LW206 - "Prim Me A Bunny, Mitzy!", 20" Primitive Bunny Doll E-Pattern - Primitive Series
"Peter Prim Tail!" and his sister, "Prim Me A Bunny, Mitzy!" are on their way to read to the "bunny kids" at the "Great Bunny Library."
They love to be involved in their bunny community and volunteered to read to the younger bunnies at the "Great Bunny Library!" Maybe we should say, that "Prim Me A Bunny, Mitzy!" thought it would be a wonderful idea for her and her brother, "Peter Prim Tail!" to read to all the younger bunnies.
Peter, on the other hand, would rather be out teaching the younger bunny boys any variety of sports. Hopping, jumping, skipping, relay races, leap frogging, hurdle jumping - that's his thing. Reading is really Mitzy's thing.
But, Mitzy asked him ever so sweetly, so how could he say "no!" He couldn't, so they're off to the "Great Bunny Library" to read to the kids.
They're only problem is what should they read?
"Prim Me A Bunny, Mitzy!" is a 20" primitive cloth bunny with an embroidered face with two button eyes. Her nose is zig-zag embroidered with black floss and her mouth is outlined with a back stitch in black floss. Her eyebrows and eyelashes are straight stitched with black floss, her cheeks are blushed, and she has freckles and whiskers. Her ears are wired and bendable and she has cloth flower print inner ears.
She is wearing her favorite primitive outfit. Her bloomers are fringed and gathered at the waist and are stitched with the seams on the outside with the edges being pinked. Her dress is fringed and gathered at the waist and neck edge. The collar of her dress is a crochet doily and there is a ribbon bow on the top of her head.
A fringed apron is wrapped around her waist and tied in a knot in the back. A floral ribbon decorates the center of the apron's waistband. She is wearing her favorite scrunched socks.
"Peter Prim Tail!" has decided that he wants to read the bunny kids some of his favorite comic books. His sister, Mitzy, doesn't consider comic books real books, but Peter feels that to get the "bunny boys", in particular, interested in reading that he should read them something to hold their interest.
And, "Peter Rabbit" and "Alice In Wonderland" are just not going to hold their attention. At least, he doesn't think so.
Mitsy is not so sure. She loves and classics and thinks the "bunny kids" will too. Even the boys.
But, Peter is her brother and is being so nice about reading to the "bunny kids" she doesn't want to upset that. So, she'll let Peter win this battle. At least for this week's story hour.
My name is Linda Walsh and I'm a doll maker & doll pattern designer who lives with 1,796 dolls of my own creation. The "dollies" think they are human so it is never boring in our house.