Saturday, October 18, 2008

Christopher Cinnie and Christine Cinnie Love Their Soccer - NEW Handmade Cinnamon Rag-dolls and E-Patterns



"Christopher Cinnie" and his sister, Christine Cinnie, just love to have fun. They love hanging around and watching everyone. They love playing and they love to participate in everything and anything. And, they love sports - especially, soccer.

They're problem is that they have cinnamon hands and feet and, well, this makes participating in everything and anything a little difficult. Not impossible - but, difficult.




"Christopher Cinnie" likes to play in the goalkeeper position in his soccer games because he love to defend his team's goal. The problem it's a little hard to defend with cinnamon hands and feet. So, he uses his whole body and is getting pretty good at it.

"Christine Cinnie" likes to play goalkeeper, too, but she hates it when the ball hits her so she always tries to deflect it with her back or butt. Sometimes she successful. Sometimes she's not. But, she always gives it her best try.




"Christopher Cinnie" is a 12" cinnamon rag-doll from our Cinnamon Series. He has a cloth body with the seams sewn on the outside like a rag-doll. He, of course, doesn't considers himself a rag-doll. He considers himself a soccer star.

Christopher has a drawn and watercolor penciled face with black eyes with light brown eyeshadow on his lids. His nose is water colored rust and has cross patched lines. His eyes are under shaded with yellow and white and his cheeks are blushed rust. His mouth is water colored red and his expression is one of "surprise!" He has three patches of rust colored yarn hair on the sides and top of his head with the back left bald.




Christopher is wearing his favorite blue print pants that are sewn rag-doll style with the seams on the outside and gathered at the waist. His favorite brown print shirt which is also sewn rag-doll style hangs outside his pants and gathered at the neck. His arms and legs are cinnamon sticks.

Christopher can be hung as an ornament and is perfect for any primitive, folk art, or country home decor.

While "Christopher Cinnie" just loves to play the game of soccer he does realize his limitations and is always pleasantly surprised when he is able to deflect a ball. Maybe that accounts for his "surprise" expression?




"Christine Cinnie" is a 12" cinnamon rag-doll from our Cinnamon Series. She has a cloth body with the seams sewn on the outside like a rag-doll. She, of course, doesn't considers herself a rag-doll. She considers herself a soccer star.




Christine has a drawn and watercolor penciled face with black eyes with blue gray eyeshadow on her eyelids. Her nose is water colored blue rust. Her eyes are under shaded with gray and white and her cheeks are blushed pink. Her mouth is water colored red and her expression is one of "sweet surprise!" She has burgundy "Lil Loopies" doll hair along the side seams of her head with the back left bald.




Christine is wearing her favorite coordinated outfit that is sewn rag-doll style with the seams on the outside. Her bloomers match her dress and are fringed and gathered at the waist. Her favorite blue print dress which is also sewn rag-doll style is fringed and gathered at the neck. Her arms and legs are cinnamon sticks.

Christine can be hung as an ornament and is perfect for any primitive, folk art, or country home decor.

While "Christine Cinnie" just loves to play the game of soccer she does realize her limitations and is always pleasantly surprised when she is able to deflect a ball with her back or her butt. Maybe that accounts for her "sweet surprise" expression?

If you want to make your own "Christine Cinnie" you can do so. Her new pattern is available as an instant download e-pattern on my Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns website. Just CLICK HERE for her new e-pattern.

If you want to make your own "Christopher Cinnie" you can do so. His new pattern is available as an instant download e-pattern on my Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns website. Just CLICK HERE for his new e-pattern.


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Linda Walsh Originals E-Patterns - "Instant Download E-Patterns for Grown-up Girls!"

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