I made the first of these little guys to use up some crazy fun fur yarn- I thought it would make memorable hair! My daughters started calling them "ginks" (short for Ginkgo Girls, of course), and I thought it had a great Dr. Seuss sound, so it stuck. Later, I searched the term to see if it was being used and found that it was early 20th century slang for "an odd fellow" Perfect! This Gink is spring green wool with furry green hair w/ longer brown strands. He is about 5 1/2" long, and sits at about 3 1/2" tall. He will include a tag with the dictionary definition of "gink" and washing instructions. Ginks have safety eyes that have been securely felted in place, but they are not meant for anyone young enough to still be chewing their toys as some pieces could pose a choking hazard. Ginks are part of a large brood, but yours will be knit with the same yarns and just as lovable as the one pictured. He's willing to leave his tree...care to adopt this odd fellow?