Heterochromia Cat Eyes
My late item for Inktober Day 2: "Divided!"
Heterochromia is a genetic non-harmful condition that presents significantly more often in cats than it does in humans, often with gorgeous results! Turkish angoras, Japanese bobtails, and cats with white fur are more likely to develop complete heterochromia although any cat breed can have it.
These patches are 4" in width, and are fully stitched. The eyes also feature some subtle shading to add some extra realism to it. The default pattern is based on several different cats that I photographed for a local shelter, but I can tweak it to represent any cat.
The basic outline will always be the same, but I can add or remove markings and alter the colors. In addition, the colors of the eyes can also be altered!
Simply select "custom" from the dropdown menu, and send me a conversation with a photo or description of how you would like it altered.
This item also has the option for iron-on backing. All sew-on patches are intended to be sewn on by machine, and iron-on patches are shipped with instructions.