it.I love this trio… again, such beautiful faces to look upon this morning…!And, precious Little King… can't get enough of that little guy… he's Steiffer-rific! Hmm, looks like he's getting a lot of love… and I imagine he will get toted just about everywhere.Bravo… such well dressed little girls!Delightful photos… thank you.And, thank you Sarah W. too… :)Hugs, -Anne

  2. More gorgeous cardis and dresses, I do love the whole combination of what your Gotz ponytailed girl is wearing, her cute socks finish the outfit off beautifully. Cathy x

  3. Lovely photos! My favorite is your wide face girl's cardi and fabulous smocked dress. Her barrette is perfect and she reminds me so of my grade school days. Wonderful 🙂

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