I started sewing dolls in 2016. It was one of the first crafts I wanted to learn after playing around with yarn dolls. Naturally navigating to felt, I decided to change over to fabric dolls in early 2017. Searching for the right fabric and shades of brown was a little difficult at first. I came across Kona cotton and fell in love, especially since they have a large selection of browns. After picking the right fabric, I decided I wanted to do something different with this collection. The Glamour Collection are felt dolls with plastic safety eyes. For the Jamani...
There's a lot of confusion right now with the German Packaging Act and what, if any, affect this has on American businesses selling to German customers. That coupled with the new USPS rates, I've decided to stop selling internationally for now. This may change in the future.
Kijani started off as a "test" image with my main goal being to practice making ears. I used the same design layout for Ngame but decided to play around with gradients. She has an Afro-futuristic feel to her. Kijani means "green" in Kiswahili. Prints and wearable art are available through the following stores: Redbubble Zazzle