Well, here's the whole lot of 'em.
They were finished just in the nick of time to be listed on Sunday evening.
My favorite amongst the little guys is the one in green. He's just the most amiable of the bunch. The one with the yellow hat bites. And that bald one just right of Snow White thinks he's General Custer or something. I keep catching the little bugger trying to organize some sort of war party. Luckily, the rest of the fellows are a lazy lot and will have none of it. Snow manages to keep him in line well enough though.
I've never tackled this particular storybook character. Done lots of Little Reds, most of the the residents of Wonderland, and a Goldilocks or two, Miss Muffet, the cast of Charlotte's Web, and even Mary and her little lamb; but somehow Snow White just had yet to be made.
I like to research the origins of the stories before "illustrating" them with cloth. And, like so many other old stories, Snow White's tale has mellowed quite a bit over the years. One of the originally published tales had the wicked queen punished by having metal shoes scooped hot from the fire and put on her feet, then she was made to dance til she died. Harsh!
Childhoods are sweeter nowadays I suspect. Although there's still something to be said for a sinister queen and a bright red poison apple (whilst tucked safely on the lap of a parent, of course.)
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You can see more of Snow and the little guys here.