Once the women fairies of the glen reach an age of wisdom they settle down and many join the weavers guild. Chatter abounds as well as discussions of important doings in the glen. Some fairies spin spider webs into lovely yarn, while others dye the yarn using dyes made from flowers.... And some as the one you are viewing work the looms and turn the lovely soft yarns into fabric for rugs and mats as well as clothing. She sits almost 8' tall from the bottom of her wooden seat to the top of her cotton hat. All of her clothes were made by hand. The buttons on her sleeves are made from polymer clay, and her spindle is solid oak. Her hat was made especially to fit her, and is trimmed to match her apron. Her hair is soft white viscose. The loom and her stool are made from a combination of oak and cedar, and are left the natural color of the wood. All accessories are hand made... from the loom with real hand weaving as well as the woven rug, the wrapped spindles, and the basket.