Little Hopi
Little Hopi
Little Hopi
Little Hopi
Little Hopi
Little Hopi
Little Hopi
Little Hopi
Little Hopi
Little Hopi
Little Hopi
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Little Hopi
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Little Hopi

Regular price
$2,200.00
Sale price
$2,200.00
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Hopi is a Chicken Little Footstool whose feathers are fashioned with hand-spun 100% Merino wool which was naturally dyed and spun by Cathlin, owner of A Jolly Yarn. The colors are created with marigold, coreopsis, Hopi sunflower and ivy from her dye garden in Kansas City. She is looking for a good home. 
 
[Edition #120-22]
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The chickens are sculpted in Kansas City, Missouri with care and delight, upholstered to function as footstools. Each is one-of-a-kind, unique in posture and personality. A turned wood egg-shaped core stands on bronze feet and is connected to a bronze beak. Feathers are fashioned with traditional fiber art techniques- dyeing, felting, spinning, knitting- and are stitched by hand. And a surprise? Their heads bob.

Questions about the adoption process? Please call 316-285-0435 or email hello@thecitygirlfarm.com. We love to hear from you!