Friday, June 10, 2011

Friday WIP - Mermaids

I finished my swap piece from my freak out the other day so was able to move on to another project. I've had an idea for a jointed felt mermaid doll sketched and cut out for a while now. I sewed and stuffed and jointed them and am pretty happy with the pattern. They are only basic bodies, a prototype to work out an idea but with embellishment and hair they could be pretty fun, so well we'll see.
I'm thinking of selling my dolls under a different name than I do my plush. Something more descriptive of the dolls. Any advice on this is very welcome!


Kaerie Faerie said...

love your mermaids, and the jointed tail is great, use your favorite bird or animal name

ittybittyandpretty said...

gosh you're clever!! i would love to be able to create such master pieces. as for a hard. perhaps you could keep part of your old name like sweet'n'sassy fabric dolls but better than that of course.
good luck, no matter what you call them they are amazing

Moriah Betterly said...

I love the jointed tails! Awesome!

yoborobo said...

They are so cool! And I am thinking the same thing. Actually, I am thinking I need a complete overhaul (art-wise, etsy-wise), but I was thinking that my dolls should be somewhere else than my plushies. Or maybe I should just FOCUS. lol!! (Not likely.) I'm not very good at shop names. Try googling stuff, it can help you make a list of ideas. xox Pam

oldblackcatboo said...

Wow! How cool! and I love the one with her hands woven together in front of her!
I haven't finished my first cup of coffee so my brain isn't really working properly yet but let me think...hmmm
Sassy Lita's Dolls? LOL! Just kidding...I think.
I'll have to get back to ya! :)
XOXO - Cindi

Finding Charm said...

I like the hands folded and the jointed tail.


Love your marvelous mermaids!

duendes said...

your blog is very cute!!!

Evelyn Santiago said...

I love these mermaids and I really like how you've jointed their tails.

Wendy Wright said...

Your mermaids look great!!:) I love the name sweet n' sassy as ittybitty mentioned.


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