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Fraggle Rock Cloth Banner (1984)

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This is a cloth wall hanging or banner featuring Gobo Fraggle with radishes and a few Doozers with construction vehicles. It measures around 25 by 45 inches.

This banner is a craft item sold in craft stores in a roll of printed fabric. The item is two pieces sown together and stuffed with some sort of teddy bear stuffing material. It is then stitched around the characters making as sort of soft relief sculpture. Hanging loops are attached at the top so a rod can be attached to a wall to hang this cloth wall hanging up.

The banner is likely to have been made by the same company of the US Fraggle Rock bed sheets because the picture of Gobo is very similar to those on the sheet pattern.

Stampos Rubber Stamps (1985)

Variety Pack (Figural and Non-Figural Stamps)

This is a 4 pack or variety pack of the 2 different versions of Fraggle Rock rubber stamp sets for ages 4 and up.

The figural Gobo stamp in the middle of the card was also available carded separately. The 3 non figural stamps, however, could only be purchased in this set. They are, Sprocket eyeing the Fraggle hole, a female Doozer on a jackhammer and Gobo running. The actual stamp images are shown on the sticker on each stamp's handle. The graphics on the front are the same as those on the individually carded figural stamps. The images on the card back are the same as those of the figural stamps.

Fraggle Rock Figural Rubber Stamps

Stampos Rubber Stamps made 4 separately carded figural stamps. The Gobo stamp and possibly the Red stamp could also be purchased in a special variety pack.

The character figure on the stamp's grip is made of latex rubber and weren't always given the most cared for paint job in regards to the figure's detailing. The back of the card shows what the actual stamped images of all 4 look like. Only, Gobo, Red, Sprocket and a Doozer were made in this series.

Fraggle Rock Non Figural Stamps

Stampos made a series of less attractive regular rubber stamps. These just consisted of a plastic handle with a sticker of the stamped image on its grip. The stamp is about 1 and a half inches tall.

The four stamps could be purchased separately and an additional 3 could only be found in a variety pack (listed above). The card package's graphics for this series had different art work than the figural set. The package size is the same as the figural stamps.

The individually carded stamp series included Gobo playing his guitar, Red diving, Sprocket in his bed and a Doozer with a bull horn. The actual stamped image of each stamp can be seen on the packages' back.

Fraggle Rock Paint-A-Figurine (1985)

The Hasbro Paint-A-Figurines were 7 inch or so tall plastic statues that a child could paint by themselves with the supplied nontoxic acrylic paint and brush. Two were made in the series that were from Fraggle Rock: Doozers and Gobo Fraggle.

The back of the blister card the figurines were packaged on had a color by-numbers set of instructions along with pictures of the different characters they produced from other children's toy lines. Both Fraggle Rock versions are difficult to find on the collector market now but the Gobo figurine seems to be the most scarce of the two.

Fraggle Rock Paint By Numbers (1985)

This Fraggle Rock Paint By Numbers set from Hasbro comes with two picture to paint, a set of non toxic acrylic paints and a paintbrush.

The pictures are on cardboard with a sort of mock canvass coating to them. They measure at 8 x 10 inches. The first picture is a line drawing similar to the photo on the front of the box with Boober, Mokey and Wembley among some Doozers. The second is a nice picture of Red in mid-dive.

Fraggle Rock Pencil By Numbers (1985)

This set of Fraggle Rock Pencil By Numbers produced by Hasbro includes 6 fun pictures to color in with the set of colored pencils included inside the box. Each picture is 8 x 10 and come attached by perforations.

Of course, if you actually decide to follow the directions and color by the numbers, you'll wind up with a brown Sprocket and a completely blue Boober. This set in particular was sold in Canada and has both French and English instructions and text.

The set includes:

  1. Fraggle Five group shot
  2. Junior Gorg chasing Mokey
  3. A flustered Gobo fleeing from Sprocket
  4. Traveling Matt surveying the land
  5. Boober doing laundry with Doozers
  6. Wembley surrounded by a Doozer construction

Fraggle Rock Doll Patterns (1986)

Two different envelope packages of Fraggle Rock doll patterns were
produced by Butterick. One set shows how to make your own Red and Gobo Fraggle. The other is for Sprocket the dog.

If completed the two Fraggle dolls would measure approximately 21 inches tall and Sprocket would be 21 inches tall and 29 inches long. If these were to be made, they probably would be the best plush versions of Fraggle Rock characters in existence being the closest to actually looking like the puppet versions. Their clothes are removable and their hair is far better that the hair used for any of the mass produced dolls. Gobo's hair could stand to be a little longer but that could be easily customized. Some Fraggle collectors would fork out the radishes to own a finished set of these Fraggles!

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Nick Bondra, Cindy Chapman and Phillip Chapman


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