After lots of decisions, I am keeping my shop open , but postage times will most definitely be longer than stated (I will do my utmost!) as I will be limiting my visits to the post office to once a week. I shall keep you informed throughout and thank you for your understanding in these very surreal circumstances! X
This small parrot (called Peter!) is based on a Tilda pattern and is constructed from several parts. His red & white striped 100% cotton body and grey beak are stuffed with hollow fibre filling.
His wings have been sewn from two layers of blue & white polka dot cotton and he has 3 tail feathers made from wool felt. The two shorter ones in royal blue and the longest one in pale blue. These are all hand stitched onto the body.
He has wool feet, button eyes and is hung from ribbon threaded through a split ring sewn onto the top of his head.
Peter measures approximately 21cm from the top of his head to the end of his longest tail feather.
This parrot is for decorative purposes only and is not a toy.
I loved the larger parrots and started making them in various sizes, these are the smallest and they look great on a twig tree, hanging from curtain poles or drawer knobs.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Sew Hooliboo within 3 days of receiving payment.
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