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« on: June 12, 2007 01:56:09 PM »

I found a doll at my mom's that I had when I was little, so it is about 23 years old.  It is in sorry shape and I would like to make it new again.  I could make it a new body, but I don't know how I would attach the arms and legs again.  Instead of being attached with zip-ties, the body is sewn directly into the plastic.  It is hard plastic instead of soft vinyl.  Does anyone have any ideas of how I could attach it all together before I rip it apart?  Thanks!
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