skwurlilala asked: Your art is blowing my mind right now. Im totally infatuated with your sewing and sketches both. The amazing detail you put into your passion is awe-inspiring and beautiful. Thank you for sharing something so lovely with us. Its truly an inspiration.

Wow, thanks :)!

Not had much time to pick this up lately but we’re getting there!

catbrambles asked: Just wanted to stop by and say how wonderful I think your work is! Truly gorgeous, all of it. Thanks for making things that make me smile <3

Thank you :)

stephaniepepper asked: Hi! First of all, I want to say your embroidery work is really, insanely, impressive and lovely! Anyway, I wanted to ask a few questions... 1. Do you use a heat marker to transfer the image onto your fabric before you start embroidering? and 2. Have you ever thought about creating replicas of your original embroideries on a digital embroidery machine? Perhaps it would be beneficial to sell replicas (plus save a lot of time), especially if you want to keep your original works. Thanks!

Thank you :) I use vanishing fabric markers like this one. I’ve never really been interested in replicating my work on machines, mainly because for me the appeal of my work is that it can’t be fully replicated by a machine - the stitches layer over each other in a way machines can’t duplicate so they’d come out looking flatter than they should. 

The long dark night of sewing the ears is finally over.

<3

ececokyuce asked: You are such a talented person!! I just discovered your blog and I'm in love with it. Wish you'd have a video. I'd love to see your technique!

I don’t really have anything good enough to record such a video, and I think I wiggle around too much when working too, but I’m thinking of doing a time lapse for my next piece, not quite the same but I think it’d still be interesting to watch :)

A tiny friend to sew next week

gerbilover asked: What was the first thing you ever made? Do you still have it?

I do!

It’s a copy of Lauri Faggioni’s Golden the Pony Boy from The Science of Sleep. Her work in that film is what inspired me to start sewing :)