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A Flying Gnome

A Flying Gnome

I just finished up a Stuffy swap where the assignment was to create a winged creature stuffy. I found a cute gnome ornament pattern from Skip and Scatter’s blog that I edited to turn into a stuffy, plus I added a pair of wings (what’s more magical than a gnome, you say? a gnome with … Continue reading

Sewing Tales (for the week)

Sewing Tales (for the week)

It’s Day Two for the Sewing Tales Book Blog Hop! Here is who is participating in today’s blog posts, plus the rest of the week’s posts. TUESDAY: Nov 5th Sabra Gubler – Sew a Straight Line Amber Carillo – One Shabby Chick Caroline Hulse – Sew Caroline Amy Friend – During Quiet Time WEDNESDAY: Nov … Continue reading

A Sweet Little Monster

A Sweet Little Monster

I signed up for a swap called “Adopt a Little Monster,” and I have to make a little monster (sewn, felt, crocheted, or knit). I sketched out a couple ideas and decided to try one out. Meet One-Eyed Kitty Bird, a sweet little monster with bird feet, a kitty body, and one big eye. She … Continue reading

Edgar & his plushie chums

Edgar & his plushie chums

Here are some recent creations that have been keeping me busy. This big grey cat (whom I have named Edgar) has beanies in his bottom third so he stands up nice and tall, all by himself. He is over a foot tall. I kind of love him– a lot. His forlorn expression makes me think … Continue reading

New Raccoon Stuffy

New Raccoon Stuffy

Just wanted to show you a couple pictures of the prototype of a new raccoon stuffy I made. I drew the racoon in Illustrator, then had the fabric printed through Spoonflower. I stitched him together & stuffed him and now the Wee One has a new cuddly friend! This guy was printed on organic cotton … Continue reading

New Stuffy Designs

New Stuffy Designs

I made a series of kitty dolls over a year and a half ago that I really love. They have movable legs and arms that swing like ballerina dancers doing amazing pirouttes. I really love them but they take a while to put together. So recently I thought I would try redesigning some simpler versions … Continue reading