Show you old school style with this swanky cassette tape pin!
This brooch measures 2 1/4 inches wide and 1 1/2 inches tall. It is all hand sewn from felt, buttons and embroidery thread. A nickel plated steel bar pin attached to the back. Available on Etsy.
Here comes the perfect accessory for Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead. It’s a hand sewn sugar skull pin!
This brooch measures 2 1/2 inches wide and 2 inches tall. It is all hand sewn from felt, beads, buttons and embroidery thread. A nickel plated steel bar pin attached to the back. Available on Etsy.
Mustaches rule! Especially a handlebar mustache.
This handmade pin measures 2 1/2 inches wide and 3/4 inches tall. It is hand carved from wood and rubbed with 4 coats of tung oil for a lustrous shine. A nickel plated steel bar pin is attached to the back. Available on Etsy.
Show your love of delicious deep fried donuts with this beaded felt brooch! Comes complete with pink icing and glass bead sprinkles. Available on Etsy.
Show your love of meat with this handsome T-Bone Steak Brooch! Heads will turn when you show up at a fancy dinner party wearing this fashionable beef jewelry. Available on Etsy.
I’ve been working on some repeating patterns. My first one is sushi pop art. Right now it’s available as wrapping paper, but I have plans in the works for fabric. I just need to get some test swatches printed so stay tuned!
One of these things is not like the other, well it sort of is! This cute wall hanging banner features three hearts, one of them just happens to be an anatomical human heart. This would make a fun room decoration that is sure to get some double takes!
Available in my Etsy Shop.
When I was first working with felt I had a heck of a time trying to get the shapes I wanted cut out precisely. I used cardboard cutouts and my trusty rotary cutter for straight lines, but anything else was a pain in the you know what. I tried everything including straight pins and disappearing ink (that didn’t disappear) fabric pens to no avail. Luckily I found this handy tutorial over on Wee Folk Art! All you need is some wide packing tape!
Cut out your paper pattern leaving a little bit of space around the cut line and tape around all the edges on top of your piece of felt.
Cut out your shape along the pattern line and admire your perfectly cut felt!