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1  Stitched sculpture in Needlework: Completed Projects by Green Elevator on: February 13, 2015 08:26:59 AM
New creation!

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2  New Quototei in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Green Elevator on: April 28, 2013 06:56:49 PM


Shhh! Quiet! The masked quototei is on a mission and requires absolute silence! While they have the ability to speak, they gave it up years ago, and prefer to communicate using a very complicated system of sign language with their tails. They are very serious creatures that view every task they are given as a very important quest. Right now they are all on a self given assignment to rid the north east of burnt out light bulbs - which is how I met this fellow. He had just finished changing the bulb in my kitchen that has been burnt out for 15 months, and was stabbing the old light bulb with a samurai sword (where he found a samurai sword that small, I have no idea) as I was walking in the door from work. He was so upset about being caught that he has insisted on repaying me by being my personal adventurer for one month (at least that's what I gathered after reading "Quototei Tail Sign Language for Dummies") . Many of my possessions have been stabbed by a tiny samurai sword. I promise to take this sword away before he comes to your home.

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Height - 7 inches
Width - 6 inches

Made from high quality faux fur, felt, and stuffed (gently) with polyfill.

100 % Designed, Created, and Cared for by Megan Barbour in Brooklyn, NY.
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3  Punwig in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Green Elevator on: March 23, 2013 12:19:00 PM










While most creatures prefer the great outdoors, punwigs are nocturnal and prone to hay fever, so they tend to stay in cities. Due to their small size they're able to travel by plumbing pipes (preferring copper), live in unused basements, and eat discarded bagels. Meaning that they don't have to do any actual work. Instead, they pass their time by sneaking into rock shows then painting miniature graffiti on the bathroom walls, making forts with the plastic drink cups, and "borrowing" the performers styling products.
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5 inches high
6 inches wide

Made from high quality faux fur, felt, and stuffed (gently) with polyfill.

Designed, Created, Cared for by Megan Barbour in Brooklyn, NY.
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4  New Creature in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Green Elevator on: March 17, 2013 12:37:37 PM




Not sure what to name this little guy yet. What do you think?
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5  New Zikoos! in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Green Elevator on: March 17, 2013 12:35:27 PM








Consider yourself a very lucky person if you ever run into a traveling zikoo. These creatures are hard to find, and always on the move. In fact, they are probably the only creatures that see every inch of the land on Earth during their lifetime! Unfortunately, they mix up every language they hear making them little tricky to understand.. unless you speak 12 languages. Never fear! If there is one thing these little guys are good at - it's the universal language of music. This particular zikoo is a big fan of the jazz clarinet. He promised to play me a tune in exchange for room and board. Little did I know that his favorite song is 247 hours long...
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6  Yamyop in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Green Elevator on: July 05, 2012 03:12:38 PM


This is a Yamyop.He likes paint pictures of office supplies, and nothing else.

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Height - 7 inches
Width - 6 inches

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7  Northern Woolly Groffett in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Green Elevator on: July 05, 2012 03:03:04 PM


This is a classic example of the Northern Woolly Groffet. While the groffets of the east are in charge of puddle maintenance, those in the north are in charge of icicles. It's a little known fact that icicles are actually one of the most hideous sights in the natural world. You can thank the groffets for going around to file the ice to a point and polish them up.

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This Groffet was hand/machine sewn and, gently, stuffed with polyfill.

Width (hand to hand): 23 inches
Length (horn to foot): 18 inches


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8  Rare tailless Quototei in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Green Elevator on: July 05, 2012 02:31:42 PM


Shhh! Quiet! The masked quototei is on a mission and requires absolute silence! . They are very serious creatures that view every task they are given as a very important quest. Right now they are all on a self given assignment to rid the north east of burnt out light bulbs - which is how I met this fellow. He had just finished changing the bulb in my kitchen that has been burnt out for 15 months, and was stabbing the old light bulb with a samurai sword (where he found a samurai sword that small, I have no idea) as I was walking in the door from work. He was so upset about being caught that he has insisted on repaying me by being my personal adventurer for one month. Many of my possessions have been stabbed by a tiny samurai sword. I promise to take this sword away before he comes to your home.

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Height - 7 inches
Width - 6 inches




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9  New creature: Panthea in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Green Elevator on: February 22, 2012 11:12:01 AM


Pantheas are clever... very clever.. a little too clever for their own good. By "their own good" I mean.. "my own good." They know everything, everyone, and everything about everyone. Maybe it's the big ears that seem great for listening, or the innocent eyes-err.. eye... but before I knew it, I found myself telling her my life story, every secret I've ever heard, and even threw in a little gossip for good measure. Don't worry, Pantheas haven't let the information go to their heads. They've actually decided to write the definitive encyclopedia on the "Nature of All Creatures," to be made available to everyone at your local public library. Volume H (including the "Human" chapter) should be released within the next 700 years. Take your multivitamins, pick up a pamphlet about being cryogenically frozen, and pre-order your copy - because it's going to be the "can't miss" book of the year!.. or should I say century? millennium? large chuck-o-time?



It's been awhile since I made a cyclops! This lady has moveable arms, which I always think are fun to add. I ran out of room after I added her face where I would normally cut out legs - but I kind of like it like this. I picture this creature being able to hover over the ground too move.
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10  Wistimoon in Toys, Dolls and Playthings: Completed Projects by Green Elevator on: January 18, 2012 02:13:03 PM


yay for finding random plaid fabric that's been lost FOREVER in my supply area. I've been trying to do a bit more of mixed fabrics lately (not just felt and faux fur) and it's been a lot of fun so far. I also started adding a little bit of stuffing under the hair to make it stand out more and I really like the 3D effect. Also, I'm still obsessed with moving arm joints - I can't believe I avoided those for so long!



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