The big white flower-ish design reminds me of a lotus flower for some reason....
The fabrics were a gift from the fabulous Mary Stanley:
This is the whole piece I am working on....I am stitching the vintage kimono pieces on to wool.
As I am looking at this picture I see a "4" in the fabric! ;)
A little update on moon baby...
I decided in all my brillance to use a hot glue gun to attach one of the legs to the fabric and it snapped. So air dry clay is not going to work for me. Also, one of the hands fingers literally fell off!
ugh! I feel that with all the time I have put into it that I need something that will be durable, so I am going to look into using a more durable clay that must be fired. Any suggestions for a type of clay?
p.s. I did make repairs and will complete him once the new leg/hand dry.
Also, I have a small complaint: Why is it that 100% cotton stuffing is so hard to find? Corporate America has thrust upon us that yucky polyester fiber fill! Ok, I understand that some people think it is all that and a bag of chips, but I have found that the fibers literally poke through the fabric and there is nothing I really like about it.
If anyone has a suggestion where I could find 100% cotton fiber fill that is not going to cost $100 for a box...please let me know.
Thank you for listening....