The Wollongong Doll Club Inc
The Wollongong Doll club meets
on the 2nd Saturday of the month at
The Scribbly Gum Hall
93-109 Princes Highway,
10am for craft, library.
11.30pm for general meeting.
Competition entries close at 12noon.
An Annual Fair and regular Excursions are features of the club.
Fees $25 due 1st July.
Members receive a newsletter with details of coming events and activities.
Mother's Day Display
Display at Warrigal Care
Display March 2019
Display November 2018
Armistice Day display
Thimbles, buttons and mini sewing accessories
Carol's travel treasures
Peter Rabbit & Beatrix Potter
Cloth and Rag dolls
Chinese Year of the Dog
Christmas Show and Tell November meeting
It's a Small World
Furbies, Popples & Furskins
World Doll Day
Berenguers Display February 2017
Dale & Laraine's Monster High Dolls
and Little Golden Books display
The Baby Dear doll was made by The Vogue Doll Co. The doll was made from 1960-64.
This doll has a label on back of its neck (Vogue Dolls Inc) and incised E. Wilkin 1960 on top of the left leg. It was sold wearing a rosebud pink and white nightshirt and diaper.
E. Wilkin is Eloise Wilkin, a renown and prolific Little Golden Book illustrator who in 1961 drew Baby Dear in a Golden Book of that name, the story written by her sister Esther.
Eloise Wilkin was the dolls designer.
The display features Little Golden Books illustrated by Eloise Wilkin and of course Baby Dear.
Sydney World Doll Day trip
President Nadine (in presidential robes) being presented with a beautiful Madame Alexander doll by President Kim from the Doll Collectors Club of NSW Inc
Some of the Wollongong Doll Club members with their display at the Doll Collectors Club of NSW meeting.
Girl doll with cat
Teddy going for a hike
Cotton ball holder
Competition Winners for 2018
Margaret, Dale and Laraine with their envelopes
Nurse Helen at the Doll Bear & Craft Fair
Roving Ambassador Nadine
Gumnut Babies and Japanese Kokeshi Dolls
Raggedy Ann & Andy Display
Blythe Doll Display
Original Blythe dolls from 1972. These dolls have a pull string to change the colour of the eyes.
From club member Margaret's collection.
Troll Display at the July club meeting
Anzac Display April Meeting