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My daughter has recently received her first American Girl Doll. When we received the Vintage 1930 American Sewing Machine from Queen’s Treasure she could not wait to get her doll to play with it. The Queen’s Treasures have amazing doll furniture, clothes, accessories and more for 18 inch dolls.
With this 1930 Vintage Sewing Machine your doll will be a seamstress in no time. Sewing table and stool are crafted in quality wood, authentically painted and sized for 18″ dolls. Table has working drawers which makes it great for storing the accessories and an elasticized treadle to simulate pumping.
The sewing machine has a vintage feel as it represents what the sewing machine looked like back in 1930. I always liked the old era and wanted my daughter to see what products were like back then. I think The Queen’s Treasures has hit the mark with this sewing machine. We have found the product to be stable and durable. The wood is solid and my daughter enjoys pretending her doll is a seamstress. The doll’s feet reach the pedal and the pedal pumps up and down to give it a realistic feel. The drawers open, but do not come out all the way and therefore cannot get lost.
At The Queen’s Treasures there is an array of items for 18″ dolls. Does your doll want to be a chef? A baker? Maybe she enjoys tea parties. Those are some options that are on The Queen’s Treasures. I love how these products bring out the creativity and imagination in our children today. If you want to check out The Queen’s Treasure connect below. Visit their website here.
The Queen’s Treasures products can be purchased online at many large retailers such as Amazon, ToysRUs, FAO, and Sears.com