One of my first childhood memories is of sitting on the floor playing with scraps of fabric. Sewing has been a part of my life ever since!
Crazy Quilting is one of my favorite projects, every quilt or scarf is unique!
These are such fun, its a great way to use leftover fabrics and even interesting clothing. Mine come in several different sizes with Warm N' Natural Cotton Batting, cotton fabric backing, and are tied in each corner with cotton yarn. They can go in the washer and dryer.
Frayed Edge Quilt
Cotton flannel fabric give these quilts their softness while Warm N' Natural batting gives them warmth. They more they are washed, the softer they get. I wash them after they are sewn so that they are nice and cozy for you to take home!
What baby does not want a patchwork quilt? I use pre-washed fabric, either polyester or cotton batting and cotton yarn in each corner.
Machine wash and dry.
My dolls are made without patterns - I just cut and sew!
No two are ever alike!
Cotton fabrics, polyester fillings, embellishments. Her hair is wool. She was fun to make, I think she looks like a queen.
Three little sisters, each one a little different. Cotton fabrics, polyfil stuffing, wool felted shoes. They want to stay together, so I am selling am selling as a set only.
Crazy Patchwork Cats
Cotton fabrics, hand-painted faces, polyfil stuffing. Each cat is hand-stitched with a variety of crazy stitches, buttons and finished with a retro fur collar.
Wool Teddy Bear
Recycled from sweaters, the materials are washed and slightly felted, a process called fulling. They have button joints and a hand- stitched scarf. I usually am only able to make one bear per sweater as I try to show the pattern on the sweater to it's best advantage.