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Jacabobs and Bunnies have long been living side by side in the wood past the end of my garden, occasionally having little Jacabunnies of their very own. Life in the tundric wastelands, better known as West Central Minnesota, is slow at times. Television reception is poor so the Bunnies and Bobs make up their own fun.

Daucus (his mother named him after orange carroty goodness) the Jacabunny loves lounging in the soft glow of a computer monitor after a long day munching and cavorting with the local wildlife down the lane.

Daucus stands 2.85 inches tall including ears. He has a cute little mini-button nose and wears his purple heart on his chest because its never been broken. A lovely sheep down the road named Clarice donated the soft peachy pink wool for his face. His body however is made of juicy bright orange wool from Evelynn the sheep, a friend of Clarice and the girls from the other side of the wood. Daucus is made by the needle felting method which means poking and poking a lump of wool with a very sharp barbed needle a bajillion times while wearing a full gauntlet until his form appears. This has made him brave in the face of adversity, armed with nerves of steel.

He enjoys philosophical conversation with the woodchuck study group, plays well with other "Bobs", Bunnies but loathes the barn kitties with a passion.

Daucus the Jacabunny

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wool, beads, button, heart, embroidery floss, felt, joy
  • Feedback: 1505 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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