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Just in time for the Hobbit, order by December 10, 2013 and I will do everything in my power to get these to you by December 13, 2013, contact me if you need special (not international) shipping to receive it in time and I’ll make a special listing for you.
Forest Fairy Green and Brown Earrings - $9 +s&h
Forest Fairy Green and Brown Bracelet - $17 +s&h
Forest Fairy Package Deal - $23 +s&h
Also taking custom orders.
everything is happening so much right noooowwww
LOOK! *incoherent ramblings* JOHN! SHERLOCK! NÄCKEN!LOCK BUN! EMBROIDERY THREAD! It’s all so perfect I may have to lie down for a bit. Then there will be nudity and red pants.
Seriosuly Stitchy, they are BEAUTIFUL. You amazing, talented, wonderful person you. Thank you so, so much.
awww cuties in their new home with their new pet kitty (and swede, too, i guess) :P <3
*highfives sarah* perfect!
So a while ago, Stitchy double dog dared me to make a Martin Crieff tea cozy. She drew some sketches and threw down the gauntlet. It has already been established that I can’t turn down a double dog dare so when I got some free time this weekend I got to work on one of her designs. However, I added a bit more gold braid, because I think that’s what Martin would have wanted. Available now at my store.
There’s about a week left to order before I close the store for my Christmas holidays, so get your orders in now if you want things before January!
This Monday’s One Bun: Bunnydict Sparklebatch
I’ll be GIVING HIM AWAY Wednesday morning, and if you want a crack at him, reblog to enter (◕x◕✿). To keep an eye on future One Buns, follow Buneesi!
*made by > The Stitchy Button <, purveyor of fandom bunnies and dolls*
I made a 2-d art version of this, but I don’t consider myself a master of that in any way shape or form. I do however, consider myself to be a damn-fine, card carrying seamstress. I started sewing dolls and drawstring bags when I was 3, and dabbled in store-bought patterned garments and quilts, costumes, and puppets made with my mother for my entire life. I decided for the purposes of this timeline only to include things I patterned and built myself.
Half way through highschool I knew I would be going into theatre tech, so I started to experiment with my own patterns. I was crazy proud of this ill fitted travesty of a jacket. And really into applique. (spoilers: I still am)
By popular demand…. My very first two sewing projects (age 3?) and first quilt, some time after.
i was…..really into cats.