Very fancy pants!
All the skeletons-
I posted this on Instagram and people remarked on the bull… hmm. I thought it was a cow and that lady is maybe milking her? I will have to pull out the fabric (if I have any left) and see the bigger picture!
I was getting pretty brave with that beard fabric, right?!
One more to go after this fellow!
He is pretty classic with his red and black shirt.
In this photo, you can see the faux-persian lamb texture of his hair. This wool fabric was from my mom’s fabric collection. I remember that it was from a coat she made- I disassembled it to save the usable parts. She used the fabric as a very subtle and classy extra zing on the pockets and collar of a black cashmere coat. I use it for lumberjack hair. In the way of how my mom bought fabric, I also have a white piece of the same fabric that she never cut into. I haven’t found anything to use it for yet either but I’m sure I will someday.
It’s pumpkin time! The porch is getting it’s fall look and this lumberjack fits right in.
His hair is made of knit alpaca, sent through the washing machine. The alpaca makes those amazing shaggy bits, all along the edges- suitable for scruffy beards and snowy owls.