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Category: Doll Artists and Designers

One of Moulton’s latest works, Briar is an 11-inch BJD bunny and one of Moulton’s latest works. His patchwork overalls were made by Moulton.
Moulton’s Phoebe dolls are resin BJDs.
Pat Moulton Top group cowgirls
Pat Moulton Top cowgirl Carly
Pat Moulton Top cowgirl Austin
Pat Moulton Top cowgirl cheyenne 2
Pat Moulton Top cowgirl Cheyenne
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About Pat Moulton Originals

www.patmoultonsbabycollection.com
Pat Moulton Originals
1196 Jo Lane
Gardnerville, NV 89410-7956
(775) 392-4014
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Allow me to introduce myself, my name is Pat Moulton and I have been creating dolls for over 40 years. I have been fortunate enough to win Dolls Awards of Excellence as well as invent reborn kits and sculpting tools. My goal is to sculpt dolls others will love and cherish for many years. Each doll I create comes from a passion to sculpt a doll that captivates the heart. My sculptures span a variety of doll types. From babies, to children, and ball jointed dolls. Occasionally I am inspired to create something completely different and at this time I have created fabric pets to add to my lineup. I love what I do and hope you can see that reflected in my work.

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