February 16, 2021

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How To Make A Bean Bag Chair For Dolls of All Sizes

 

Are you looking for something new for your doll room décor? One of the coolest trends from the 80s to modern day is a bean bag chair. They are easy to make and are actually kind of unexpected in doll houses, so it’s a fun way to add a unique pop of personality to her space.

Follow along in this tutorial to learn how to make a bean bag chair for dolls of all sizes! These are super cute accessories for 18-inch dolls such as American Girl®, 11-. inch fashion dolls like Barbie®, tiny Blythe and Pullip dolls, 14-15 inch dolls such as WellieWishers™ & Ruby Red Fashion Friends, and many more! Posable dolls with more points of articulation are especially fun to poses in the finished bean bag chairs! 

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Supplies needed:

  • Something round to trace in proportion to your doll’s size, i.e. a dinner plate, dessert plate, bowl, or cup. It doesn’t have to be dishware, but it does need to be round!
  • Pen or fabric chalk
  • Ruler and/or yardstick
  • Approximately a half yard of woven or stable knit fabric (This depends on your beanbag’s size. For my American Girl doll beanbag, I used half a yard. If you want to go bigger than my measurements you’ll need more; if you go smaller like for Barbie you’ll need less.)
  • Matching thread, hand sewing needle, and sewing machine
  • Stuffing materials: beans or rice for smaller bean bags, packing peanuts and/or plastic grocery bags for larger ones

 

Please read this tutorial all the way through before starting. I think it will really benefit you to have a start-to-finish understanding of the process before beginning!

Step 1:  Choose your circle size for tracing your top and bottom pattern piece. For my American Girl Doll beanbag I used an 11 ¼ inch diameter dinner plate. For my Barbie beanbag I used a bowl with a 6 inch diameter. Hopefully from those two examples you can determine about what size circle you need. You might need a 9 or 10 inch circle for Ruby Red Fashion Friends and 7-8 inch circle for a Blythe doll.

Step 2:  Determine the height of your beanbag. For my American Girl Doll beanbag I chose to make it 6 inches tall. My Barbie beanbag is 3 ½ inches tall. This measurement is up to you but it usually works out to be a little bit bigger than half the diameter of your circle. We are going to be cutting a long rectangle of fabric that is this wide PLUS an inch, providing for two half inch seam allowances on either side.  (It will make more sense as we go along, but what you are essentially making is a cylinder shape with your circles and long rectangle piece.)

Step 3:  Make sure you have enough fabric. Before I began I scooted my dinner plate all the way over to a far corner of my fabric, which is folded double so there are two layers, so I could make sure I had enough room for my long rectangle of fabric. My 6 inch height plus 1 inch (for two half inch seam allowances) comes to 7 inches. With my plate moved over I did have enough room. Again, if you are making a larger beanbag I would measure this first as you may need more fabric.

Step 4:  Trace your circle onto your fabric, and cut out. For this I needed to flip my wild fabric to the wrong side so I could see my marks better! Using a pen or fabric chalk, trace your circle onto your fabric. Then cut out your circle. The fabric should still be double layer, so you will have two circles.

Step 5:  With your remaining fabric, pen, and yardstick or ruler, you are now going to be marking and cutting out your long rectangle. Measure over from the straight cut edge of the leftover fabric the measurement of your chosen beanbag height plus 1 inch – for me that was 7 inches. Mark a straight line that is this far away from the cut edge, going from the selvedge to the fold. You can see when this is cut out you will have a long rectangle.

*A note about your rectangle length, and a little math: If your circle is as big as mine, and you have a fresh cut of a half yard of fabric and are not using scraps, cutting your rectangle in this way should leave you with plenty of length to make your cylinder. If you are making a smaller beanbag maybe with scrap fabric, or maybe an even bigger beanbag, let me give you a simple way to calculate whether or not you have a long enough rectangle for the circumference of your circle. 

Take your circle and measure the diameter. Again, for me, this was 11 ¼ inches. Now subtract 1 inch from this measurement (for our half inch seam allowance taken from either end of the diameter). Now I have  10 1/4 inches (or 10.25)  as my measurement. This will give you an approximate finished diameter measurement. Now we are going to use some easy algebra. The formula for circumference is π times diameter. So that is 3.14 times your finished diameter measurement. So I multiplied 3.14 times 10.25 and I got 32.185. As a part of this process I always give myself a couple extra inches, so as long as I have about 34 – 35 inches of length for my rectangle, I am all set! Plug in your numbers to calculate how long your rectangle needs to be. 

