Wednesday, April 30, 2014

My new home habitants

We inevitably become mature people but anyone stays a child forever. Anyone want to forget about old friends from childhood but another one needs reminding from that time to be happy in the mature life. Decorative softies could back you in your cozy and easy-going childhood. Please meet my new soft habitants.

My hubby helped me to make photos when we traveled to small town St.Albas. All my softies made from the cotton fabric and eco-friendly filling. The size of rooster is 47 sm. Many thanks for rooster pattern to its maker, Unfortunately I don't know who made rooster pattern I found it long time ago on the Internet.

The baby sheep is very petite, all my family members love it. It's just 23 sm. It's able to sit and stay. The body pattern is mine, the head pattern I took from Pretty toys pattern. 

And the baby doll is named Autumn. The idea isn't mine but pattern I made my own. I used a cotton stretched fabric for its body and head.

This baby cow wasn't in the big trip with us. It's left at home. It can stay and sit. Pattern isn't mine, many thanks for it to an author.

It's not the end. I've already made a bunny pattern. The photos and the pattern in my blog soon. Thanks for your reading. See you.


Saturday, April 26, 2014

Make my new home cozy

      So we found a new place for living. This is a beautiful area in the Hills District, Sydney. There are many lovely houses and plants around here. I think everyone who lives here is happy to see this scenery every day. There are orange trees near roads, vivid gardens everywhere and I decided to reflect all my impressions on the pillow.

     I used here many things which were new for me. Usually I make a picture with painting or cross stitching but I've wanted to try Rococo method of stitching in this case. It was really interesting experience. When I looked for a Rococo style description the Internet I  met  many photos with vintage Rococo and was so impressed how popular it is. I joined fans.  Here it is my result that I've got.

May be my experience will be useful. Thanks for reading. See you soon in Cozzyland.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Brief introduction

I'm Julia. I'm from Russia. I've been in Australia for 9 months so l appologize for my weak English, it's temporarily :-). Since l was young l used to making anything by hand : painting, stitching, sewing, knitting and etc. When l lived in Russia I didn't have enough time to do it because of my job. Now my family and I live in Australia and I'm a housewife yet so all the excited things are available for me.  Australia is famous for its craftsmen. I've met a lot of new and interesting things in guilting and knitting when my family and I travelled around.  My hubby told me if I'm so interested in handcrafting I can get a lot of experience and share my own one via a blog. Hope you'll enjoy to spend time here:-).