This was the last fellow that I finished up before the Providence Show. In the end, he never even made it out of the storage box. That’s the way it goes.
Yes, that is a boar on his chest. With some rabbits above and a lady goddess coming out of his pants!
I bought a bag of mixed buttons last fall and there are lots of good ones to choose from. This button matches his early 1900′s look.
His hair and beard are a black and grey mix.
Ruins on his back-
I am working very hard to get everything into my Etsy shop. I should be done today. Also, I will be working for at least another week so if there is something you want before Christmas, I might have time to make it happen. Send me an email- email@example.com.
A girl and a boy yellow dog.
I think she has a little mouse look.
Oh my- angora ears! So so soft.
I’m back from Providence where I had a terrific weekend. (If I have time, I will do a separate post about it.) I tried to do a blog post from there but wasn’t able to and too distracted to try too hard. So here are a few more pieces that got finished before the show. Two boy dogs-
The dolls are back in the etsy shop, and I am adding the ones that I hadn’t listed yet. It might take a while!
Someday I am going to finish up my pattern for these little pups. A grey girl and a black curly girl.
She has a prim little collar.
This little curly haired pup is so so soft- cashmere and angora!
Yes, that is George peaking out from our Lumberjack’s shirt.
I’m heading down to Providence tomorrow to set up for the Art Providence show. I’m in booth 508. I have a few free tickets if you plan to come. Email me if you are interested- firstname.lastname@example.org. First come, first serve.
I am trying to make sure I have a good range of dolls for the show in Providence so I am all over the place! A reminder- my etsy shop will be closed for dolls (but not patterns) while I am doing the show- so that will mean Friday through Sunday. Then on Monday I will refresh the shop.
These 2 fish are made from very graphic fabrics that I’ve had for a long time. I could never find the right project for them. The fish are my use-anything project!
I’m making up some fresh fish for next weekend in Providence.
I will be showing my work next weekend (Dec. 8 & 9) at the Art Providence Holiday Show. I would love to meet you if you are in the area.
I am working as hard as possible to fill my booth. After the show, I will restock my etsy shop and continue working until Christmas. It is that crazy busy time of year!