Meet Samantha a 12 inch tall to the top of her pointy hat and handmade from coffee stained and painted muslin.
Sam has a coffee stained muslin face hand drawn with artists pencils and sealed to protect it from fading and dust.
She has an orange cloth body with matching arms and her hands are coffee stained muslin. Her legs are a striped cotton fabric in shades of orange and red.
er hair is a red fiber yarn that I made then cut into the best style to accent her face. Sam wears a witchy hat in red tied with variegated yarns of Lime green, blue, white and pink.
Her Dress was hand stitched from designer fabric that has spiders and spider webs on it and a lot of hand stitching .
Sam is $55.00 and available on Etsy
In shades of Orange and Black for Halloween we have six little primitive 3 inch star bowl fillers.
Each one is handmade from designer fabric and would make a great ornament for a tree or displayed in a bowl just $10.50.
I can add hangers on them if you tell me the length of the hanger that you need. Just ask.
The six will come packaged in a cello bag tied with homespun material and a Halloween hang tag.
****Sorry the leaf bowl does not come with the stars***
To see more Halloween decor click here to go to Etsy
This year I am going to try to stay on top of things here on this blog and showcase some of my work that is available to purchase on Etsy. These are my original Scaredy Halloween Cats! Three 4 by 3 inch black scaredy cat faces made from coffee stained muslin that was painted.
There are also three 4 inch by 3 inch candy corn that were made from muslin and painted then stitched with black embroidery thread.
These cats would love to come to your home and sit in your Halloween bowl!
There was a free small version of this pattern in the Holiday Crafts Magazine on the right side column.
These are $15.00 available on my Etsy shop
This past weekend I lost a great friend...Melissa Zietz also, know as the Santa Lady. Known for her beautiful dolls, patterns and wonderful Santa's. We worked for many years on the same website and we were in magazine ads together. She will be greatly missed by all her family and friends.
To read more about Melissa please click on the link