These are some of my completed projects. These were either made as stock items, commissions or as personal projects. Click on each picture to find out more information about each.
Eeveelutions fabric bows with crocodile slide backing. Great pocket money treat
My son wearing his Legend of Zelda bow tie to the wedding of a family friend.
Created on commission for a 40th birthday present. This piece was specifically designed to include the arcade cab that the recipient owns and shows on screen the game that he holds the world record in!
Made for myself! An iPhone 5 silicone phone case featuring Princess Peach.
This sweet Pokemon makes a nice feature if there is a small space available. It sits in a 7.5 x 7.5cm frame.
The finished and framed Kanto Pokemon Three Panel piece. This was my first commission. The buyer wanted a very specific frame to match the ones he already had.
Count Duckula large cross stitch for a family member of the artist who created him.
Star Wars BB-8 coin purse with matching minifigure keyring.
This was the first keyring I made. Always a challenge to find a keyring with a deep enough recess for the fabric design.
Boo (Super Mario) character greetings card
Close up of Jigglypuff. Made as a stock piece. This shows the piece with its card insert before it went in a white deep box frame.
This was my first cosplay and my first dressmaking project all rolled in to one! This was worn to the PLAY Expo in Margate in 2016 and won a runner up sash.
Made as a stock item, this budget Pikachu is nestled in a 7.5×7.5cm deep box frame but is a very effective and eye catching piece on the wall.
The happy couple with their one of a kind piece.
Promotional Cushions for The Code Show. They have a travelling museum of computing and visit schools nationwide.
The case looks neat and tidy when closed and slips in to a bag or backpack.
Large bow size in hair for reference
Chomp (Super Mario) cuddly toy
Commissioned Abe character from the Oddworld franchise in a 20″ square frame.
Promo shot for the 8-Bit Kit
This framed piece had crystals and metallic thread for an extra special touch.
This is a luxury fleece lined, drawstring pouch just right for the new 3DS/2DS XL.
Commissioned Legend Of Zelda bow tie complete with adjustable neck strap.
A modern make! A giant Binding of Isaac keyring for a big fan.
‘Mermaid’ Sequinned fabric with envelope closing. Removable weighted pad insert to support sensory based therapies.
There’s plenty of storage space in the case so that you can take a variety of games on the go.
My dream of owl and Pokemon combined! A special long distance commission for Valentines day.
View of the Sonic Trypich piece showing Sonic in varying poses and forms of motion.
Part of the Sonic Trypich before it was framed with the other two examples.
WIP shot of the Kanto Pokemon 3 panel piece. Here we have Charmander (a personal favourite of mine!)
The dock sock is so small that it is easy enough to store if you want to interchange or update.
Eevee character greetings card
A gorgeous console deserves a high end protector!
Detail of the wedding sampler that included metallic thread for an extra touch of sparkle.
Pikachu greetings card
Another character cushion slip cover – this time its all fairy Pokemon with a pink backing.
Charmander character greetings card
Here is a close up of the needlework before the gems were added. Really pleased with the characters and the lettering.
Bow tie to compliment a wedding outfit. This was a very popular sight at the wedding of family friends who are also avid gamers.
The thick, fluffy fleece lining can come in a colour that compliments your fabric choice. It serves as great protection against bumps or scratches – especially if you take it on the go with you.
Just me in a dress I made myself! Not the best photo but I was thrilled at the success of the piece.
This Link greetings card is an ideal one for valentines, engagement, wedding or just because.
Small bow size in hair for reference
Zelda dock sock protects against screen damage and expresses a little individuality.
A quick scrap buster for an autistic child who loves to experience different fabrics
The Switch case has a fleece lined pocket for the console plus space for 3 carts, a cable/headphones and a boxed game.
The first greetings card I ever made before I found the joys of ironing a piece before finishing it!
WIP shot of the Kanto Pokemon 3 panel piece. Here we have Squirtle.
I love creating accessibility solutions. This is a belt for a child who is tube fed via his tummy. It helps protect the device while being very cool indeed!
A Legend of Zelda bold commission in a 15 x 15cm box frame.
A close up of the Spyro the dragon. Framed in a black frame, this really stands out on the wall.
A little Aztec style Legend of Zelda pouch ideal for Joycon, Wii-motes, glasses or anything else you want to keep safe.
Created for YouTuber Octav1us Kitten to wear while creating her gaming themed videos
40 x 40cm Poly-Cotton Cushion Cover (with or without filling)
Some of my early greetings cards (before pressing)