Funky Frilly Furry craft studio offers a variety of personalized gifts and textiles for home and fashion. We create funky iPod/ iPhone/ MP3 player socks and pouches, fabric bags, teapot/cup cosies, tissue holders, fabric brooches, cushions, fabric notebook/ NDS covers, etc.
Finally I came round to create some soft toys and launch my Etsy shop. As raggies are quite popular I decided to experiment with some other shapes. You can find my Etsy shop here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/FunkyFrillyFurry#
First part of the holiday project was a covered album, the second was a project I found in another cool craft book, the name I still need to find, and it is basicly embroidering on paper:) I used watercolour paper and embroidery thread. Made two pictures already- one of a girl with an umbrella and one of a flower. the third is of a portrait but it still half stitched. So photos later:)
The third fitting has arrived! Just wished to feel better and be able to stay till the end. Thought I managed to make that amazing hoodie in just couple of hours with a perfect piece of fabric and cool project from http://yourstylerocks.com . Thanks to Carrie for the amazing event and Chris for sweet photos.
And so there they are:) A a three piece black dress- green bodice, black a line skirt still without the fuffle and a short black top altered from a gipsy top. Part of the Gothia project for Sadmoons. The green Alice in Wonderland dress made at the second Stitch Lounge and a "non-angel" party dress turned nightie due to the sheerness. Two more to come later.
And here we've got a couple of tea cosies I made. The one with writing is for a friend who left our workplace, The blue one is a birthday present for a close friend (the picture is drawn with fabric crayons, hope he remembers to iron it before washing:). The orange is an order for a colleague's friend- finished with a lovely flower and made-myself bias tape:) More on their way:)
Well, well, I have to admit I abandoned my own blog for a while...:( Time to update with a couple of things I've been up to. First was a project of a tuggie for my friend's and later for my cousin's baby. This is one of those projects you want to be very precise, choose the best and cosiest fabrics and check 10 times if you removed all the pins. Later on you just hope the baby will enjoy it. The photos are from the latest project. I have to admit I am refusing to do them in blue and pink. Why just not to pick another colour:)