One night, I saw this girl I like sitting in rain and she looked hungry, so I gave her some bread. My mom got very mad at me for that but what can I say? She was cute and had puppy dog eyes.
I got picked as tribute for this year's Hunger Games and I'm scared. It's not fair that kids have to go through this. I'll try my hardest to survive but I'm willing to sacrifice myself to save another because everyone deserves a chance.
I'm glad I've got Katniss on my team, though. Sure she's kinda quiet and anti-social but I don't blame her, she's had it rough. If I had it my way, we'd do away with these games and focus on living as a functioning community instead of trying to kill eachother. Can't we all just get along?"
I made these dolls as a tribute to the Hunger Games books and movies. I'm a fan of the story and modeled these guys based a bit more towards how they are portrayed in the film. If your doll has something in it's hand, most likely it's held on by velcro and easy to remove. Just pull it off gently, to put on, push and twist. Be careful because constantly tearing off velcro to yarn will create fuzzies.
They stand between 4" and 4.5" tall and need a little help standing up straight. So unless you're a magician, you might want to have something behind them or have them propped up against a wall. I put lots of hard work, creativity and time into them. I hope you enjoy them.........................AND MAY THE ODDS BE EVER IN YOUR FAVOR!!!
Peeta contains small parts which may be a choking hazard for small children.
Made with 100% acrylic yarn, felt from recycled plastic bottles, safety eyes, polyfiber fill and made in a non-smoking environment and is vegan friendly.
My amigurumi are not toys but collectibles.