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May 12, 2009

T Dolls

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We have legions of dolls waiting to be dressed and fixed up by little hands at this weekend's Children Festival.

I asked Cody why we sometimes call them Comanche dolls. "Because a Comanche lady taught me how to make them." she explained. The bodies of the dolls are made from tea-dyed muslin, just like in the old days. Kids will get to pick out their colors and dress them up.

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