10.5 “ Wood-Ko is the Seminole Indian name for Raccoon which means “one who rubs”.

But all his friends call him Woody. He’s made of 6 types of gray black and white mohair and alpaca.  6 joints, (double jointed neck) wired limbs, a wired tail, and special body proportions make Woody a movement raccoon who can pose in almost any position including all fours.

  His life-like face and paws are needle sculptured, scissor trimmed and handpainted.

This baby raccoon has hand painted dark olive green glass eyes with leather eyelids.

Woody’s body is the distinctive pear shape we associate

with raccoons and his head is oversized appropriate for a baby.

His large black nose and mouth are embroidered, and his whiskers are made of white horsehair. He’s a one of a kind and my second movement baby raccoon.

As always, he wears a brass key to the garden and

comes with a photo portrait card inscribed to you.

Woody Raccoon