fuzzandsunshine

Fuzz and Sunshine

Cape May Court House, New Jersey · 484 Sales

fuzzandsunshine

Fuzz and Sunshine

Cape May Court House, New Jersey 484 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(214)

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Patti

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Announcement   Dolls generally take 6 to 8 weeks depending on the time of year. If you'd like a custom doll created in JUNE 2017 please message me for details. If you are interested in a custom clothing order, let me know. The wait time is shorter for doll clothes. Visit my facebook page to see lots of doll pictures and get inspired!
https://www.facebook.com/FuzzandSunshine

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Last updated on Apr 9, 2017

Dolls generally take 6 to 8 weeks depending on the time of year. If you'd like a custom doll created in JUNE 2017 please message me for details. If you are interested in a custom clothing order, let me know. The wait time is shorter for doll clothes. Visit my facebook page to see lots of doll pictures and get inspired!
https://www.facebook.com/FuzzandSunshine

Patti

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5 out of 5 stars
(214)
emeeathome

emeeathome on Mar 4, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

They are both lovely! I do like Lily's doll with her shorter hair. They are much admired. It was a pleasure to work with you and the results are far beyond my expectations

Meghan Thorson

Meghan Thorson on Feb 9, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Excellent shop communication!! Can't wait to see the finished project!!

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About

It all started when I taught myself to knit.

I’ve never been happy with just one craft. You name it and I have probably done more than just try it. I hopped from one to the next and then back to the first one. I admit it. When it comes to crafting I am promiscuous. I can’t be faithful. I’m thrilled with the new ones – those first kisses. Then I taught myself to knit and I was hopelessly, shamelessly addicted.

I do consider knitting the gateway drug. It has led me to try things I’d only heard about on the streets, things people only speak of quietly with others who have their disease – sock knitting, spinning, unraveling and recycling sweaters, dyeing your own. I soon found myself hustling raw sheep fleeces and buying equipment that looked like medieval torture devices.

If anyone had ever fallen down the rabbit hole it was me and I was in trouble. I knew I needed to do something drastic to support my habit. It wasn’t a choice that I came to easily. Selling yourself is only for the most desperate. I opened my Etsy shop to share my “stuff” and maybe make a few bucks, so I can buy more yarn, more fiber, raw fleeces, more, more, more… I’ve got a dream for a small sheep farm…someday.

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  • Patti

    Owner, Designer, Maker

    I've lived in a small offshore town in New Jersey all my life. I feel blessed to live in the quiet of the woods and still be able to have my toes in the ocean in ten minutes. I am always surrounded and inspired by the beauty of God's creation.

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