Ambrose Blues Primitive Clown Doll E-Pattern
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Ambrose Blues Primitive Clown Doll E-Pattern

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“Ambrose Blues”, 19” Primitive Clown Doll E-Pattern - Clown Series - Pattern Category - Skill Level - Beginner 

"Ambrose Blues" is one of the members of our NEW "Clown Series" of cloth dolls. They are a fun loving group of various kinds of clown dolls that love to have fun. Love to laugh. And, most of all love to make you laugh. In fact, they're willing to try anything to bring a smile to your face. They'll make fun of themselves. Fall down. Run around. Bump into each other. Even pretend to slap each other - all in the name of "good" fun. They love to laugh. They love to have fun. But, most of all they love making you laugh. They are all so confident that they can make you laugh that they even have a contest going - to see which clown can make you laugh the most. The winner gets a FREE trip to Clown College.

"Ambrose Blues" is a 19" country clown cloth doll. His body is made of muslin and his face is embroidered with black eyes, embroidered nose with dark rose water coloring , black embroidered lips with yellow water coloring, and embroidered cheek circles with bright orange water coloring. His eyebrows are embroidered as are his eyelashes. And, he has smile triangles on the sides of his eyes. Ambrose has a mass of thick, straight, bright orange yarn hair on the sides of his head with the back left bald. His favorite and coordinated beanie is on the top and back of his head. He is wearing his favorite fringed striped shirt which is gathered at the neck and has ribbon trim down the front center. He is also wearing his favorite fringed striped pants with ribbon suspenders. His pants are gathered to the tops of his boots on the bottom and gathered at the waist. Large gray buttons are holding his suspenders to his pants in the front. His black boots are cross laced and he is coffee stained throughout.

"Ambrose Blues!" has a serious case of the "blues" is hoping to win. He knows he's funny , but he's just plain "blue" lately. He does not know why and is hoping a little time away at Clown College will resolve his "blues." He's hoping that maybe the other clowns will recognize how "blue" he is and let him win. Poor Ambrose - he's "got the blues!"

Designer - Linda Walsh Originals

 

 

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