The Whimsical Creations of Lucy Ashworth

Thursday, 24 December 2009

Ho! Ho! HO!

It's Christmas EVE! As usual i have left things to the last minute! But i am incredibly excited - feel like a small child, waiting for father crimble :) Merry Christmas to one and all!!! X

Tuesday, 22 December 2009

"You are the Sunshine of my Life..."

My most recent commission.
Kelly gave me a long list of things that her 'bestest friend in the whole world' liked and the main thing that stood out for me was the fact that they sing "You are the sunshine of my life" to eachother.
The shiny gold lamE did not get on with my sewing machine and i had to have strong words with the both of them.
I'm pleased with the result.

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Tuesday, 27 October 2009

Jingle Bells...

Lovely new Teddies!!! All snug in their handmade scarves and booties :) and ready for a walk outside in the fresh Autumn air!

Teddy Bear's Picnic

This is a cushion i made for my dearest darling Ted. A special treat for his birthday.
I especially like the trees!!! I think i will make more of these! :)

Monday, 5 October 2009

NEW SEWING MACHINE on it's way!!!

I know it's a mood point and it is still very early to bring this up but...The Festive Season is approaching!!!

That means that i will be sewing until my fingers are raw, eyes are blurry and my flat is covered with buttons!!!

If you would like something special made in time for Christmas - Please get your orders to me ASAP!!! My email address is:

Love & Peace

Friday, 24 July 2009


Business cards & Postcards for little things i make will be available soon!!!

Friday, 8 May 2009

Cheeky Monkey!

A note from Lucy’s councillor:
Lucy Ashworth has lived in the following places:

• UK, Bristol.
• Egypt, home of camels.
• UK, all over and back.
• South Africa, outskirts of Johannesburg.
• United Arab Emirates, owner of Arsenal football stadium.
• UK, Kent.
• UK, Brighton.
• Her Imagination

Not surprising then she is ‘a bit weird’, has no social skills, finds it hard to hold down a normal job and has found it hard to make friends all her life; She has managed to side step confronting her social issues by ‘actually making friends’, in the form of little fabric characters, these manifest themselves in many different shapes, sizes and according to Lucy different religious and political views.

After surrounding herself with all these fictional characters, Lucy has become increasingly deluded, most of the ‘little things’ as Lucy herself calls them, in her mind, love her and hold her in the highest esteem, telling her they are willing to do any evil bidding she wishes.

In Lucy’s words…

‘I conclude that, one day, i will take over the world with the 'little things that i make' but until then, i'm quite happy to sit and watch telly with them all around me (cruelly, some of them don't have the best eyesight as i they're buttons are too small)
The end :) ‘

So you see it is very important the ‘little things’ that Lucy makes are bought and not taken away, it is the only safe way to extract them from her person, thus freeing her from her self inflicted mental slavery.. which in turn is exactly how she sees these ‘little things’; as slaves, slaves ready to go to market!