Woody is 18cm / 7” head to toe, 14cm /5-1/2” sitting. He is widest ear to ear at 10cm / 3-1/4”.
Making & Material
Small scraps stitched to scraps made bigger scraps, like growing crystals, into a bear. His putter fur is primarily a paisleys chiffon, indigo georgette. His snout and crescent marking are made of a child’s bedsheet. Woody was built entirely from by hand, stitched into place, and modified numerous times before the form took shape. His eyes are embroidered free hand using new threads. There is a white fabric crescent, the moon, on his chest.
Made entirely of scraps stitches to scraps, he is flexible, sturdy but fragile relative to noisybeak pocket dolls, and require more care. He sits well on his bum, but might need a knead and a nudge from time to time. Please do not limbs beyond 180 degree or they might snap. His tongue is stitched to a swirl of fabric, and can be moved 45degree side to side for posing.
This is an art doll, not a child’s toy. Please do not let it near any child who rib things apart and swallow. It is also a fire hazard, prefers cool and dry environment.
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