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Sunbonnet Sue Prairie Dolls

Typical of traditional prairie dolls, the classic American Sunbonnet Sue design from the early 1900s and our original Sunbonnet Sue dolls have no facial features. Sunbonnet Sue fabrics and quilt designs show only her sunbonnet, never her face.

Sunbonnet Sue Goes to Paris!

Sunbonnet Sue goes to Paris in the springtime.
Available Now $59.95

Sunbonnet Sue has a U.S. passport and is a world traveler. She was recently in Paris at the Eiffel Tower and loves her French smock.

Sunbonnet Sue- Back View
Dress has Velcro closure. Smock has tie closure.

Sunbonnet Sue goes to Paris.
Decor-weight 100% cotton in lime green with dark blue & aqua.

Sunbonnet Sue Dolls $59.95 Custom Order
Arlene's great-granddaughters Tessa (left) and Chloe

Sue in turquiose with green & blue floral smock.
Sue in white with rust pink floral smock. Both available now.

Sunbonnet Sue
Sue's basic outfit: bonnet, dress, pantaloons, & shoe-socks

Sunbonnet Sue goes to Paris ! Available Now
Sue's French smock has French poodles, the Eiffel Tower, & a cafe table & chair.

Anna and Sunbonnet Sue
Available now with rust & brown smock.

L.J. holding Sunbonnet Sue

Sue in white with blue & white floral smock
Available Now

Sue in white with red & white floral smock.
Available Now

Our adorable models are Arlene's great-granddaughters!
  • Sunbonnet Sue has a soft, huggable cotton body stuffed with new polyester fiberfill.
  • She's 22 inches tall with an open armspan of 20 inches.
  • She wears a cotton outfit: sunbonnet (of course!), dress, smock with pocket, pantaloons, & socks.
  • Additional smocks and complete outfits can be ordered separately.
  • Sunbonnet Sue comes in different skin colors: white, light golden tan & chocolate.
  • $59.95
  • Specify choice of bonnet/outfit color and skin color.
  • Click on photos to enlarge.

Left to right: L.J., Great Grandma Arlene, Grandma Sonia, and Anna

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If you think your burden's heavy and good fortune seems remote,
Just remember to be grateful that you have some stuff to tote.
Jack Hasling, 2006;