I was not impressed with Bitty Lambie. The catalog picture looked really cute, but when our creature arrived it's ear was sewn on crooked and it had, well, an overstuffed head. Look at it:
The thing came with a pink bow around it's neck, with a little square cardboard book entitled "Bitty Lambie's Family Album." The book and lamb were nestled inside a little vinyl case shaped like a purse that snaps shut and has the Bitty Baby logo on it.
I am not pleased with this lamb, but my daughter enjoys it. A few weeks ago we were playing with this and the arms came off. They were sewn on, and still need to be re-sewn.
I like Bitty Lambie in the catalog, but the one we got shipped was bootlegged. I'm plotting to modify it into a llama somehow, since the arms are already off and everything.
I'll let the next poster give this a grade, but the individual one I got gets a C. It's sliding by with that because the plush fur is soft and cute, and the little purse case was an extra surprise I was not expecting.
Post by #stopAGfandomracism on Apr 1, 2021 22:50:35 GMT -5
I bought my lambie loose, without book, purse or ribbon. Mine is perfect. She's got soft, curly cream fur and a plush white face. The ears look to be semi-circles, folded and stitched. The tail is a bit larger but of the same construction. I love her little pink smile. Bitty Lambie seems to be harder to find (and more expensive) than others in the Bitty Bunch, but I'm so glad my friends encouraged me to get her. She's a great size compared to the 18" dolls, too! I give Lambie an A!
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