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WHO'S STEALING COOKIES? E-pattern. Granny Elf has just baked gingerbread cookies and has placed them in her cookie jar. Her grandson Little E is sitting on her lap with a cookie in his arms. Granny Elf says to him lovely Whos stealing Cookies? Granny is approximately 30 in tall. Her face is adorable with her bi-focal wired rimmed glasses and those big elf ears. Her hair is white yarn and she is wearing a granny hat made of green homespun. Her dress is a dark burgundy homespun and her apron a burgundy ivory check homespun. She has a ivory doily collar and burgundy bow at neck. Grannys bloomers are a ivory calico with homespun patches on her knee. She has burgundy striped legs and burgundy elf shoes made of felt and trimmed with bells and gold ribbon bows. She is holding a cookies jar filled with gingerbreads made of tan felt and edged with white rick rack for icing, black snaps for raisens and two black beads for eyes. Little E is dressed in burgundy calico shirt and green plaid homespun pants and hat. He has green and burgundy striped legs with green felt elf shoes trimmed with bells and burgundy ribbon bows and his holding one of Granny's gingerbread cookies. Little E has over sized wired rimmed glasses and pointed ears. A must have for elf collectors.

This is a E-pattern Only, not the Finished Item.

Connie Sixel
My Darlin Dolls (C) 2005

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