Birger Kaipiainen designed a cloth doll called Annamolla for the readers of Anna magazine in 1967. Doll fabric was cut, sewed and stuffed at home with the help of included instructions. 50 years later Kuovi brought back Annamolla and also created a group of colorful new friends for her: Armimolla, Eevamolla, Helmimolla, Maggimolla, Mariamolla, Marttamolla, Rauhamolla and Ritvamolla.
Kuovi's dolls are not common cloth dolls because they have rather sophisticated appearance. Their hairstyle, shape of face and slim limbs resemple the Byzantine female figures often featured in Birger Kaipiainen's art works. Kuovi's dolls are suitable for people of all ages.