Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Bernarda bunny(adopted)

11 inches (27.9 centimeters)

Bernarda is a soft colourfull bunny, made of first quality schulte mohair.
I have handdyed the mohair to make pretty matching colours.
She is 11" (27cm) high, ears included.
Bernarda is stuffed with exelsior wood wool and some steel pellets to give extra weight.
She has a paper vintage flower in her hand and some pretty assorted ribbons around her neck.
She is OOAK

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Two new kittens(adopted) and a giveaway

I have been working on a new pattern, and am pleased with the result, Here they are, Pussycat(grey) and Pinky Pussman

The poodle dog I would like to offer as a giveaway, I have bought it a few years ago, with the intention of restoring it,
But I have this dust allergy and don't really want to do it anymore.
However it is a cute vintage toy, and when you like doing this you could refill and restore him. He has to be washed etc, and refilled with new exelsior.
Please let me know, when you would like to do this and convince me to give him to you!
All you would have to pay is the shipping, That would be 15USD to Belgium, 20USD Europe and 25 USD everywhere else.

Bye, I hope I find someone

Monday, August 6, 2012


10 inches (25.4 centimeters)

Hello, here is Emilio.
Emilio is made of longer pile schulte mohair, that is handdyed, in a kind of old pinkish brown.
He has handpainted glass eyes and is fully jointed with cotter pins.
He has knitted vintage pants.
He is stuffed with polyester fiber and some steel shot to give extra weight.
He is OOAK
gently aged

available on "etsy"

Saturday, August 4, 2012

Tasty and colourful Paris.

I'm on a diet, And we went to Paris for 2 days. Not easy!!!
I love those pretty shop windows, with the pretty food and other colourfull things.
Those limonade syrop bottles reminded me of my teddy bears! :)

We met Ellen Liss and her husband there, a sweet American lady, who makes such pretty bears, her blog is called Ellifolks and her website is "here"
The clock in musee d'orsay reminded me of that movie Hugo.
It was a lovely short trip.