Monday, 25 November 2019

2019 #19 Cute Critters: Fabric Hanger with ZA {by Etsuko Noguchi }

2019 Topic 19: Cute Critters


Etusko has again pushed herself to learn and create something new. This time shes working with fabric to make these cute, dimensional fabric dolls. They. Are. Fab! ~ Leandra

Hi everyone, it's Etsuko My favorite things with you today, and I'd like to share with you Cute Critters Fabric hanging using my favorite Elena's stamps.

I've always been interested in fabric dolls since I've noticed those made from Elena stamps by Lauren hatwell, but I don't know how to make dolls of different sizes from the same stamps. And recently I found out on YouTube how to print on fabric with an inkjet printer. OK I do it, from then on, these dolls are really lovable and I can't stop being addicted.



First of all I prepare A4 full sheet sticker paper for inkjet printer and attached to white cloth as not to be wrinkled. The important thing is to choose a printer that drags paper from the top. I stamped lovely new Christmas Elena stamps ZA49.



The images are stamped on white card , scanned, captured on a PC, resized and printed on a cloth. Printer preset--plain paper, gray scale.   Printing quality--high. After printing on the cloth, beforehand iron a cloth so that the ink on the print dose not bleed.



When I started making, I painted all colors on the paper, scanned, printed and finished, but I was not satisfied with the finished colors it was dull. Then I printed only the black outline and applied Fresco paints directly to the cloth with using Stain Glazing matt, the red patterned fabric was pasted with Mod Podge. 



 

I used Fresco paints mostly these colors for these critters. Fresco colors-- Mustard Pickle, Peach Nectar, Chocolate Pudding, Mocha Mousse, Tikka, Buff, Glass Blue, Bougainvillea, Turquoise, Eggplant, French Roast.



I sewed the red wear outline before filling cotton. Then cotton, pressed cotton, adhesive cotton and white cloth were stacked in order and then zigzag sewing machine was applied, I cut the around the doll and attached a string for hang on the top and finished.




This is the finish of Cute Critter, can't stop making them. --ZA49




ZN04



 ZN11

 ZN13






Making a doll is magical by cutting the shape and stuffing a little cotton. All of them are small critters of about 13cm, so just putting them in the own craft room makes them look fun. It's easy and fun to make stamps. Would you like to make one?
Thank you so much for visiting.
Etsuko


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14 comments:

Clare Lloyd said...

Fabulous

butterfly said...

This is amazing, Etsuko - your little fabric doll characters are a complete delight... So clever to alter the sizes and print on the fabric, and brilliant colouring with the paint on each image. What an inspirational post.
Alison x

Christine said...

Love, love them!!! Well done and thank you for sharing.

Christine said...

Love, love them!!! Well done and thank you for sharing.

Flo Langley said...

Wow! They look fantastic. Super idea with those images :)

Lucy Edmondson said...

Absolutely brilliant! You are so clever!

Lucy x

Miriam said...

This is awesome Etsuko

http://blog.timetocreate.com.au/ said...

Very Cute!

Helen said...

These are fantastic.

Nikki Acton said...

Fabulous work! These are amazing x

Etsuko said...

Thank you so much for wonderful comments from Clare, Alison, Christine, Flo Langley, Lucy, Miriam, Helen, and Nikki. I'm so pleased and these comment will serve me tomorrow. xxx

Stampers Grove said...

Wonderful Etsuko. Thanks for sharing ❤️

A Pink said...

Etsuko, these are fantastic. Each one is an absolute delight :) .
Terrific inspiring creativity . TFS
x

Lauren Hatwell said...

Absolutely Awesome! Lx

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