Normally I’d be tearing apart a goofy craft scene like this, but not today kids!
I’m actually going to give the shoot director some credit here because this is, hands down, the most thought-out crocheted doll clothes scene I’ve ever seen; and believe you me, I’ve seen my fair share of questionable crocheted doll clothes scenes.
One could argue that there are no dolls of color in the mix, but I’ll save that debate for another day. They DO have the blind fold, the piñata stick AND the colorful piñata burro!
For having fun with the setting and following through with little details, this magazine cover gets a YOU TRIED participation ribbon from Sad Patterns!
Wow, I’ve never seen a rabbit with a camel toe before.
Not sure why a child’s doll needs a name like “Lover Boy,” but who am I to question the wisdom of the Simplicity pattern company.
“Happy birthday! I crocheted you a floating crayon wizard, the head of a decapitated clown, two leprechauns being held at gun point against a bowl, some Christmas things, the ugliest basket in the world and some flowers in a vase. ENJOY!!”
I have some questions for you, pattern book:
Is the cigar for the creepy-faced bunny? If so, why?
What the Hell is the laughing baby holding? Is that a hot dog in a tampon?
Who killed the clowns, and where are their bodies?
Are those cars or space ships?
I eagerly await your answers.
With all the MAGIC this pattern is throwing out there, you’d think there would be dazzling spell to remove those floppy tumors from his chest.
Oh wait; those are his arms.
Barbie has been a doctor, an astronaut, an equestrian,
a scientist and a race car driver, just to name a few occupations.
Never thought I would have to add
“high-dollar Vegas call-girl” to that list,
but here we are.