Her name is Elly Fump.
On her right side she's made from Amy Butler upholstery print. On the reverse,
a Heather Bailey pattern.
Those legs? They're bits and pieces:
- an old maroon and gold-flecked paisley I once made cushions from- handmade, as in, I stitched every stitch by hand with a needle. This was in the days before I owned a sewing machine.
- a lovely terracotta polka dot
- a pink and brown oddment
- and the matching chocolate and white partner to the Heather Bailey print on the reverse side
Elly Fump's coming with me to the Shirt and Skirt Market this Sunday. It's meant to be a lovely day - 23 degrees and no rain until later in the afternoon. Hooray, because I hate it when it rains on market days!
And the best part about Elly Fump? I think it's that lovely pink pom-pom tail.