February….

February 5, 2009

sisters

sisters

It’s very cold here, about -20 degrees.. we have been spending a lot of time indoors snuggled up in blankets.  These are two sweet little dolls I made for two sisters birthday gifts.  They have beautifully soft alpaca wool hair.

Waldorf Mermaid Doll

Waldorf Mermaid Doll

This mermaid is one I started working on in December, she has beautiful hair.. slub wool and bits of handspun beauty blended in.

needlefelting

needlefelting

M has been busy needle felting.. mushrooms of course 😉  We all spent a few days with sore bellies sleeping the day away on the couch.  Of course M got better first and wanted to keep busy!

sewfunky doll sling

sewfunky doll sling

Perfect for Valentine’s Day ❤

This is a cranberry hemp adjustable doll sling with an appliqued tie-dyed heart (tie-dying by Julia of course) modelled by my reluctant little princess and her snow leopard that we have to take everywhere 😉

This month is M’s 5th birthday she is wanting a special mermaid doll with pink and purple hair and blue and purple eyes.. I have the perfect handspun wool for it and I’m looking forward to making it.  I also have some beautiful new sling fabric’s that I just need to take photos of to get up on my website.  If only I had a baby to model them with or a mannequin that actually stood upright!  Stay warm everyone 🙂

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Sunny Days

November 5, 2008

I can’t even say my thankfulness for the results of last nights election! 

I have been so very busy playing catch up this past month, I spent much of September and October very, very sick.  And I’m the kind of person that never gets sick or ever takes medicine.  Basically I will be sewing day and night until Christmas is over and then some!  Thankfully I am totally in the mood to sew and get organized 🙂

This is a sweet doll for my good friend’s little one.  She is heading over to the East Coast to meet her this holiday season.  She has beautiful blonde mohair boucle locks and a sunshine hand knit dress!  The beautiful tie dyed silk scarf in the background is made by the very talented Julia of Greencocoon

Waldorf Doll for Ivy

Waldorf Doll for Ivy