It is made using the raw edge applique technique from various fabrics and good quality sewing felt.
Size is approx. 28×48 cm /11×19″
You can see – and buy! – my other stuff here
Originally posted on Katzenworld:
Today’s guest post comes from Irina and is about her:
Fantasy Art. Fantasy Cats.
Hello! Let me introduce myself. My name is Irina and I am a crazy cat lady. I am! And always have been. As long as I can remember, I have always had cats. And I remember all of them too, every single one: what they looked like, what their personalities were like, who was quiet and lazy and who was mischievous and crazy.
Of course, my love spread everywhere. I like watching cat cartoons, reading cat books and articles and blogs and I started my cat collection some years ago.
It’s quite a chore to dust them all!
Naturally, this passion had to manifest itself in my art sooner or later. I worked with oils for many years but mainly painted landscapes. At some point I felt that I wanted to try a different…
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Having painted many Fantasy Cats – their souls, really, not their exterior cuteness (wonderfully cute though they are!), I decided to try my hand it the actual portrait painting.
One of the bloggers here – Marc-Andre from
kindly offered me the photo and very vivid description of his two amazing cats.
Here what I made of them:
You can order your cat’s portrait – painted in an unusual, fantasy style – here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/NaturelandsAndCo
I am a great cat lover – well, this is obvious.
I realized that I made quite a few of my cushion/pillow covers featuring cats – in various forms, colours and sizes.
Let’s have a look.
First, my Black Cats:
I made these three cushions as a set – “Three Black Cats” (inventive name, I know!)
Now – other cats, white and one Siamese:
On some cushions cats have a company:
Other cushions are featuring cats in a humorous way:
All my cushion covers are completely hand-sewn, I used the raw edge applique technique when making it. The applique details are made of high quality fabrics. I embroidered some details and used beads, buttons and other trimmings.
Because I put a lot of imagination, efforts and work into my cushion covers I give them all individual names :)
What do you think?
If you’d like to see all my cushions – and other art – you can always look in my Etsy shop here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/NaturelandsAndCo