Occasionally it seems that world is in pure chaos with nothing making sense, but that doesn't matter as long as I can sew. Sewing is a form of art, or at the very least creativity, and a form of expression. A great outlet for the tension of everyday life. Also you can make cute things. The craft revolution is truly taking place, old skills are being revived by a new generation, but with a seriously modern twist.
I've made Mario pillow cases, a giraffe print background, and turned duvet covers into summer dresses. I enjoy making something unique, special, and me- then I like wearing it and watching it fall to pieces or not fit properly. Then I enjoy (slightly less) fixing it.
One day I shall have a room filled with glorious fabrics and boxes of notions, and on that day I will have found my nirvana. But until then this blog will exist as my virtual haberdashery and sewing room. Hopefully you'll enjoy looking at my creations as much as I enjoy looking at other blogs, and you'll be inspire to make something of your own.
I have been mulling for a while about getting a door stop as my door closes itself which is very annoying. I put it off as I couldn't think of what to make but I stumbled across a picture of Snorlax.
Snorlax is a giant pokemon who sleeps and eats, he is in fact a key plot point in the early pokemon games as he blocks your path and you have to figure out how to wake him up. So he seemed like a good choice for something that's going to sit there blocking something.
I drew out Snorlax, cut out the individual pieces, then cut them out of the fabric. I sew the main body together and filled with rice.
Then I sewed the ears, arms, and feet and filled them with toy stuffing, and sewed them on to the body.