In my last post I mention I was planning on creating a small framed illustration of Caydi for my June craft/artwork however after multiple runs trying to get a FANTASTIC print, I broke my printer. T_T Poor printer, you’ve done a great job for the past three years! Rest now! ❤
So I’m currently in the process of looking for a new printer and considering it might be awhile before I buy one I’ve decided again to change my idea up!!! Ahh!!! =D
Hope all is well, good night WordPressers!
I’ve been enjoying my time making some minis of Caydi Cat.
Available for purchase at Etsy Shop.
For some reason our backyard has so many rabbits that they inspired me to create my own bunny design. WordPressers, I present to you Caydi Bunny plush!
I actually worked on these all day yesterday and some today. Took me quite a while…I was up to 3am just making these and I still wasn’t done. Well they are done now and I’m very please to share them! These Caydi Bunnies are approximately 5.5x2x4.5 inches and made from minky fabric with a bit of felt. I hope you like them! Find them at my Etsy shop for purchase.
I also now have mini 8×8 pillows of my Hmong Collection also listed at my Etsy shop.
Good night WordPressers!
WordPressers, I present to you the newest addition to my Hmong Pillow Collection, Hmong Boy! (Don’t you love the names I give to my pillows?) >_<
Compare to my very first original boy version, I didn’t change to many things but added more color to it. Hope you like. 🙂
Find this pillow at my Etsy shop.
A few posts back I mentioned possibly designing another pillow for my Hmong collection, and I did! Hope you like. 🙂
I also have one more pillow to share and hope to have it up by tomorrow. =]
Good Night WordPressers!
April showers do bring May flowers…and Caydi’s new pillow!
I used a range of charmeuse satin with a cotton flower print for this project. This pillow took me about 6 hours to make but I had so much fun making it. I had music playing in the background and was just having a sweet crafty sewing session! xP Hope ya’ll enjoy. 🙂
I’ve been working on a simple pillow design for awhile now and finally decided to give it a go tonight. The pillow is based off of a common design found on Hmong clothing, swirls. On Hmong clothing, the swirls are usually cross stitched and then sewn onto fabric. For this project I decided to appliqué swirls with satin and charmeuse. Here’s a sneak peak until I can finalize this pillow better. 🙂 Hope you like the rough draft!