Anya's Crochet Work
Anya is the oldest kiddo here at Dancing Feathers Farm. Her handmade crochet designs, crafted right here in Michigan, are a source of joy for everyone around her. Stay tuned for new items! We will add them as they become available; you won't want to miss what she comes up with.
Anya's crochet pieces are custom-made using multiple different types of yarn and stuffed with polyester fiber.
Completed Works for Sale:
Pride the Rainbow Dragon - Colors change like a chameleon throughout this piece, with shades of moss, gold, blush, violet, autumn, jade, and fuchsia. Over a foot and a half of hand-crocheted and fiber-stuffed yarn showcase intricate, intentional details including wing spikes, claws, and facial features. Glittered magenta fabric-backed safety eyes complete this magical piece.
Made to Order:
Pigeon Birbs - Your choice of up to two yarn colors (1 week to craft)
Squid - Your choice of one yarn color (1 week to craft)
Bumblebee - Your choice of up to three yarn colors (1 week to craft)
Seahorse - Your choice of up to two yarn colors (1 week to craft)
Deer - Your choice of up to three yarn colors (4 weeks to craft)
Tiger - Your choice of up to two yarn colors (4 weeks to craft)
Dragon - Your choice of two yarn colors and eye color (12 weeks to craft)
Please indicate your color selections in the "notes" box in your Shopping Cart during checkout or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our very best to accommodate color requests and can send images of the yarn via email prior to starting your piece. You may also leave the colors as "artist's choice" and Anya will use colors that speak to her.
***Please note - Anya occasionally has pre-made pieces up for sale, but most of her crochet work is made to order and take multiple weeks to complete depending on size, detail, and level of complexity. We will place average turnaround times next to the item description (above), but please remember our shipping policies apply as well. Anya is not accepting rush orders at this time.
***All crochet pieces can be spot cleaned with a damp cloth but we highly recommend you do not fully submerge in water (hand wash) or machine wash. Doing so risks stuffing leakage and dampness, eye scratches, and yarn pilling.