I posted it (and all of its imperfections) on Penny's Pincushion Parade.
Thanks Penny for posting the tutorial. Love it!
|ignore the hay and lint.|
|My label, complete with a thimble sewn in! |
It's these extra special touches that mean so much.
|The black dotted fabric is done in layers and is not attached to the foundation.|
This is one of my favorites.
|His head could move, if I hadn't tacked it down. |
Although, this did go to a 5 year old boy, it may not even have a head now.
|His teeth are rick-rack. His right lower leg moves!|
|His left lower leg moves, too!|
|The orange colored part is 3D, it is not attached to the foundation either.|
That 'fin-like' thing is really cool. The technique is awesome.
Click on picture for close-up. It's kind of textured, maybe
it is called pintucking?
|Pattern is from Majestic Splendor ... Got the kit from here.|
Edit: The pattern design is from a company called Mount Redbout designs, their Majestic Splendor line.
|The apron even has 2 pockets!|
|The picture is crooked. oops.|
|Oz fabric line from Moda.|
|close-up of quilting|