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Doll Designers and Makers

Work Environment

Doll designers and makers who are employed by large or small toy or doll manufacturers generally work indoors in comfortable, well-lit studios or offices. They sit at computers or desks creating designs for dolls or they may have a workshop where they create prototypes out of raw materials. Some travel to toy or doll shows and even abroad to find fabrics and other materials needed to produce a doll. Most designers employed at such companies work a normal 40-hour week, but they may need to work overtime to meet tight deadlines.

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