 

Step 6:  Let’s get on to sewing this thing! Take your long rectangle piece and make snips all along both long edges. Remember your seam allowance is 1/2 inch, so make these snips only ¼ inch or so. Place one about every inch apart, closer if you are making a smaller bean bag. You are doing this so that you will be able to spread the straight edge out into a curve as you pin it to your curved circle pieces.

 

Step 7:  Now we are going to pin this straight edge to one of your circle pieces. Start pinning about 1-2 inches into the straight edge of the rectangle piece; do not start right at the beginning. Leave the beginning 1-2 inches loose. Continue pinning around the circle, using your slits to spread out the straight edge to meet the curved edge of the circle piece.

Continue pinning all the way around until you are about 1 inch away from your first pin and stop, leaving a gap between the two pins and then leaving the two ends of your fabric free.

 

Step 8:  Now you are going to sew around the curve with a half inch seam allowance. Start at your first pin and continue all the way around, bringing the two flaps of fabric together to meet, and stopping your seam right before hitting the spot where you began your seam. The two flaps of fabric should be touching, as in the photo below, but not overlapping. 

 

Step 9:  Now we are going to partially close the seam in the rectangle, making it into a loop. Lay your work flat and fold your long rectangle piece over itself, lining up the long top and bottom edges. The circle piece you have sewn in will not be able to lay flat at this point, but that’s ok. You are going to sew a short, 1-2 inch seam, perpendicular to the start/stop point of your previous stitching.

Following an imaginary straight line down to the opposite edge, sew another 1-2 inch seam all the way to the bottom edge, thereby leaving an opening. What you have just done is closed the rectangle piece into a circle the right size, but you have also left an opening through which you will stuff the beanbag later.

 

Leaving about ¾ of an inch in fabric beyond your seams, trim off the excess fabric. You can now open up your bag a little and see the cylinder shape starting to form!

 

Step 10:  Now take your other circle piece and pin and sew it to the other side of the long rectangle piece, remembering to spread apart your slits as you go. If it ends up being too big or too small, go back and adjust how your slits are spread until it fits better. Stitch all the way around, using a ½ inch seam allowance. You do not need to leave any gaps this time. Once you have done that, you can turn your beanbag right side out!

 

Step 11:  Now we get to stuff the beanbag! I often keep the packing peanuts from my doll orders, and maybe you do, too! For our larger beanbag sizes, you can use these packing peanuts and/or plastic grocery bags. I like to use a combo of both. For the Barbie size beanbag, it’s small enough that I used beans or rice in them. I think filling our American Girl sized bags with beans or rice would be expensive and heavy!!!

You can use your hands to fill it or, if your hand is too big to fit in the opening we made, I like to make a funnel out of a piece of paper! 

As you fill it, remember you do not want it filled all the way. Periodically check how it feels by pushing your hand into it, or go get your doll and try out having her sit in it! Keep going until you feel like your doll has enough support but can still make a nice little nest in the beanbag.

 

Step 12:  Time to sew up the opening! If you take your filled beanbag and hold it at either end of the opening and tug just a little, the seam should fold in nicely on itself and give you a nice line to follow to do your hand stitching. I prefer to do a ladder stitch, but you can also do a whipstitch. I recommend looking up videos on how to do these via YouTube if you do not know already, as my still photos do not help much! 

 

Once that is done, you now have your finished beanbag chair for your doll!

 

 

You can experiment with different sizes and heights and fillings and see what you like best. After following this tutorial, you'll know how to make a bean bag chair for dolls of all sizes!

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100 Comments

Tiffiny
Tiffiny

July 17, 2021

I have a Kit doll (that I used to hate because she looked like a girl that always made fun of me) but I bought a gorgeous multi hued red long hair wig for her and now I really like the doll that my grandparents bought for me.
I would use a light mint fabric with a crochet doily outer layer b

Sandra Henderson
Sandra Henderson

February 22, 2021

In replicating my new niece’s (age 4) home for her Barbie’s house I’m building, I will use a brown faux suede to make two beanbags. Thank you so very much for the pattern.

