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Doll Artist's Workshop offers everything a doll artist and miniaturist need, to create his own works of art. The shop stocks imported silks and cottons, trims, cotton lace, feathers, hat making supplies, silk ribbon, doll jewelry, and Rhinestones. A wide selection of handcrafted dolls are also available. In addition, Doll Artist's Workshop carries supplies for those interested in doll millinery, redressing Gene and Barbie, doll costuming, egg art, heirloom sewing, Victorian ribbon work, ribbon embroidery, and wearable art.

Location: 761 Quarter Circle, Gardnerville Nevada 89410 Telephone 775-265-6222 Fax 775-265-5399

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