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Jeremiah the monster upcycled from wool sweaters

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His wings are impossibly small, but his eyes are impossibly big. Who needs to fly anyway? His tongue likes to stick out of his mouth, but you can shove it back in if you want to. He doesn't have teeth, so you're safe there.

Jeremiah measures 14 1/2" tall, 12" across and 8" deep. He is made from a bright combo of red, different shades of orange, and a purple bum!

Like all my friend monsters, Jeremiah has been lovingly handmade from upcycled wool sweaters, new polyfil and plastic safety eyes. Although he has been handcrafted with care, he is not intended for humans under 3 or those who still like to eat their toys.

Photography by Silver Lamb Studios

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Surface washing is recommended, but if your monster gets into some major messiness, we recommend hand washing in the sink using a mild soap and cold water. Spin or squeeze the excess water out, and air dry.
Sugar and spice and everyth...well, actually, the monsters are all made from upcycled and repurposed wool sweaters! I procure the sweaters from local thrift stores in the Victoria and Vancouver area. Each sweater is then "felted" before use, which means I wash it in hot water (often multiple times) to shrink it! This turns the sweater into a nice crafting felt which I then sew into monsters. I also use new polyester fibrefill to stuff the monsters, and plastic safety eyes to bring their faces to life!
Unfortunately, I cannot replicate a monster from the past. Each one is a One-Of-A-Kind individual.

Because I don't use patterns when I create the monsters (I design as I sew each one), and I use recycled materials, it is pretty much impossible to replicate a monster I have made in the past.

That being said, I would probably be able to make a new monster for you that is *inspired* by one I have already made.

Jeremiah the monster upcycled from wool sweaters