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You’ve safely started a bonfire, poured the hot cider and passed around the pumpkin bread. Now, it’s time to sing!* This guitar player doll dressed in hand-dyed reddish brown wool felt is glad to help provide the melodies* for your autumn night gathering. The camel-brown guitar this doll plays is a right-handed model.

The Guitar Player’s face is embroidered simply in the Waldorf tradition to encourage open creativity. The doll stands approximately 7 cm tall (2.75 inches) and is made of wool and cotton. The guitar is attached to a strap, and is removable from the doll to provide more flexibility with play. Photo #4 shows the guitar player with a fellow musician dressed in blue.

The Guitar Player is appropriate for display and gentle play, and should be kept out of reach from pets and children who still put toys in their mouths (small parts may be a choking hazard). Despite the Guitar Player’s affinity for bonfire gatherings, please keep this doll away from open flames. The base of the doll is signed in thread with an “A.”

The Guitar Player is available for immediate first class shipping and will be simply wrapped in tissue paper. Please pay with PayPal immediately after your purchase.

Customers outside of the United States: please send me a message to inquire about international shipping rates for your country. Be advised that you are responsible for all customs fees that may apply to your order. Please read my Policies prior to purchase.

I care about each doll I sew, and hope you will find a doll in the shop that you feel is yours.

Colors may appear slightly different on a computer monitor than in person. Photos and text copyright 2012 by Farida Dowler.

*Rise Up Singing: The Group Singing Songbook, edited by Peter Blood and Annie Patterson, has over a thousand songs suitable for group sing-alongs.

Guitar Player Doll in Reddish Brown - Waldorf inspired