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Baby Hare Frett              Soft Sculpture   who learns that a sense of humour will lighten the load, well maybe   RESERVED for Katherine

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Please meet baby hare Frett.

A textile ornament of a baby hare to display fondly in your home.

Frett is a very beautiful little hare but her mama noticed early on that she furrowed her brows a lot and tended to have many small worries. Most of the babies go thru insecurity phases, and the vast majority of them quickly grow out of these phases, but small Frett seems to be still absorbed in them. First of all she used to worry a lot about mama being away from the nest. Not worried about her next meal though, unlike nearly all the other babies, nope, instead she was worried about mama’s safety, and waiting for mama to come back safely to her. And almost always envisioning a fox or hungry wolf out there meeting mama on the path home. Only when mama had her in her arms could little Frett relax. And it was rather a big burden on her tiny shoulders, all this worry. Mama spent extra time with Frett, and took her on many confidence building outings, but still there were the daily insecurities. So, as with all small worriers, there is really nothing that anyone can do, except wait it out, over the years, for them to stop worrying so much. And ofcourse telling them often that everything is fine and all will be okay. Ofcourse that may seem to go down well with Frett and the other babies like her, but don’t be fooled by appearances. Inside she is all a tizz and doesn’t believe a word you are saying, no matter how reassuring you are and how genial her small smiles are as she peers back up at you. There is probably nothing that could quell her unease, but she has been giving it some thought though, since it takes up such a large part of her day – all these thoughts that flit into her mind from dark little places. She was thinking it may be good to have a radio signal to mama at all times. That way she can talk away and ask questions and have natters and what nots as mama goes about her daily activities away from the nest. Mama said that would be a very good idea but she’s not sure what radio would have a very, very long distance signal and how it would fare in different stormy weathers and whether it would be waterproof. Well upon hearing all that Frett had the biggest furrow on her brows ever! But mama gave her a smile and said she was only joking! and that jokes are good – jokes help to lighten the load of worries. Frett let out a little sigh of relief and agreed with mama.(Though she didn’t really find it very funny at all). But she was still very keen on the radio link and would ask around if anyone knew about such a probability. She was sure there would be someone out there who knew all about radio signals and frequencies and terrain and reliability ….

Frett has been made with great care and she has safety eyes. She has been machine and hand sewn by me and will have many ‘unique’ (imperfect, handmade) bits.
However, she is not recommended for very young children and is not a toy.

Frett is looking forward to sitting safely on your shelf, surrounded by snuggly things to keep her from worrying too much. She would like the window open as well so that mama can come often to visit. She would also appreciate that radio link please, so when you find out all about it please make sure that you acquire at least 3 radios. One for her, one for mama and one for you. (You can control the frequencies and all that high tech stuff – she’s not into that side of things, thanks). She needs to be in touch with those closest to her at all times. And when you are going out for the day and come in to give her her daily kisses – you know the usual kisses you give – well, she would like you to secretly tell her how long you will be away for so she doesn’t get too worried in your absence. So if you are going out for 5 days, er, hours, then she would need another 5 kisses more, so she doesn’t fret too much. An hour feels like a day to her that’s all! Just so, so long waiting for you!! Now you will make sure and do that won’t you? Frett’s will be able to relax so much more. Well, er, only a tad bit more.

She is made from a thrifted piece of cotton from Oslo, in a huge wonderful Salvation army shop, and she has a polyfill and scrap material and along with a full stomach of dandelion leaves (only joking!).

She stands approx 16cm high and 12cm wide (approx 6.5” x 5”).

Frett is rather worried about her journey to her forever home, perhaps you can come and collect her? or send a chaperone for the trip?
She also wants you to know that baby hares are called leverets.
She comes with a small tag telling her story.

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all my creatures come from my heart
my greatest inspiration is Amelia Kinkade - the renowned animal communicator

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All copyright reserved Annette Tait.

Baby Hare Frett Soft Sculpture who learns that a sense of humour will lighten the load, well maybe RESERVED for Katherine


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  • Materials: polyfill, plastic safety eyes, thread, felt, printed cotton
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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