Folksy Ltd

Something you are extra pleased with

(Twigwams) #1

Today I made a merino wool felt heart - I love it! I have now listed it but was so tempted to hang on to it myself… What have you made that you’re really pleased with?

(Rachel) #2

It’s lovely well done with it, bet it sells fast.

(Jacqueline Austen) #3

It is Gorgeous @Twigwams

I made this necklace some time ago. The sterling silver wire is hand crocheted and it took a long time to make. I like the rustic look of it.

Jacqueline x

(Amberlilly) #4

I get very attached to things I make! But can’t keep everything.:sob:

This went to a happy home :anchor:

(Sasha Garrett) #5

This was a commission

and everything just came together perfectly.

(Jshandmadedesigns) #6

Really pleased how these shoes turned out, have not made them for a while so forgot how nice they are

Shoe design handcrafted birthday card
made from 300gsm scalloped edge card with a lovely blue spot design backing paper and embossed background and decorated with a pair of shoes that have been finished with mulberry roses and feathers and Pearls
card completed with satin ribbon and a Happy Birthday banner
A lovely unusual card for anyone who loves there shoes

(Marie Allen) #7

(Rosie Wells) #8

This bunting is my favourite so far!

(Bobbys Boutique) #9

This tiara and bridal set made from tiny little silver faux pearls is the one that I have most pride in…

(So Sew Megan) #10

Have loved this on yor shop. Thought I’d pass on some advice I was given , if you copy and paste the url of your item, people can just click on the picture and it takes them straight to the item in your shop. Easy then to love the item not just the post.

(Lesley Bywater) #11

I love this rainbow coat! I sold the first one I made (which I wanted to keep!) so have made this one - which I also want to keep. I just love the way the rainbow swirls around on the skirt of the coat.

Lesley :smiley:

(So Sew Megan) #12

I loved making this textile swan, perhaps a bit old fashioned for some people taste but it did get favourited (is that a word) by Amy Butler on Twitter!

(Karen Ellam) #13

I really enjoyed making these Polymer Clay earrings. It was a long process just to make 2 beads but I had a lot of fun along the way.
I think my hands are getting steadier too when applying the applique detail. They would wobble all over the place when I first started out. :wink:

Karen :0)

(Gill Wootton) #14

I am always pleased with my baby cards they are quite time consuming to make as I have to get so many bits and bobs out and can never find the bits I want
I made the knitted bits to sell as card toppers initially and only made the card as an afterthought to demonstrate how they would look when used.
Now it’s hard to keep up with them as they sell quite quickly.

Gill x

(Twigwams) #15

Thank you Rachel. Fingers crossed.

(Twigwams) #16

@SoSewMegan Thank you for the advice - so much to learn on Folksy!

(Jaceys Creations) #17

I was really pleased with this because it’s really the first time I’ve ever used oil paints and it feels like I’ve really achieved one of my goals by finally doing so.

(Crazyladies) #18

Suck lovely items.

(Rachel) #19

Wow that is such a wonderful painting

(Thecardjeanie) #20

I made this for hubby’s birthday and it made me smile so I thought I’d list it in my shop. The text reads ‘He rules the Roost but I rule the Rooster’!!!

Jeanie x