Here he is with his new owner Kyle 🙂
This Babbitt was ordered for Christmas for a little girl in Brentwood Essex along with a copy of Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney. If you’d like to order a Babbitt for a birthday, Christening or yourself just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I can make boys or girls and material/colour suggestions are welcomed!
This Babbitt was made for a 2 year old little girl in Cardiff named Poppy 🙂 accompanied with a copy of The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams.
If you’d like to order a Babbitt and book for £25 just email me email@example.com
I was commissioned to make 2 Babbitts for a brother and sister in Sydney Australia. Otto, their cousin named them Mr Edwards for Rory and Birgitta Mae for Izzy! Rory and Izzy love their Babbitts and so does their mum, talented furniture restorer of Demain Reclaim visit the Facebook page 🙂
This Babbitt was ordered for Christmas and is now being loved by a beautiful little girl in the Midlands who loves reading with her Babbitt and mummy or Auntie Vicky. Thank you for the photos Auntie Vicky xxx
I was commissioned to make a Babbitt by My friend, Zoe, of Zoe Beck design for a christening present for Beau. Zoe gave me some fabric she had designed and printed and I created the Babbitt from this, so it was a design collaboration 🙂
Beau and mum Dawn of Fairytale Occasions visit the Facebook page loved the Babbitt and book and sent these photos to me 🙂
Thank you for the great photos Dawn and great collaborating with you Zoe, let’s do it again soon!
If you’d like to order a Babbitt, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I have now listed my first Babbitt on Etsy!
Handmade soft toy ‘Babbitt’ inspired by one of my favourite childhood stories.
This Babbitt (name invented by Theo aged 2) is inspired and accompanied by Alpaca by Rosemary Billam, a storybook I read with my dad in the early 80s.
The Babbitt is handmade, hand washable, is made from locally sourced fabrics and has a hand embroidered face and paws. It is inspired by the Alpaca in the book and by my house rabbit Nigel.
Easy to care for and will withstand everyday life with a baby and toddler.
I’m hoping this will help children and their parents enjoy more bedtime stories together and build strong loving bonds.
I went to a great event on Saturday 12 July organised by the Barbican, with VOGUE GOES ROGUE and the extraordinary Lyall Hakaraia leading a folk art-inspired fashion procession and ceremony, alongside work by designers Craig Lawrence, Louize Harries and Laura Shepherd.
Giant handmade totems by Lyall Hakaraia, Craig Lawrence, Louize Harries and Laura Shepherd paraded through East London from the Barbican to Ram’s Place in Hackney, followed by talks from Nicola Bowery (Leigh Bowery’s wife) and Lyall Hakaraia, music from folk singers and entertainment from drag act Jonny Woo.
The market was on from 12 – 20 July 2014, Ram Place (off Morning Lane)