Moana
Moana

February 22, 2021

Thank you for this tutorial. Thank you for making it FREE. This will be the perfect gift for her! I’m making some for my sister’s beach house so our dolls have a comfy place to sit while they have their luau.

Sam
Sam

February 22, 2021

This would be cute for my 14" doll and I would probably do a floral fabric

Jaratzed
Jaratzed

February 21, 2021

For my AG. Could be unicorn or space/galaxy pattern

Jaratzed
Jaratzed

February 21, 2021

For my AG. Could be unicorn or space/galaxy pattern.

Chris
Chris

February 21, 2021

I’ll be making this bean bag chair out of lime green vinyl. So groovy!

Joanne Spence
Joanne Spence

February 21, 2021

I think these are the easiest instructions I have found for making a bean bag chair! I can hardly wait to make some 💕

Kathy Wise
Kathy Wise

February 21, 2021

I will make one for my granddaughters’ American Girl Doll, one for their Wellie Wisher and one or two for the Barbies. I have lots of fabric in my stash just waiting for a project like this.

Barb
Barb

February 21, 2021

I am going to make the bean bag chair for an American Girl and a Bitty Baby, I will use flowery material or something that sparkles. Thank you for all you do for us.

Nicole LeB
Nicole LeB

February 20, 2021

Hi I already posted (one for an 18” and one for a Barbie in the print my daughter chooses she thinks a pink flowery print). I also wanted to thank you for the opportunity to win your gift card that is so nice of you. I’am really enjoying all your tips and pointers on this site thank you for all your help 😊

Nicole LeB
Nicole LeB

February 20, 2021

I’m hoping to make one for my little girls 18” doll and one for her Barbie. I will let her choose the colour but probably a flowery print with a lot of pinks is what she thinks she will like

Sandy
Sandy

February 20, 2021

Just too cute! What a clever idea plus fun to make.

Beth
Beth

February 20, 2021

So CUTE! My great niece has an 18 inch doll, and would like to make one in red, as I think that
is her fave color. I’d use duck canvas or some other fabric that is a bit shiny. My daughter had a chair that was red – good memories.

Lee
Lee

February 20, 2021

This is great! Definitely making several in the 18 inch scale. My granddaughters are way past the doll stage, but I have several friends whose dolls I still sew for, and they will love something like this. I think I’ll use some stretch denim and Pleather for sure, and then see what other suspects I can round up.

Fran R.
Fran R.

February 19, 2021

I would make two. One for my AG doll and another for my Wellie Wisher Camille. I once had a chair that was made with a wide wale corduroy. I was so soft on my skin and so comfy. I would make the miniature ones in soft corduroys. Maybe one in solid and the other a tiny print.

Fran R.
Fran R.

February 19, 2021

I would make two. One for my AG doll and another for my Wellie Wisher Camille. I once had a chair that was made with a wide wale corduroy. I was so soft on my skin and so comfy. I would make the miniature ones in soft corduroys. Maybe one in solid and the other a tiny print.

Michelle Kirby
Michelle Kirby

February 19, 2021

My first post accidentally posted before I was finished. I would make a beanbag for my granddaughter, Talulah’s American Girl doll. Her name is Courtney and she is growing up in the 80’s, so I would pick a fun purple paisley print!

Michelle Kirby
Michelle Kirby

February 19, 2021

I would make a bean bag for my granddaughter Talula’s American Girl doll cour

katrina
katrina

February 19, 2021

I would make this for my son’s teddy bear out of a navy blue fabric with stars.

Constance Sroka
Constance Sroka

February 19, 2021

My great granddaughter has 2 18’ dolls and 1 My Life Doll. I’m not sure what fabric or color I will use. When I do, I’ll let you know. Thanks for all your tips

Connie Lancaster
Connie Lancaster

February 19, 2021

The 18 inch dolls and I love the wild print you used or some type of leather.

Shirley
Shirley

February 19, 2021

I have two granddaughters who have 18" dolls. It will be fun to make some chairs for them. I will have to look through my fabric stash to see what I will use. Colorful prints might be a good choice.

Deborah
Deborah

February 19, 2021

I’ll be making this for my granddaughter’s birthday. She has an AG doll.

