Saturday, February 19, 2011

Tiny Felt Teddy

Our local Church craft group has started the year already & this tiny teddy was our first project. He is so adorable with his flowers & bead trim. Stuffed with a little wadding, he would be perfect with lavender placed inside him & hung on a coathanger or in a draw to release his lovely perfume. Even used as a small gift idea - what could be more perfect..


Another particularly pretty set with green frogs worked in grub stitch. An unusual idea but very visually effective.


I have been very busy this past month, hence no blog notations. These little grow suits are just perfect for working grub insects to liven them up. This one is done with ladybirds in bright red & black. The hat & growsuit are a wonderful gift idea for the newborn in the family.

Cherry Sunsuit

This was a lovely little set to put together. I have used the same bloomer fabric for the heart applique on the t'shirt & added a red bow for a trim. This looks adorable on a newborn..

Welcome to Allsewsmocking - here is Perfect Miss DD (one of my adorable grand-daughters).

Welcome to Allsewsmocking - here is Perfect Miss DD (one of my adorable grand-daughters).
Matching smocked mopsy hat & dress


If you have any questions, please feel free to ask. I would love to hear your comments on my work or perhaps one of the "babies" in the pictures. These special babies are the handy work of Janan who is a very clever USA reborning artist & does custom orders on request....... pop into her web site - links on the right - & check out the beautiful babies.

What a pleasure it is to sew & smock for the clever artists who create these lifelike 'babies'... amongst my valued customers is Selena Saxton of Toowoomba Australia who is very well known in the reborning industry for her original ideas in presentation & doll creativity.... well done Selena, it is wonderful to sew your designs...

Ordering Custom Clothing.

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