Igor Mousenstein

comments (2) August 25th, 2009 in gallery     

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Photo: Lisa B. Thoms, q.D.paToOtieS

Igor Mousenstein's ancestors were once helpers in the infamous Dr. Quackenburg's laboratory (ah, you thought I was going to say Dr. Frankenstein, didn't you? tsk. tsk. shame on you for making assumptions). Coincidentally, Dr. Quackenburg also had an assistant named Igor who was not very imaginative so he ended up naming all the lab mice after him (Dr. Quackenburg was also broke -- he was so poor he couldn't afford lab rats so he had to scale it down a bit). So he could tell the lab mice apart during testing, Igor put rubberbands of different colors around their tails. Eventually, this led to their tails falling off and over time new mice were born without tails. But this mouse has a tale all his own that's for sure. Just ask him what was going on in that laboratory and he'll tell you. Make one for yourself and let him weave his own tale. You'll be glad you did!

To make your own Igor Mousenstein, feel free to enjoy the FREE pattern on my Blog:  qdpatooties.blogspot.com/2009/08/igor-mousenstein.html.  Oh, and did I mention it's FREE?

P.S.  My new Flickr for just my softies is www.flickr.com/q-d-patooties

Pattern or design used: My own design - Lisa Thoms, q.D.paToOtieS
posted in: gallery, felt, halloween, plushie, quirky, softies, softie, plush, mouse

Comments (2)

qdpatooties writes: You are so welcome. My daughter who is 6 loved him as well! Enjoy!
Posted: 8:04 am on July 6th
Jetmuis writes: he is very cute, adorable and hugable.LOL well done, thank you for sharing this, and sooo sweet and kind to give the pattern away for free!!!;-D
You've made my day.;-D
Posted: 4:23 am on January 30th
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