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  • Woodland Teddies Wacky Bears Moonshine Gang, Moonsheee and Hooch
    the extras so you know she is a true Woodland Teddy including his needle sculpted expression big feet airbrushed face cute little eyelids a little tail his hand moulded leather nose inset hears and pulled toes Size 11 inches tall Materials Two lengths of golden Schulte kid mohair 25mm on body arms and legs longer 43mm on tummy head and tail Gold ultrasuede on paws and eyelids and brown leather

    Original URL path: http://www.woodlandteddies.co.uk/goldie.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Woodland Teddies Wacky Bears Moonshine Gang, Moonsheee and Hooch
    to the steel shot in his tummy but I think its because of eating too much honey Nevertheless he can still stand unaided and has lots of the extras so you know he is a true Woodland Teddy including his needle sculpted expression big feet cute little eyelids a little tail his hand moulded leather nose inset hears and pulled toes Size Roughly 9 5 inches tall Materials Blond 20mm

    Original URL path: http://www.woodlandteddies.co.uk/sadie.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Woodland Teddies Wacky Bears Moonshine Gang, Moonsheee and Hooch
    a kind Her top was hand dyed warm green to give her the look of wearing a jacket and is trimmed in brown fur to match her hat muff and scarf She has pulled toes airbrushing to the face and the usual Woodland teddies hand formed leather nose tail and inset ears Size She stands 14 inches tall tall Materials Ash Blond 20mm pile mohair offset with hand dyed green

    Original URL path: http://www.woodlandteddies.co.uk/sacha.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Woodland Teddies EWired Clown Bobo
    Piggly Wiggly Katie Custard Bobo the Clown Beppos little brother This bear simply oozes with character with a very traditionally painted clowns face and outfit he is very different from your average bear Wired internally Bobo like real clowns can hold onto his hat and lean forward to bow to the ladies He s a real charmer Size Approx 12 ins head to tail wired freestanding heavy bear who can hold things in his hands bow or tip his hat to you Materials Soft blond mohair on all but black mohair boots Colourful cotton jacket fully lined with nylon Cotton trousers shiny lycra mix bow tie Black ultrasuede foot pads Red ultrasuede hands with wired fingers to give the appearance of wearing gloves Heavy duty suede hand moulded nose Woodland Teddies initial buttons hold up pants Felt bowler hat Armature wire Flower Filling Polyester steel shot in feet tail armatures in arms legs feet and fingers Joints Nut and bolt throughout Other Hand painted and airbrushed face Hand painted eyes Four wired fingers on each hand Armatures in arms legs and fingers make it possible for Bobo to be posed and allow him to pick things up with his fingers

    Original URL path: http://www.woodlandteddies.co.uk/bobo2a.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Woodland Teddies Bearmaking Materials and Supplies noses teeth
    teeth Commissions Show Dates Teddies Friends About Order Critters Email me Furry Special Supplies Latest Bears Cats Dogs Available Furry Special Bear Making Suppies Eyes Noses Hair Extensions Mohair Dyes

    Original URL path: http://www.woodlandteddies.co.uk/nosesizes.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Woodland Teddies bearmaking supplies hair extensions
    Furry Special Supplies Latest Bears Cats Dogs Available Furry Special Bear Making Suppies Eyes Noses mouths teeth Hair Extensions Mohair Dyes Fillings Armature wire Cold Porcelain Hair extensions Please note these pictures are only given to provide examples of possible

    Original URL path: http://www.woodlandteddies.co.uk/haircolours.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Woodland Teddies bearmaking supplies mohair dyes
    by adding more dye If you add more dye it must be before you add the material and it must be dissolved properly otherwise you will get a mottled effect Although the dye is non toxic it is recommended that you wear rubber gloves to avoid staining your hands Try not to shock fibres by subjecting them to sudden changes in temperature try to keep the water you use to wet and rinse the mohair at a similar temperature to the dye These dyes can also be used overnight to dye cold but the colours will be lighter Method If you are dyeing a single teddy cut out him out and put the pieces on one side Put enough water in a saucepan or pot to cover the cut pieces and allow a little movement don t make it too wide or two deep or you will end up using more dye than is needed B ring the water up to warm and add a little dye and stir to dissolve the dye The amount of dye needed could be as little as a quarter of a teaspoonful depending on the size of the teddy and the strength of colour required so dont over do it Test the colour with using a wet scrap of teddies mohair and if necessary add a little more dye Wet mohair in warm soapy water and gently squeeze although the soap isn t always necessary rinse and add to the dye bath Stir well to make sure the mohair is thoroughly wetted or you could end up with a mottled effect Bring to a simmer slowly but not to the boil and simmer for the required time This could be just seconds for a light colour or up to 20 minutes for a really

    Original URL path: http://www.woodlandteddies.co.uk/instructions.htm (2016-04-28)
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  • Woodland Teddies bearmaking supplies mohair dyes
    and keep a record of your timing and amounts of dye used Take advantage of special offers using dyes one piece of mohair can create a variety of colourful bears Dye some mohair used for dolls hair at the same time and give your teddy a hairstyle Dye feathers or lace at the same time to colour co ordinate your teddy Try dyeing the material used for making teddies pads

    Original URL path: http://www.woodlandteddies.co.uk/tips.htm (2016-04-28)
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