In the wood past the end of the garden hedgerows near the deep forest pond live a quorum of Nudipeds. Nudipeds are most often sighted during the sultry evenings of midsummer around dusk or dawn basking on soft mossy clumps of the woodland floor in the filtered light of the faint sun. It's quite rare to see them this late in the summer, much more unusual to spot a wee tiny one.
Made from sustainable renewable green products:
Wool - sheep give it up every year.
Hair - given rather reluctantly by a tiny wee fastidiously clean Pomeranian who was assured it would grow back.
Cotton Floss - salvaged from my grandmothers sewing box