She used to be a bathrobe, then a draft stopper. Yellow, black and white terry loops find their place on her randomly. A black streak runs down the centre of her face. The thick chunky cotton unravels as I stitched, loops and fringes tangled. Appearances are nothing but. Lilibeth’s mind is clear as day.
Lilibeth is 14cm or 5-1/2” ear to toe, 11cm or 4-3/4” sitting and 8cm or 3-1/4” arm to arm.
She is made of many different crowdsourced materials, from different owners and of various stages of wear.
Her head and body are made using a cotton terry robe. Both the intact loops and the unraveling fibres are used on her, therefore she appears a little frazzled.
she will continue to fray with time, as we all inevitably do, revealing a new side of her to those who love her.
He is not a child’s toy. He might be strong, but with enough force his limbs and eyes may come off. He is also a chocking and fire hazard.
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