The Cowboy's hats molded into felt
The brim of the hat is then carefully ironed into place
A tray of completed Cowboy hats
The spurs are attached to the hand cobbled leather boots
The leather belt and holster with miniature metal bullets
Metal buckles are attached to the belts
The features on the Cowboy are carefully hand painted
A posse of Cowboys await boxing
"This town ain't big enough for all of us!"
The Cowardly Lion's head molded from felt
Each head is artistically air brushed and then ...
... hand painted for details
The Lion's mane is ironed and shaped
A box of jointed arms and legs ready for assembly
The Lion's costume is carefully sewn from mohair plush
A trio of Lion's anxiously await boxing
This Cowardly Lion is ready for a new home!
Sewn felt hearts being prepped for stuffing.
Trays of felt hearts after being stuffed.
The hearts are artfully air brushed.
Painted hearts waiting for the final step.
A completed heart ornament with RJW initials.
Sewn felt pieces for Periwinkle's hands.
Periwinkle's features are hand painted.
A collection of finished heads.
Sewn and stuffed body pieces with complete arms and legs.
The button details on Periwinkle's outfit are carefully placed.
A group of Periwinkle's awaiting their wings.
Silk organza wings are added to Periwinkle.
A completed tray of Periwinkle pixies.
Lillian, felt doll with her mohair wig and muslin blouse.
Lillian received her plaid skirt.
Hand-cobbled leather shoes for Lillian.
A miniature replica of R John Wright's first doll created in felt for Lillian.
Lillian and her doll ready for her new home.
Custom metal buttons are sewn onto Corey's coat.
Jointed felt doll pieces awaiting various stages of costuming.
Plaid cotton bows for Corey's sailor outfit.
The ribbon around Corey's sailor cap is added.
A collection of ready sailor caps.
Corey's cap is shaped and molded.
Hand painting Corey's wooden boat.
Cut and sanded wood for Corey's boat.
Captain Corey and Lillian ready for their new homes.
A sweet little sailor.
Miniature metal and wood tools crafted for Mr. Mouse.
Mr. Mouse is capped with his leather visor.
A tray of completed Mr. Mouse, ready for work.
A tag is given to Mr. Mouse, ready to go home now.
Mohair is cut for Otto's hair.
The sewn felt face pieces for Otto.
Felt limbs and heads are attached and stuffed for the body.
Buttons are sewn into Otto's checkered shirt.
Hand sewn details for the costume.
After stuffing Otto is hand sewn closed.
Pieces of Otto's smock are sewn together.
Giving Otto his smile.
Hand-cobbled leather shoes for Otto.
Floppy-jointed felt doll with Raggedy Ann's hand painted face.
Raggedy Ann's yarn wig.
The final touches for Ann's cotton dress are hand sewn.
Pooh's wooden chair is hand pieces and crafted.
Chair legs are added and held in place by the template.
Wooden chair pieces with the rail backs.
Painting the chairs.
Pooh Bear is given a little bib, to keep his fur clean from honey.
A tag for Winnie the Pooh.
Custom made ceramic pots perfect for storing honey.
Pooh Bear and his pot of honey are packaged ready for a new home.
Finishing touches for Winnie the Pooh.
Hand painted felt faces with mohair wigs.
Fully jointed felt bodies, with batiste pinnafore.
Cotton broadcloth dresses for Sylvie Ann.
The head and body meet.
Felt holly is airbrushed to perfection.
Felt details are added to the alpaca plush paws.
Holly's sweet features are air brushed on.
Completed felt holly is added to the silk ribbon.
Playful kittens ready for packaging.
January 05, 2022
March 31, 2021