#W032 - Feature item for April 1998
Emmie the Bee
PattyePoo's Bee Doll
PattyePoo's Bee was designed as part of a Primitive Pals "doll swap". The doll's body is about 8" tall. Construction is painted muslin with buttons and raffe and black wire details. The tiny wings were cut from an old quilt. From the back the fat body turns up into a nice, pointie "stinger".
The inspiration for PattyePoo's Bee was a Halloween costume she made for her daughter Emily in 1986. When the Primitive Pals swap assignment came in to make a doll inspired by a bee, the old photo of Emily immediately came to mind. We'll post that photo at the bottom of this page and you can decide if the doll does justice to the model.
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