Heritage Rabbits

Nurse Rabbit pattern by Debi Berkin
Nurse Rabbit re created in UK’s nursing uniform. Pattern by Debi Berkin
Pattern by Debi Berkin WW1 rabbit in traditional grey dress
Ruby The WW1  Nurse Rabbit in traditional grey dress.  Pattern by Debi Berkin
'Call the midwife' rabbit style.The basic rabbit and Cardi pattern is by Barbara Prime the rest I just went with my instinct, the Cardi & apron are both removable
My first in the range of Heritage Rabbits  ‘Call the midwife’ rabbit style.The basic rabbit and Cardi pattern is by Barbara Prime the rest I just went with my instinct, the Cardi & apron are both removable
The second in my range of Heritage Rabbits , The Mill Worker Rabbit, complete with her integrated clogs, removable shawl and apron
The second in my range of Heritage Rabbits, ‘ Molly The Mill Worker Rabbit’ complete with her integrated clogs, removable shawl and apron
Mabel the Victorian Parlour Maid Rabbit including removable apron
The third of my range of  Heritage Rabbits  ‘Mabel the Victorian Parlour Maid Rabbit’  complete with integrated shoes and removable apron
 The latest in my range of 'Heritage Rabbits' Wallis Russell the Work house Rabbit
The fourth in my range of ‘Heritage Rabbits’ Wallis Russell the Work house Rabbit, complete with removable shawl and half apron

** Not Toys **
All my rabbits are carefully hand-crafted using quality materials to ensure a high quality finish, but the are not CE certified, so are not suitable for children thus are intended for home décor or ornamental use

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18 thoughts on “Heritage Rabbits

    1. Molly is such a sweetie isn’t she, I really need to knit some more, in the new year I’ll have to get my act together and create some more all of the ones I’ve made so far have sold within minuets for £20

    1. I hope she is behaving herself, and learning a great deal on her apprenticeship with you, no doubt she sleeps better at night now the workhouse is a distance memory.

      1. Wallis and Lamb feel completely part of the family now 🙂 Each and every day they both intently watch and learn alongside me, all the tricks of making many messes LOL Sleeping isn’t a problem for either, though, no matter what time I rise early morning, they are both always dressed and ready before me 😉

      2. Your drawings of Wallis & Lamb are to be framed soon to enhance the Master Boudoir, Beloved needs to restore an Edwardian dressing table then we will be moving back in there~ as in the ‘Grand Design’ motto he states “We should be in by Christmas” LOL

      3. Well ….if it’s worked thus far….keep up the mutterings, all good things have a right time to happen…and Christmas isn’t that far oft now LOL 😉 !!

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