Greeting everyone! Cy Bear, back again with some news from the home of the COLDHAMCUDDLIES!
Despite her best intentions, life seems to have got in Isobel's way - yet again - and this post has been delayed a day or two. However, we seem to be getting back into a more organised lifestyle, with a patient in the Stuffed Animal Restoration Clinic, ( https://www.etsy.com/listing/79124185/stuffed-toy-animal-restoration-clinic? ). He is going home tomorrow and will form the basis for another post. (I think it's been because there's not been too much NEW to tell you about that has been the real problem for Isobel to get me to tell you about!!)
So, with no more ado - allow me to introduce you to our three new Tiger Golf Club Covers: ( https://www.etsy.com/listing/168592299/golf-club-cover-tiger-head-animal-print? )
This is the first time Isobel has taken bulk pictures of our new offerings in our new home, and she's still finding out where the best place is to do it. We'll probably be taking better pictures once we've got ourselves organised, but as you can see - we've now got some different, patterned covers for the metal Golf Club handles, and the middle Tiger is a good example of them.
This picture shows the middle Tiger Cover being modelled over the Golf Club. The next two are the other Tigers, both with black woollen handle covers, but - as usual, because Isobel can never make two Cuddlies exactly the same - with slightly different faces. In this case, it's not only because of the facial features, but the stripes on the fabric make them different too.
The second black woollen handled Cover looks a little skewed in this picture, but he appears to have slipped on the pillow on which he was laid! He does have a straight look when modelling with the Golf Club inside him!
Then, we now have three more Panda Bear Golf Club Covers (https://www.etsy.com/listing/107241362/panda-bear-golf-club-head-cover-black? )- made in the same way as they all are, but this time Isobel has given rein to her imagination in creating different patterns for the woollen handle covers.
They all have blue safety eyes - as do all our Panda Heads, and we've used plastic noses for them - whereas the Tigers have had their facial features embroidered with Black Double Kntting wool. We're rapidly running out of the noses, which is why they were changed during the manufacturing process. Isobel is looking out for a supplier in our new locality - so far without success.
The next photograph shows one of the new Pandas, doing what he was made to do - cover an entire No.1 Wood Golf Club, which has been put into the walking stick stand in our hall way, as that's the best way we can illustrate how they work!
Right, this brings this post to an end. I'll be back (or Isobel will - we've not decided yet) to tell you about the latest Patient in the Stuffed Animal Restoration Clinic. But I can tell you that when he was in pieces, Isobel made a template of him (as is her wont on these occasions) and we'll be adding Spiders to the Coldham Cuddlies family of Toys shortly. He will be a Finger Puppet though - which makes a change from the bunch of Hand Puppets (https://www.etsy.com/your/shops/COLDHAMCUDDLIES/sections/10500546 ) we already have in the family!
Until then - have a great Day or Evening - depending on what part of the world it is when you read this post!