beautiful vintage cotton egg bunny doll with his little primitive
Easter chick. I've not done one of these wonderful dolls in
years, but Easter would not be Easter and Spring would not be
Spring without them. She is made from the old time vintage
cotton quilt batting. It's the batting they used years
ago. My grandmother would tear her old tattered quilts apart
and use the cotton batting for holiday decorating on her
dolls. I just love this old old look. It's as close to
the real thing as you can get. This is an awesome
piece. It's so very very primitive and so very very
vintage. I have grunged up the vintage batting with piece of
tiny dried sticks and leaves and specks of grass. I've added
some crusting to one of the ears.
item is sold, but if you would like to order one like it, just
email me. There is a slight waiting list for custom doll
fat and plump. One old button is sewn on and crusty for her
eye. The other eye is floss stitched. She has old
grungy whiskers pinned on. They are made of twine and are
stiff. Her little nose is slightly pinch stitched and her
little mouth is flossed on. This doll is 2/3 rag stuffed.
little Easter chick is extremely primitive, rag stuffed, has beads
for eyes, crusting here and there, and has old dirty gauze with
drieds around it's neck. The base of the vintage egg bunny
is dark old and crusty. It has dirty, faded light blue gauze
tied around it.
is a side view of it.
has the sweetest face. You will love her forever. She
also has an old gauze bow at the top of her head that is attached
by an antique vintage hat pin. She is approximately 18"
tall. Vintage cotton quilt batting is a delicate
material. It is not the quilt batting you can get
today. This doll is put together wonderfully and she is
sturdy, but it is a delicate doll and needs to be handled with
care. You should to wrap her in bubble wrap and place her in
her own box when storing.
design is Copyright Victoria Lynn,