Friday, August 27, 2010

Owl Fettish

So, what is it with baby owls...
[image found here]
Why are they so dang cute?
I mean they have fluffy little bodies, big heads and HUGE eyeballs!!!...not to mention the ability to emulate demon-possessed Regan and turn their heads all the way around!
[image found here]
I digress...they are stinkin' cute!!!
So, I decided to cash in on their cuteness and everyone else's fettish with the little feathered fellas.
The orders keep rolling in for these owl pinafore sets.

Besides, it gives me lots of practice on my curved sewing.

Let me just say how very very thankful I am for my serger!

These outfits just wouldn't turn out the same without being able to use my serger!

Now available in my main etsy shop

And, if you want some of the fabric for yourself, I've got two varieties available

100% cotton quality quilting fabric
You can find both in my new etsy shop at a new lowered price!!
Get some while it lasts!!



trish said...

Oh Jenn, those are *the* cutest pictures! I cringed when I saw "you know who" ... her head spinning around in circles freaked me out when I saw that movie as a child. :o) Creepy huh?! :o)
Your fabric is just so stinking cute! I really like your Etsy header too. Beautifully done. :o)
I hope you are having a great start of your weekend ... is the pizza in the oven? Mine is heading that way right now.
love. Trish

Seams Inspired said...

I love those owls! Waitin' on payday so I can splurge. Shhh...don't tell Andrea at TraintoCrazy. I'm supposed to be taking her De-Stash Challenge ;o) Thanks for sharing. Happy Sewing! :o)

Larri at Seams Inspired

Quilting in My Pyjamas said...

I'm not usually an animal fabric person, but I've been seeing owls everywhere and have been dying to get some.

I think your owl pinafores are pretty much the cutest things ever. So how have you survived Ramen week? Bet you enjoyed that pizza!

Pokey said...

Your fabrics turned out the best in baby dresses here! Love the fabric in the owls and the photos. Great post!

Homemade Quilts by Granny said...

I liked the owl fabric's so much I have a post about them......I'm not saying anymore you'll have to visit to see.Trish

Melisa Nichols said...

Hi! Your post caught my eye as the second photo in it is not a real owl, but one of my soft sculptures that I created using recycled fur... I'm glad you enjoyed the photo and I take it as a compliment that it was included in your post :) Hugs, Melisa

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