Hmong Boy

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.

New Hmong Pillow

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!

Caydi

Okay! My final post for tonight before I head to bed. My newest pillows were made the other night and yesterday morning. I believe they are my cutest yet. Yesterday after showing it them to my husband, he told me I should definitely give it a name! Giving it a name would be a great idea, but what?

This morning I woke up around 7am from a strange dream. I laid in bed for a while just thinking about it and before I knew it I was debating if I should try to sleep some more since it is my last day before going to work again or should I get up and research names for my pillow. Hmm…the questions in life. I got up!

I surf the internet and came upon some beautiful names but none of them seemed good enough. After messing with letters I happily settled with Caydi. Everyone, I’m pleased to introduce to you, Caydi!

Image 1 – My vector image I created. Image 2 – My first try from the other night. Caydi is quite wrinkly I must say! She took me about 6 hours to make. Image 3- Caydi made yesterday morning, roughly made in about 4.5 hours.

They are both 16×16 and I’m very happy with the outcomes. I am thinking about making a pillow for every month but that’s just a thought!

Elly

In 2006 I created and designed a little “doll”. It was actually just a digital piece of artwork but I wanted to share it on here. I’m sharing it because at the time when I made it I was so excited just to make it. That’s how I feel about my sewing right now. It’s exciting! My doll probably took me a whole month to make. I drew it, vectored it, painted it and repeated the cycle over and over again. After working on it for so long, one day I felt I had absolutely nothing else I could do for it, and I called her finished. I was so proud of myself. 🙂 Oh yes, and then I named her Elly and here she is. Isn’t she sweet?

Lately I started thinking about her again. To this day, I feel like she is my greatest accomplishment yet in artwork! =D I want my sewing to be the same. I want to keep pushing myself to see what I can make!