Here in the Houston area we have 2 local celebraties.....Dim n Wit The Fairy Brothers. I am lucky enough to be friends with both of the guys and have been make parts of Dim's costumes for the past couple of years.
They go to most of the local conventions and Ren Fairs and charities. The Brothers have big hearts and give out free hugs to any who want them. They have even been in the media:
Houston Chronicle: http://www.houstonchronicle.com/life/article/Once-upon-a-time-two-lumberjacks-became-fairies-11290129.php
Here are some of the shirts and other items I've made for Dim:
(sorry its blurry)
Here is Dim in one of the shirts:
I am so glad that I get to help keep these characters going even if it is only a small part. Each shirt takes me about 2 1/2 days to do. Dim picks and buys his own fabrics and I get to turn them into fairy magic.
Monday, July 31, 2017
Monday, June 5, 2017
Here some of the specialty dice bags that I have done and can do again.
Wookie, I have an open mouth and closed mouth design.:
Still on the embroidery machine with the stabilizer still on it:
Severed Goblin Heads 2 styles, with and without the bloody neck stump:
Monster bag with teeth and tongue, this was a custom for someone but it turned out soo cute:
And an original design that I like to call My Furry Friends:
Origami bags. These bags are reversible. When you reverse it, the flap will be on the inside. Depending on how I sew them, the pockets could be on the inside or the outside:
Round multi pocket bags either with our without ruffle. Or as I like to say, with a ruffle or a pucker. The ruffled bag holds less than the puckered bag. The inside circle on the ruffle is smaller and there is more fabric on the edge.
If you have any questions or you would like a custom, email me at email@example.com
I have had a whole lot of life happen. I started focusing on my business. I am sewing dice bags for gamers now. I love doing this. I get to go to conventions and meet great people.
I have also been doing artwork, string art, jewelry and more. Here are some pictures of various conventions I've gone to (Or stores who featured me as a local artisan) in no particular order: