This one is made out of all knits. The orange stretched differently from the blue which gave this pup a slightly backward-leaning posture that I found funny.
This little doggie really cracks me up!
It’s been on my mind to do a dog with a black eye circle.
Another black and white dog but in a different order.
I am still catching up with the dolls I took to Washington DC! I’m back to work though so soon enough I will have some of the latest things.
He is an artist of the wander-out-in-nature variety. He has a portfolio on a strap, a sketch book inside, and a pencil in his pocket.
He has a cashmere scarf and sweater vest.
He is the last fox for now. Next up, tiny world pincushions.
A plaid fox because it is the perfect colors.
He is going out for a hike to do some amateur scientific research.
Here are his supplies from his backpack- a notebook and pencil, a map, a snack, and a bit of money.
Here is his gorgeous vest-
He is made from an interesting reclaimed wool fabric. I bought an old wool kimono type garment at a yard sale at a local Japanese School. It had some moth holes and worn spots so I felt guiltless cutting it up and giving it a new life. It has a very interesting textured weave.
First is the another thing.
CraftBoston Holiday is what I have been focused on and working towards. I will be setting up this coming Wednesday and the show opens on Thursday evening. The link will take you to a page with a discount code for entry. Come and visit if you can!
And now a Black and White friend for the girl kitty of yesterday.
And yes, we did have snow.
You know he’s a baddie because of the cigarette, right? I suspect that is an American cultural thing.
He is made from some of the hand-dyed (mimi-dyed) wool and so his color is variegated rusty red.
Here is a close-up of his wallet and newspaper-
And we continue with the foxes!
He is made out of a lovely bright orange wool, probably meant as a coat fabric. It is soft and dense and a dream to work with. The green wool plaid is from my trip to the Pendleton outlet when I was in Portland, OR. Great memories when I am sewing.