The red squirrell in vintage turquoise velvet with floral dungarees........... oh my 

 Using vintage fabrics and re-purposed materials, 'The rather beautiful Squirrel' and I am very pleased with her. Isn't she a delight. made from an original cat in the shoe pattern. Her body is double stitched calico stuffed with 100% polyester stuffing, her outfit is machine and hand stitched from vintage velvet and recycled floral trousers and a Fortnum & Mason ribbon. Her squirrel head is from a pure wool blend and her tail is from a re-purposed and died dressing gown. She has been made from somethings old and a little new and is a true unique creation. Her re-purposed leather shoes are initialed by me and they are a dream!!

 

She measures approx 48cm from the tip of her ears to the tip of her toes.

all rights to this design remain with Lucy Brasher the cat in the shoe and are protected under copyright. Accept no imitations.

 

The cat in the shoe is a member of ACID ( Anti Copying in Design). All of the cat in the shoe designs are supported by ACID through their design databank, all design rights and intellectual property rights existing in my designs, products and in images and text are and will remain property of the cat in the shoe. We will treat any infringement of these rights seriously.

Oh My a squirrel in dungarees and turquoise velvet!!!?! yes please

£85.00Price
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    the cat in the shoe is proud to be a member and support the aims and objectives of the trade organisation ACID (Anti Copying in Design). All the cat in the shoe designs are supported by ACID through their Copyright & Design Databank and ACID Marketplace ."All copyright, design rights and intellectual property rights existing in our designs and products and in the images, text and design of our website / marketing material are and will remain the property of the cat in the shoe. We will treat any infringement of these rights seriously."