The Chéries dolls are vinyl, with sleeping eyes and rooted hair. They are manufactured by Corolle since 2001. They are 13" tall and feature Corolle's trademark vanilla fragance. They were designed to look like an eight year old girl. Here are those I own in my collection:
Cécile (2009 issue) modeling her original outfit.
Cécile showing her dress.
Camille at the beach.
I made the sun glasses and the swimsuit.
Camille wearing an outfit I made for her.
Cathy is wearing a knitted outfit made following a pattern from the book "Tenue de poupées" edited by Marie Claire in collaboration with Phildar.
Capucine (2010 issue) wearing her original outfit.
Marie is the doll of the French "Marie Claire Idées" magazine. She is made by Corolle.
The magazine "Marie Claire Idées" gives each month a new pattern for the doll, Marie.
Bath time for Marie and her dollies. She is wearing a knitted outfit made following a pattern from the book "Vêtements de poupées" edited by Marie Claire.
Marie at the beach. Her outfit was made following "Marie Claire Idées" pattern, summer 2005.
Back to school! "Marie Claire Idées" pattern, autumn 2005.