Rebekah
Rebekah

February 19, 2021

I’d use a tiny woodland print to make a bean bag chair for Willa, my granddaughter’s Wellie Wisher.

CarolB
CarolB

February 19, 2021

I plan to make a couple for the 18 inch dolls and 1 for a Wellie Wisher. Thanks for the tutorial!

Carol
Carol

February 19, 2021

I plan to make one for 18" with an animal print and one for Wellie in a flower print. Thanks for the tutorial.

Karen
Karen

February 19, 2021

Thanks for the easy tutorial. I will be making some for my granddaughter.

Fujoshi Bebe
Fujoshi Bebe

February 19, 2021

Thank you for the tutorial. I will make them for my AG doll and my little sister’s Wellie Wisher doll. I think I will pick a white and pink faux fur fabric to make them.

sheila
sheila

February 19, 2021

I will make this chair for AG and Wellie Wisher dolls. thx for the pattern…looks like fun!

Betty
Betty

February 19, 2021

Oh what a cute idea!!!!! I’ll be making a few beanbags for my granddaughters 18” AG dolls!! I’ll pick their favorite colors!!!!
Thank you!!!!

Gail
Gail

February 19, 2021

The beanbag tutorial is great. I would use leftover fabric from the doll quilts I made for my daughter’s 18-inch dolls.

Sharon
Sharon

February 19, 2021

I used the old bean bag tutorial that used to be on this site and made 2 bean bag chairs: one for my daughter and one for my niece. We happened to have had a bean bag chair that was being thrown away, so I reused the stuffing from it. A messy day in the garage that day. The tutorial had you create an ellipse as a pattern piece.

Inez Isabella
Inez Isabella

February 19, 2021

Great idea! Thank you :-)

Diana
Diana

February 19, 2021

think I will make one in all three sizes, one for each size doll I have. I like nightmare before Christmas and I have some fabric that I think would look cute.

Annette Boos
Annette Boos

February 19, 2021

I will be making several of these bean bags…some for me and some for my little neighbor girl that I watch after school! I’ll make them for both the 18” and Wellie size dolls too! As far as the fabric…I have plenty to choose from in my stash, so the possibilities are endless!! 😁

Terry
Terry

February 19, 2021

I would make it for an 18" doll in a wild print that I love but that would be too loud for clothing.

Mary
Mary

February 19, 2021

I will make this cute chair for my AG doll Julie, in a psychedelic pattern .

Debbie
Debbie

February 19, 2021

I will be making a bunch for my grandaughters’ journey dolls, and more for my collection of barbie and 1960 vintage dolls thanks so much!

Laura Davis
Laura Davis

February 19, 2021

I will be making these beanbags for my AG’s, Journey Girls, and my Tolly Tot Jullian doll. I will also make my nieces a few for their barbies and monster high dolls. I have tons of scrap fabrics that will be used and I will stuff them with all the fabric clippings which I have tons of as well. Nothing goes to waste in my sewing room…LOL!

Vanessa
Vanessa

February 19, 2021

OMG! This is so cute! Can’t wait to make it for my doll closet. The girls will love it, espeacially Emma!

Michele
Michele

February 19, 2021

I’d like to make a bean bag chair for Grace. I think it would look awesome in a modern geometric print fabric!

Rebecca
Rebecca

February 19, 2021

I’ll make a bean bag chair for Mia. It will be a cute flower print that I’ve had for years. I think this project is the perfect one for this fabric.

Anna A.
Anna A.

February 19, 2021

I will definitely make this for my daughter’s American Girl dollhouse. I have so many cute fabrics that the prints are too big for doll clothes but will work perfect for this project! I am excited to make this project this weekend!

Marj
Marj

February 19, 2021

I’d probably try making a Barbie size bag first before trying a larger one. Using whatever fabric I have at home.

Susana
Susana

February 19, 2021

Great idea! I will make it for our American girl. The poor lady has very few furniture at the moment…

Sheila Chelednik
Sheila Chelednik

February 19, 2021

I love this idea. I would make a bag for Courtney. I think I would make it in a corduroy material.

Amelia
Amelia

February 19, 2021

I would make these for my girls’ AG dolls. I would do a space print for Luciana and a Hawaiian print for Nanea.

Karla B.
Karla B.

