3 in 1 Scarecrow, Ghost & Witch Shelf Sitters Combo E-Pattern

3 in 1 Scarecrow, Ghost & Witch Shelf Sitters Combo E-Pattern

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3 in 1“William Come or Won’t They?,  Hazard A Guess What I Am? and Mabel I Won’t Cast A Spell? ” Primitive Scarecrow, Ghost and Witch Shelf Sitter Dolls Combo E-Pattern - 30 Pages

There's just something very charming about a trio of shelf sitter cloth dolls - don't you think.  I love using shelf sitters to decorate for every season and holiday.  If you do, too then you're going to love our “William Come or Won’t They?,  Hazard A Guess What I Am? and Mabel I Won’t Cast A Spell?” primitive scarecrow, ghost, and witch 3 in 1 combo e-pattern.

“William Come or Won’t They?”, 7” Primitive Scarecrow Shelf Sitter Doll E-Pattern - Stout Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner 

William Come Or Won't They? can’t figure out whether the crows are going to come or not. If they do, he’s prepared. He is a free standing scarecrow doll with a cloth body, an embroidered face with button eyes. He is wearing a patched coat with buttons and pockets, two scarves, and a hat. His hair is made of raffia and he’s holding a stained wooden rake. “William Come or Won’t They?” is coffee stained throughout.

He's scarecrow. And, he knows he's a scarecrow through and through. He comes from a long line of scarecrows. William Come or Won't They? has a different problem. He just can't figure out whether the crows are going to come or not. If they do, he wants to be prepared. After all, that's what they taught him in the "Scarecrow Boy Scouts" and the "Scarecrow Army." "Always Be Prepared!" So, he's ready. Come on all you crows. Hey, all you crows! Williams ready for yah!!! Come and get him.

Designer - Linda Walsh Originals

“Hazard A Guess What I Am?”, 7” Primitive Ghost Shelf Sitter Doll E-Pattern - Stout Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner 

Hazard A Guess What I Am? seems to have a bit of a problem in that people aren’t sure he’s a ghost. He can’t understand this because he thinks he’s scary. He scares himself. Hazard is a free standing ghost doll with a cloth body, and an embroidered face with button eyes. He is wearing a vest and multi-colored fringed scarf. “Hazard A Guess What I Am?” is coffee stained throughout.

He's a little confused, but he's not scary. What's up with that? You see, "Hazard A Guess What I Am?" has a problem with his heritage. He isn't even sure he is from a ghostly line. If you can't tell he's a ghost and his heredity is in question - how is he ever going to know? Sometimes he looks like a ghost, he feels like a ghost, and he walks like a ghost. But, is he really a ghost?

Designer-Linda Walsh Originals

Mabel I Won't Cast A Spell! can’t decide whether to be a good witch or a bad witch. She’s watched “The Wizard of Oz” so many times your head would spin. And, sometimes, he’s does. She is a witch after all.

 “Mabel I Won’t Cast A Spell?”, 7” Primitive Witch Doll Shelf Sitter E-Pattern - Stout Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner 

Mabel is a free standing primitive witch doll with a cloth body, an embroidered face, and a full head of curly gray. She is wearing a lined cape, dress, fringed scarf, and lined witches hat. “Mabel I Won’t Cast A Spell?” is coffee stained throughout.

Therre is no confusion with Mabel. She knows she's a witch. In fact, she's a "teasing, taunting witch!" She may or may not cast a spell on her depending upon her mood.  Lucky for us she's in a "Hey, Look At Me! I'A Model!" mood today and a little distracted. Otherwise we'd all be "frozen" in our chairs, literally.

Designer - Linda Walsh Originals

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