This tiny plush dragon art doll is made from high-sheen upholstery velvet with quilting cotton wings and metallized “icicle” horns, all from a pattern I created myself. Her eyes are tiny glass cabochons in a pale lavender that matches her accent stitching. She bears the frills, goatee, and double-thumbed wings of a Dungeons & Dragons silver dragon. She’s assembled with a combination of hand- and machine-sewing, and stands on her own with no props. Her wings are partially wired, and can be adjusted slightly but are not posable – they will always sweep downward, a protective gesture that earns its “shield” name.
The velvet is silver with a glossy sheen, shifting from pale almost-white to a deep pewter gray depending on your viewing angle. Her wings are a sparkly quilting cotton with velvet “fingers” that show on both upper and lower surfaces.
She’s about five inches tall to the tip of her silvery horns, with a wingspan that would be about eight inches if the wings were fully spread.
This is a one-of-a-kind creation – I will never make another one like it. Don’t miss out!
If you’d like to see all the OOAK dragons (including what’s coming up next), there’s a catalog of them.
Despite its toy-like appearance, this is an adult collectible art doll with small parts that could pose a choking hazard. Made in a smoke-free but cat-occupied home from an original Silver Seams pattern.