This kitty will not be blending in with the crowd! He’s popping!
This kitty has the softest cashmere sweater. Perfect for petting. And look at that bright striped vest! I had fun dressing this kitty fellow.
eta- All the kitties are now in my etsy shop.
Well, this kitty was a challenge. This houndstooth wool looked so perfectly kitty in the abstract but it ended up being very hard to make into a sweet-faced girl. The scale of the pattern drowned out the face details. I had to re-work it a number of times before I was satisfied.
Her coat is a nice teal-green linen- in a former life, my mom’s porch linen tablecloth. Love that.
I’m getting to the end of my vintage madras plaids. They’ve been fun to work with and so perfectly preppy.
He is also wearing a light-weight cashmere vest.
I love making the tiny friends.
Because Fall is right around the corner- although it doesn’t feel like it this week. We are having a hot week here in Boston.
Stripes and plaid? All good on a kitty!
Who needs Shark Week? It’s kitty week in this neighborhood!
She has a bright yellow linen jacket.
And a suspender skirt. There is a tiny book and some money in here purse.
She is the last one for now.
And here are all the ladies, out on the porch, enjoying the day.
Red, white and blue with stars- that’s fancy!
I like how the horse looks on her back.
I gave her earrings. Her hair is wind-blown, from being out on the ocean, you know.
I am working on 4 tattooed ladies. Here is the first.
She has a silk ribbon bow in her hair. I love this russet fabric with a printed subtle texture and now I am almost out of it. Does anyone know what it is? I want to see if I can track down some more.
She also has a silk ribbon at her waist, with a bow in the back. You can see the little star design on her clothes in the picture above.
Her arm tattoos-