February 19, 2021

Our granddaughters have both AG dolls and vintage 1970-80s My Friend Mandy dolls. I love the beanbag with the 70s print. Those colors would be perfect for the vintage dolls. The clothes that the AG dolls wear are more modern, so I’m not sure what fabric I’d like to make theirs out of. Hmmm, decisions, decisions. Thanks for the tutorial. Love it.

Carol
Carol

February 18, 2021

I would make it for my granddaughters Maplea and Bambolina dolls in purple

Dorothy
Dorothy

February 18, 2021

I’ll be making a few for my grand-daughters’ AG dolls! What an adorable idea! I’m sure the girls will pick something bright and busy for the chairs. I can’t wait to have them look through my fabric to pick something. This will be a project they can help to make.
Thanks again!

Carma
Carma

February 18, 2021

I’m going to start by making one for Barbie and one for Ken. Not sure what fabric yet, must look through my supply tomorrow.

Helga Schmidt
Helga Schmidt

February 18, 2021

I would like to make it for an 18 inch doll that I have had for 20 years. Maybe use a trendy fabric with mandalas all over it.

Jo
Jo

February 18, 2021

This is such a cute pattern, and it looks easy enough for a beginner sewer to make by hand. Thank you!

Theresa Pasquale
Theresa Pasquale

February 18, 2021

This pattern is so cute! I would make two of them for my two 18 inch dolls.

Ruth
Ruth

February 18, 2021

I would make it for a 14" doll, not sure which one, to add to a basket for an online auction later this spring

Char
Char

February 18, 2021

I would make it for Disney Animators in a very feminine pattern with lace trim.

DEBBIE
DEBBIE

February 18, 2021

Thanks for the pattern…oh the possibilities…

Sparkle
Sparkle

February 18, 2021

My 18" AG dolls will have to share their new bean bag chair. Very cute idea, thanks.

Sara
Sara

February 18, 2021

I will be making these for my daughters American Girl dolls and maybe a Barbie one! I have a lot of larger pieces of fabric so I’ll have to choose some fun prints for these.

Sandra
Sandra

February 18, 2021

My granddaughter’s birthday is in a week. I will add this to her other presents. She has two 18 inch dolls at our house, so I will probably make two!

Jeanne
Jeanne

February 18, 2021

I am going to make a bean bag chair for my RRFF. It is going to be coral with little seashells on it.

Kathie
Kathie

February 17, 2021

I will make this in faux suede for 18" dolls.

D
D

February 17, 2021

I will make this for an 18 inch doll. I have some scrap tan faux leather i can use for this.

Annlee
Annlee

February 17, 2021

I will be making a bean Bag Chair for a 18 in. doll in a White fur fabric

Cindy P
Cindy P

February 17, 2021

Anything colorful or pink and for the 18 inch doll

Hollea
Hollea

February 17, 2021

I will be making for my granddaughters 18 inch dolls for Easter basket gifts.

Lynda
Lynda

February 17, 2021

I have made Barbie Bean bags years ago but look forward to making some for American girl dolls now.

Mary Cox
Mary Cox

February 17, 2021

I would make these bean bag chairs for 18 inch American Girl doll and for Kendall Wellie Wisher doll. For Kendall I would use a bright print, perhaps an African print. For AG doll, a soft fleece solid in a jewel color.
Gayle
Gayle

February 17, 2021

I will make the bean bag for the 18" and the smaller dolls and for stuffing I was thinking of reusing the stuffing in a pillow that was falling apart so if the chair got dirty it could be washed. The pillow stuffing can be washed and dry without any issues.

ES
ES

February 17, 2021

I’ll probably make it for my AG doll Josefina, maybe in a crazy quilt style, out of many different calico patterns I have small pieces in my fabric stash!

Lori Thomas
Lori Thomas

February 17, 2021

I want to make one for American Girl. I saw the tutorial but I can’t seem to be able to save it until I can make it. Will it be kept on the website under free patterns?
Any ideas?

cristy Estep
cristy Estep

February 17, 2021

I am going to make a bean bag for Julie in a cute tye dye fabric! Thank you for the tutorial!

cristy Estep
cristy Estep

February 17, 2021

I am going to make a bean bag for Julie in a cute tye dye fabric! Thank you for the tutorial!

