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Sailing Ship with three masts Paper Mache handmade

This is a completely handmade item. This ship is made of papermache and it's sails are made of muslin. This ship stands eighteen inches high and is twelve inches long. It is a one of a kind piece. It can be stood on fabric as shown or hung from the ceiling with fishing line!

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Ann Wood ( http://handeyemagazine.com/content/bird-woman-brookyn )

very nice mice : pattern and instructions (and it’s free!)

Make a sweet felt mouse with this free sewing pattern.

mending, tiny pants, a blue owl, and other travel sewing – ann wood handmade

mending, tiny pants, a blue owl, and other travel sewing

mending, tiny pants, a blue owl, and other travel sewing – ann wood handmade

stitching owls and birds in prospect park – ann wood handmade

stitching owls and birds in prospect park

stitching owls and birds in prospect park – ann wood handmade

teal ship

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the first of the 2017 fleet and what’s on my work table

It is lovely to have an expanse of days ahead of me that can fully accommodate a current hermit inclination. And the combination of having let go of a lot of… Read More

new ship

I finished a ship, but too late to take a proper photo. Here’s a little preview of the new bright pink ship and a couple of the others sailing in through my window.

Sailing Ship in Papier Maché - Pirate A

The stuff that dreams are made of…when venturing about in Neverland or catching up with Winkin, Blinkin and Nod, every small child dreams of one of these charming ships to sail away into the night sky. Given a soft white wash, this beautiful Armada Pirata would look divine in either a boy’s or girl’s room. Equally, they would also add a stunning touch to any room of your choosing. Each little boat is painstakingly made from papier maché, wooden dowel and fabric with string and white buttons…

owl : chuzzlewit

rag doll #2 and chuzzlewit

This is rag doll # 2 – Camille. I had not intended to name the rag dolls but as I worked on her that name kept occurring to me so… Read More

the louisa may

The Louisa May – she’s made mostly from edwardian gowns and petticoats – sheer, thin, whispery things sewn over millinery wire. Related

Ghost Ships by Ann Wood

Oh, my… I love ships. I grew up on the seaside, and my grandfather worked on ships all his life [not ones that look like this, obviously]. I’ve inserted gratuitous images of ships into …

my big creative year : ghost gown

She danced right in….. It’s been almost 2 years since I’ve run into a perfect, ruined whisper of a gown. I haven’t been looking, and none have found me. Interests,… Read More

the honey rose

the honey rose

The Honey Rose (all fabrics courtesy of lovely Sri Threads) She’s made mostly from kimonos – whispers of fabric layered into something new. My stitches mixed with stitches from other… Read More