Home Life Style I knitted a life-size doll that looks like Jason Momoa because I missed my boyfriend so much; I sold it for $300 and now more women want theirs.

I knitted a life-size doll that looks like Jason Momoa because I missed my boyfriend so much; I sold it for $300 and now more women want theirs.

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Gail Lyn Bragery, 52, of Springfield, Ohio, said she knitted a doll resembling 'Jason Momoa' because she missed her boyfriend (both pictured)

A woman who knitted a replica doll of her boyfriend because she missed him when he was away has struck a goldmine after selling it for hundreds of dollars.

Gail Lyn Bragery, 52, of Springfield, Ohio, said she knitted a double of her boyfriend, including his private parts, to keep him company when he didn’t stay over at her house.

Having taken a “freestyle” approach to the design, she said the end result looked like Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa, leaving people swooning over the doll, including one woman in particular who offered to pay a whopping $300 for it.

Surprised by the offer, Gail created a Facebook page called ‘Gail Lyn’s Perfect Boyfriends’ where she now posts raunchy images of long-haired muscle dolls in model-like poses.

“I don’t live with my boyfriend, so I jokingly told him that I would make him a replica of him to cuddle with on nights when he’s not with me,” she explained.

Gail Lyn Bragery, 52, of Springfield, Ohio, said she knitted a doll resembling ‘Jason Momoa’ because she missed her boyfriend (both pictured).

Gail added that she’s trying to keep “a theme” of Jason Momoa resemblance for the dolls.

“I don’t follow one technique in all of them,” he revealed. ‘The one I’m currently working on has a bigger nose than the last one, so they all look unique because I can’t follow a pattern.

“My friends and co-workers thought it was really funny and when I finally finished it, they thought it was wonderful.”

What Gail says she likes most about their creations is that they “don’t talk back” and “do what they’re told,” making them the “perfect boyfriends.”

The budding entrepreneur has been making the dolls from home and uses a freestyle approach to crocheting the figures.

She has created two dolls so far, but was surprised by the great interest in her products.

Having sold the first one to a local person for $300, he now plans to put the next one on eBay after seeing several offers reaching $500.

“I call them perfect because they’re just there to make you happy and that’s it,” Gail said.

The doll was an instant hit and Gail ended up selling it for a whopping $300.

The doll was an instant hit and Gail ended up selling it for a whopping $300.

The mother knitted a replica of her boyfriend, including his private parts, who she claims looks like Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa.

The mother knitted a replica of her boyfriend, including his private parts, who she claims looks like Game of Thrones star Jason Momoa.

Gail was inspired to create the figure because she missed her boyfriend (pictured right) every time she slept away from home.

Gail was inspired to create the figure because she missed her boyfriend (pictured right) every time she slept away from home.

Gail has created a Facebook page called 'Gail Lyn's Perfect Boyfriends' where she advertises the dolls.

Gail has created a Facebook page called ‘Gail Lyn’s Perfect Boyfriends’ where she advertises the dolls.

He also posts obscene images of muscular, long-haired figures in model-like poses.

He also posts obscene images of muscular, long-haired figures in model-like poses.

‘They don’t respond, they do what they are told, they are relatively inexpensive since once you buy them they don’t need anything else.

“I never cuddled up with any of them, but when I posted the first one it went viral very quickly and I thought if this many people want this, I guess I can start making them.”

The dolls take three weeks to make and use a 15mm needle, six cotton bags and six flesh-toned threads.

Here, the knitted doll appears to be lying casually on the grass.

Here, the knitted doll appears to be lying casually on the grass.

Gail says she loves her creations because

Gail says she loves their creations because they “don’t talk back” and “do what they’re told,” which to Gail makes them the “perfect boyfriends.”

The dolls take three weeks to make and use a 15mm needle, six cotton bags and six flesh-toned threads.

The dolls take three weeks to make and use a 15mm needle, six cotton bags and six flesh-toned threads.

He intends to make one a month and continue selling them internationally on eBay.

Her daughter Starla Bargery, 32, helped her promote the product on social media.

They’ve talked about giving them “cute” names like Bruce and Brad and making dolls of different ethnicities and heights.

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