We’ve been lusting after the retro-style dresses Ruby Chic Originals has to offer for quite some time now. And although their cream-colored, crochet frocks are completely adorable, this 1960s-channeling number with it’s scalloped hemline and sweet bow is just killing us. The mod design of the dress originates from a vintage sewing pattern the duo used to turn herringbone wool blend fabric into a magical mini for the cooler months. Check out the amazing outfits this Arkansas-based design team churns out this way.
P.S. How cute would this dress be with knee highs over tights? So Cute!
Transforming wool felt, embroidery thread, and sequins into lovely, hand-stitched finger puppets, this NYC-based crafter seeks inspiration from wildlife. Her gorgeous creations come in sets of five, and depict ponies, rabbits, narwals, and sheep that look more like petite soft-sculptures than playthings. Discover her work over here, and below.
Run by two sisters — Anna and Naomi — this Etsy boasts a unique concept that pays homage to artists, pop culture icons, and various jobs through felt mouse and hedgehog sculptures. Obvs, our favorites are their adorable rodent portrayals of Frida Kahlo, Andy Warhol, and Vincent Van Gogh, which you can spy below.
Transforming an artist’s tool from a behind-the-scenes staple to center stage, Spain-based artist Julia Rubio painstakingly cuts down colored pencils one-by-one and arranges them on a felt heart in order to create this magical brooch. Flip through her other unique creations fashioned out of felt, zippers, fabric, and wire over here.
‘Tis November 1st, and soon scarves flowing from necks, mittens enveloping hands, and hats atop of heads will become an everyday occurrence. So, to kick-off the impending frozen forecast, here’s a lovely felted-wool hat featuring fox ears! On the hunt for more artsy felted creations? Step this way.
Michelle Chan designs an array of sickeningly sweet kiss-lock coin purses fashioned out of patterned fabric. And while the petite clutches take on the form of saccharine treats, like cupcakes and ice cream cones, Chan’s real standouts are her collection of animal-inspired creations. Check them out below.