In the 20th century, European doll manufacturers, began making felt dolls, following the traditional techniques and styles of felt doll making. They were often produced in large quantities using mass-production methods and were sold in stores and markets throughout Europe and beyond. The felt dolls produced by these manufacturers were often designed to appeal to children and were made in a variety of styles, including dolls that represented traditional folk characters, fairytale characters, and everyday people. The dolls were usually made from high-quality felt, which was carefully cut and sewn to create lifelike features, such as eyes, hair, and clothing. The felt dolls produced by European manufacturers in the 20th century were usually well made, and many are now highly sought after by collectors.
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