Taking inspiration from Alexander Girard, we've created a very special, very limited group of Home Accessories and Patches. Kat Lady is inspired from Girard's Doll #20. A pioneer in fabric design as well as innovative commercial and residential interiors, Girard was one of the decisive figures in post-War American design. The Wooden Dolls were created and made by Girard for his Santa Fe home inspired by his extensive personal collection of popular art and objects.
Crafted using a 100 year old vintage machine. Use multiple patches to create your own composition...go crazy! Create your own designer look with an easy iron on application (add outline sewing for a more permanent application). White, red, blue and black on white scrim felt. Due to the handmade nature of this item, all pieces will vary slightly.
- Measures 9.5"h x 4"w
- This is meant to be a Vertical Orientation (best on the back of a Jacket or Totes)
-Made in the U.S.A.
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