Ok, ok, enough with the deep thing...time for some more inspiration in the form of Tamar Mogendorff - she makes beautiful handmade dolls - "the dolls are made from vintage fabric like old linen, antique embroidery and pashmina, among others."
I love that they are not 'perfect', with rough stitching and edges. I also like the neutral colours that she uses a lot.

13 Comments:

  1. capello said...
    Those are very inspirational, I especially like the mice (?) and sea horses.
    Veronica TM said...
    Those are beautiful! Thank you for sharing Julie!
    stephanie s said...
    oh yes, i like her things too...
    Wendy said...
    I love these. I bet you could create as beautifully as this.
    jane said...
    i love your style of sewing... and those little creatures in the second picture are oh so adorable!
    elisa said...
    How cute! The best things are made from the older ones, aren't they?
    gracia said...
    These are wonderful. I can't decide which ones I prefer, though I do keep going back to those two kissing swans... oh, and the sea horses too.
    take care, gracia
    (PS. Thanks for the link to me in your side bar too!)
    abby said...
    Oh yeah! I love this woman. I've been a bit obsessed with her for the past year. I must see some of her creations in real life.
    carolyn said...
    The seahorses are fantastic! Thanks for the peek and link to her work.
    Treats & Treasures said...
    The swans... Thanks for sharing!
    simple me said...
    Oh you also like Tamar Mogendorff...I came across her site a while ago but had forgotten about it.
    Thanks for reminding me.
    bjs
    Paula :)
    LJ said...
    Love these! The swans, so beautiful.
    cheers, louise
    Anonymous said...
    your work -- inspires --- the graceful lines of the swans neck --the irresitible seahorses and of course the protective clams gaurding their beautiful pearls!! --thanks so much codyrachel

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