Emma Rabbit's favorite holiday is definitely May Day. She has been collecting Maypole ribbons all year. And every Wednesday afternoon at Village Dancing Practice, she teaches special May Day dances to the other animals. She says she learns them from various sources but also invents new ones.
Emma is made from ivory-colored organic cotton fleece. She measures 15" tall. Her ears are lined with pink striped cotton, and her face is hand embroidered with cotton embroidery floss. She is safe for babies because there are no parts they could rip off and eat. Emma is stuffed with washable polyfill, so if she gets dirty you can hand wash her in warm water.
Emma, a fancy bunny, comes wearing a "Sweet Rose" dress made from Liberty of London fine cotton. It closes with velcro in back. It is removable so the animals can share and trade.
Emma will come swaddled in a collectible bandana, perfumed with a lavender sachet. And if you want, you can order a hand-stitched monogram on her heart.
Hazel Village was started in 2010. Owner, Jane, set out to make the toys she would have wanted as a child: soft and cute, with a rigorous commitment to the spirit of play. You'll never see a sewn-on doll shoe or a button that doesn't work, because that would mean admitting the animals aren't real. Hazel Village makes real organic cotton woodland creatures and dolls, and real doll clothes that all the Hazel Village friends can share, to inspire hours of immersive, low-tech play. Hazel Village dolls empower kids to play at their best: to make or imagine everything they need to make their dream worlds real.