My embroidery skills are nonexistant so I had to glue felt on his face. I also did not have any dark eyes so I used yellow. I had no red satin so I used velour. Finances are tight so instead of purchasing the design at Urban Threads I used one I already owned. BTW, I want to say thank you to Urban Threads for the adorable idea and tutorial. You Rock
I don't know why I keep making stuffed toys. I am a grown woman for heaven's sake. Anyway, here is a little bear that came out of total boredom. For some reason the eyes look uneven in the photos but they really aren't.
I gave my daughter a serger for Christmas. Today I decided to make her a cover. If something could possibly go wrong it did. I am not thrilled with the results but will send it to her anyway. I had to fit it to my serger which is a different brand. *sigh..one of those days*
I made this quilt for my youngest granddaughter. The Raggedy Ann in the middle is a doll I simply cut in half. I made up the pattern. I hope you like it. Thanks for looking. Sorry the photos are so dark.
I made this for my older daughter who has decorated her home in a western theme. It is made with scraps from sewing projects. It was my first try following a pattern. It has one blaring mistake but she has never admitted to noticing it.
I am a basketball nut and my team is the Orlando Magic. I found this set consisting of the basketball socks in a change purse. The change purse was half ball and the rest clear plastic. I cut off the basketball part to use as the hat and salvaged the zipper like a good little go greener. I hope you like the little guy.