I love this toile. I know I say that every time I make something out of it! It just has so many fun images to work with. Rabbits, a lady archer goddess, a boar…
and then a farm scene on his back!
Not to mention a swan on one arm and an elephant on the other.
I love his face. Sometimes that just happens.
This is Day of the Dead plus Christmas- interesting, right? I love the fabric and it has so many separate images that I can design around.
The Three Kings and the Madonna on his arm.
Here is a close-up of his hair fabric-
Thinking up new and original titles for these posts is not a skill that I possess. Anyway, another handsome man for October-
His beard and hair are brown with black dots.
It can be a challenge to pick which image goes on the front and which on the back when I’m working with such perfectly amazing fabric!
This fine fellow found a new home in Nashville. He was the last piece I finished before I left home.
I just got back home and will be listing all the available things in the next few days. I am happy to be home.
Red-haired man with tropical tattoos.
It’s a man with a mustache!
I love this fabric. It has so many wonderful little vignettes to choose to highlight.
One more day until I am off to Nashville and I’m working like crazy! This fellow is made with some new Day of the Dead fabric that has a Christmas theme.
Such an awesome toile and perfect for a sailor’s tattooed chest. I love this fabric. I got it off of Ebay- it was a 70′s linen curtain panel, never used, with it’s labels still on. Of course it wasn’t peachy colored; I over-dye to get the skin tones.
Here he is without his hat-
Other Sailor men I’ve made- here, here, and here.
Swoon! Such a handsome fellow!
This pictures shows some of the details- his knees! And what he has under that gorgeous kilt. Also, the little 3-holed glass buttons.