The top haggis I made in my textile class for a bit of fun. The middle Haggis has been made (rapidly) for a christening in Ireland this weekend of the grandchild of one of my student's support workers. He has nipples a hairy chest and a string (lace) vest. (or as Freya said "he has wonky pimples") The bottom two are a drawing of Haggis by my student Joan Cargil. It is Burns Day in Scotland, a time to drink whiskey eat haggis and enjoy poetry.