Christine
Christine

February 17, 2021

Bean Bag Chair for my granddaughter’s American Girl Doll

Ruth
Ruth

February 17, 2021

ALL of my 18" dolls really need a place to sit down and relax! They always seem to be on their feet! LOL! I have the perfect beige soft suede like fabric that is ultra thin so it will be easy to work with. I know it will be a popular chair and go with any decor!

Bobbie
Bobbie

February 17, 2021

These bean bag chairs are so clever. I would make them for my granddaughters 18" dolls. I would have to check with my daughter to find out what colors would be best, but something bright and cheerful.

Emily H.
Emily H.

February 17, 2021

I will make at least one bean bag chair for my 18" AG dolls in either a fake fur fabric or a faux suede. I think I’ll also make a Blythe-sized chair for my 3D-printed Makies in a patchwork fabric for the treehouse I’m hoping to be able to make for them some day.

Patricia
Patricia

February 17, 2021

These bean bag chairs are adorable. And for my two favorite dolls to sew for AAG and Barbie. How cool. Thank you for the tutorial.

Jean B
Jean B

February 17, 2021

I will be making for 18” doll. I think I will try using some denim and a fun print. Can’t wait to try!!!

Tara
Tara

February 17, 2021

I would make a beanbag chair for my new Truly Me, Millie. (Truly Me doll#82) And it would be light purple with teal pillows. :) Thanks for the giveaway!

C
C

February 17, 2021

Cute little project! Would be great to make for the 18" doll in a fun print.

Rhonda
Rhonda

February 17, 2021

I’d make a beanbag chair for the 18" doll, and I’d use pink and purple fabric because both of my Granddaughters love those colors.

candy
candy

February 17, 2021

Traditional 18 inch. Teal Blue

Suzi
Suzi

February 17, 2021

I would make one for my GD’s Wellie Wisher in a tweedy pink fabric that she loves.

Debbie
Debbie

February 17, 2021

Can’t wait to make a bunch of these for my daughter’s dolls. Thank you

Heidi Brown
Heidi Brown

February 17, 2021

I would make this for Nanea in a bright batik print!

Leslie Loren
Leslie Loren

February 17, 2021

I will make chairs for AG and WW dolls for both my granddaughter and myself in a bright geometric print.

Stephanie S.
Stephanie S.

February 17, 2021

I would make this for American Girl and do a pink fabric.

Jackie Koepnick
Jackie Koepnick

February 17, 2021

any thing multi colored in an 18 inch doll size thank you

MARIA L
MARIA L

February 17, 2021

Will have to do 3, for each of my granddaughter’s dolls (1 AG and 2 our generation) Have so much fabric in my stash that will see for something that can go with their room decorations, maybe fake leather will be a good choice (easier to clean)

Leanna
Leanna

February 17, 2021

I’ll make one for an American Girl Doll, from fabric that matches the bedding in her teen room!

Kari L. Bjorklund
Kari L. Bjorklund

February 17, 2021

The American girl doll, and some really fun, colorful material!

Pam
Pam

February 17, 2021

I would make 2 beanbag chairs with my granddaughter. One for her American Girl doll and another for her Welly Wisher. Thanks for the pattern. Helping her learn to sew.

Jackie
Jackie

February 17, 2021

I would make two for Generation dolls. One I would use a fabric with horses on it and the other would be made out of a fabric featuring PJ Mask characters.

Jackie
Jackie

February 17, 2021

I would make two – one each for my niece’s and granddaughter’s Generation dolls. For my niece, I would use a fabric that has horses on it and for my granddaughter’s. I would use either mickey and minnie fabric or PJ Mask fabric.

Betty
Betty

February 17, 2021

I will make 2 chairs for the American Girl Dolls for my great granddaughters and then 2 Barbie Doll chairs for each of them. I have not picked out the fabric yet but am sure will be p;ink, purple or green (favorite colors).

Cassandra Julian
Cassandra Julian

February 17, 2021

May have to make some for my daughter’s Wellie Wishers

Marichu
Marichu

February 17, 2021

This looks fun and perfect to display my granddaughter’s AG doll. We like flowery material and will be picking something from my stash to sew this up!

Susan P.
Susan P.

February 17, 2021

I would make this for a mermaid doll with a fishy print in cotton.

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