Kathe Kruse, Stevie, Das Deutsche Kind, and Little Red Riding Hood

Kathe Kruse, Stevie, Das Deutsche Kind, and Little Red Riding Hood

The adorable Kathe Kruse doll invites children to play with her and to interact with her mummy. A charming invitation for playful interaction, the puppen kthe kruse doll is a perfect gift for little girls and boys of all ages. In this article, we will introduce these classic stories and discuss Kathe Kruse and Little Red Riding Hood. In addition, we’ll discuss Stevie, ”Das Deutsche Kind,” and Little Red Riding Hood.

Kathe Kruse

The 125th birthday of Kathe Kruse falls this year. This puppet maker is best remembered for her puppets that depict characters from the opera and plays. Although it is hard to tell whether the puppet is original or reproduction, it is likely that it is Carol. The stuffed animal wears her original Bleyle-Matrosenanzug and weisse leather shoes. She has a formgrained corper and braun hair, with bluish eyes.

After her death, Michael Kruse sold her company to Hape Holding AG, the world’s largest maker of sustainable wood playthings. The new owners aimed to expand the company’s product range and develop age-appropriate toys. Puppets by Kathe Kruse were sold in numerous Fachhandels around the world. Today, these pieces can be seen and heard in museums around the world.

Puppen by Kathe Kruse began life as window figures, and soon the company was invited to exhibit her puppets at an exhibition. Kathe Kruse, then just a twenty-year-old mother, was described by the press as an “Ei des Kolumbus”. With her Puppen, Kruse implemented some of her ideas for reformpadagogy. While the puppets were intended for children, they quickly grew in popularity.

The actress, born in 1918, was famous for her roles in many films. Puppen by Kathe Kruse were famously popular in Berlin cafe society. In fact, she was so famous that her own daughter, Sofie, was mass-geblich involved in the production. She wore the costumes and accessories, and her son Jochen took photos of her figures. She also posed them in various settings.

Little Red Riding Hood

The first doll introduced by Kathe Kruse was a Russian version of the popular fairy tale character, Little Red Riding Hood. Known as Rotkappchen in German and Krasnaya Shapochka in Russian, Little Red Riding Hood is one of the most well-known fairytale characters. The company’s Fairytale collection is composed of several different releases, including Little Red Riding Hood, which is part of the ‘Child of Fortune’ playdoll series. This release of Little Red Riding Hood features a remarkably soft body and is part of the Fairytale Collection.

This miniature doll from Puppen Kthe Kruse is six inches tall and features a porcelain head and cloth body. Her outfit is reminiscent of German dolls from the 1913 catalogs. A white cotton blouse with a lace collar is worn underneath her frock. The red and green vest matches her outfit and the apron is decorated with vintage-looking green lace.

This limited edition Red Riding Hood by Kathe Kruse is part of the 2006 collection. She features a porcelain head and stuffed cloth body. She comes with two additional outfits and a leather bag. In addition to her doll, this set includes a certificate of authenticity and a wooden wrist label. This collectible is guaranteed to bring joy to your home for years to come.


This handmade Kathe Kruse Puppet Stevie was made in Germany. She wears a wool pant, checked top, and red knit vest. She also wears a matching beanie. Made of light, hard plastic, the Puppet is ten inches tall and complete. It is rare to find a puppet in new condition. It would be great to give her as a gift, or to enjoy collecting them.

”Das Deutsche Kind”

”Das Deutsche Kind” is a 2017 German television drama directed by Umut Dag. It stars Murathan Muslu, Neshe Demir and Sue Moosbauer. They take on the role of a migrant child and deal with prejudice and worries. ”Das Deutsche Kind” is a highly entertaining and emotional watch. Here are a few of its highlights:


The “Traumerchen” is a weighted baby doll by Kathe Kruse, measuring about 21 inches tall. She is dressed in a white dress and hat with accents on the nostrils. There is no tag on the doll, and it is in excellent condition. The head and body are in good condition, but the torso is missing its left foot. The torso is a bit heavy for a doll her size, but that’s not an issue.

A visit to the museum in Donauworth, Pennsylvania, will allow you to see some of the many dolls Kruse created during her 100-year career. This museum was built from a private collection donated by Hanne Adler-Kruse and Heinz Adler. You can also view the production room and a film about the artist’s life. The museum’s permanent exhibition features many of Kruse’s famous dolls.

Kathe Kruse’s dolls

Some of the earliest dolls were modeled after the work of German artist Kathe Kruse. The dolls, which were designed by the artist, were then sold in department stores. After World War I, other artists started making dolls and they were often inspired by the works of Kathe Kruse. After WWI, France’s cloth doll industry began to boom and Stefania Lazarska, a Polish painter living in Paris, began creating artistic cloth dolls in her Montparnasse district art studio.

The role of the mother was seen as a creative, imaginative role by feminists, who sought to reclaim the role of women as cultural producers. The dolls, however, were also subversive devices that empowered their users to gain agency. They aimed to refashion the traditional roles of women by dressing them in a wedding gown of figured silk. Because of their realistic representations, these dolls served as an alternative to the strictures of legislation.