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The Eleventh Hour

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#HWW09 The Eleventh Hour

"The Eleventh Hour" is a sleepy little witch wall hanging made from painted and dyed muslin. She is dressed in grungy black osnaburg with a dyed cheesecloth apron. Benita (the witch) measures approximately 24" long from the tip of her hat to the bottom of her dress. Her arms and hands are taped wrapped wire that have been painted and waxed. She has gray sheep wool for hair and a black wool felt hat with the trademark "Soft in the Head" curly-qued" rusty wire. In her bony little arms and hands she is holding her broom, made from a twisted twig and sisal rope fibers tied on with rusty wire. And an aged and "primmmmmed" banner with "THE ELEVENTH HOUR". This "sleepy time gal" will look good hanging on a door, wall or old vintage cupboard door.

"The Eleventh Hour" is a Soft in the Head original design by P.K. Gracia (©2008).


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