In Europe, dolls made of
cloth and rags were popular among children during the Middle Ages. These dolls
were often made by mothers or grandmothers for their children and were often
simple in design, with little or no facial features.
During the 18th and 19th
centuries, cloth and rag dolls became more popular and began to be
mass-produced. Many of these dolls were made by hand and were sold in markets
and shops. They were often made from scraps of fabric and were often dressed in
clothing that was similar to what people wore at the time.
In the 20th century, the
production of cloth and rag dolls became more industrialized. Dolls were made
using machines and were often made from a variety of materials, including
cotton, wool, and synthetic fabrics. These dolls were often sold in toy stores
and department stores and were marketed to children as more...
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