Stitchgasm! – Fridadoll’s Fridalope


Fridadoll has produced many amazing pieces inspired by the art and life of Frida Kahlo. This latest piece, the Fridalope, is inspired by Kahlo’s 1946 painting “The Little Deer.”

These pieces are fantastic, Fridadoll explains: “These Frida dolls are my original design, inspired by Frida’s many self-portraits and paintings, as well as some photographs taken of the artist (and some are just inspired by the artist herself!). Each doll is hand-sewn out of soft ultrasuede, hand-beaded using an appliqué technique, and takes several days to create. The dolls are lightweight and multi-textured, glittery, soft, and colorful! The back of each doll is undecorated.

You can buy them from her etsy store, or simply gaze in awe on her Flickr.


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