I’ve been working on another new pattern lately. This time it’s for an amigurumi style dress-up doll. I’ve completed a few dolls and am somewhat happy with the pattern, though I will probably change the limbs and body before I finalize the patterns since I’d like the doll to be able to stand up on their own, which they can’t really do yet. So there’s still work to be done. However, I’ve finished five base dolls and have clothed three of them so far. I will finish the other two before re-working the body and limb patterns into something I might be more happy with.
So far I’ve made dolls for the two boys I used to nanny (twins, four years old now) and for a friend’s friend who is struggling with some medical issues right now.
I have two more base dolls ready to go, just need to decide what to do with them. I have a few ideas.
I just finalized the switch to USD in all my online shops, this includes Craftsy, Ravelry and Etsy!
This is to streamline all three stores and in preparation for my move to London, England in March. The currency change will hopefully make things easier for everyone and I’m hoping to add a few more patterns to my store in the coming months.
But first I will keep working on my next amigurumi tutorial video, which is long overdue! Sorry it’s taking so long, my life has taken a delightful turn for the crazy.
I will be moving across the planet at the end of the year, so I am having a SALE in my Etsy store ! Use the coupon code MOVINGSALE to get 25% off orders over $25 from now to Dec. 06 2013! Order your items as soon as possible to ensure you get them in time for Christmas.
I just finished the last of my dragon scarves made for sale! He, as well as four of his brothers, are now up in my Etsy shop. So grab them while they’re there! I’ll likely not make any more for sale at this point.
I just finished putting all viking hats and dragon scarves that I still have into the store! I likely will not be making any more viking hats or dragon scarves in the future (except for finishing the red one I am still working on), so grab them while they’re still available!
Hello my sweeties! Here I am again with another Friday pattern feature. These patterns are not created by me, but by other very skilled and creative crochet artists who offer some of their hard work for free use!
Today I selected an adorable little lucky charm, Onni the Beckoning Cat:
This cute Maneki Neko is really quick and easy to make and would make a great gift for any store owner, whether it’s a physical store, online store or craft market stall!
Greetings, kittens! Here I am again with another Friday pattern feature. These patterns are not created by me, but by other very skilled and creative crochet artists who offer some of their hard work for free use!
Alright, let me geek out here for a second… does anyone here remember the epicness that was…
DAY OF THE TENTACLE! Oh my gosh, I LOVED this game! SO MUCH! IT WAS SO AWESOME! Man, they just don’t make games like that anymore, huh? Alright, now that I’m done with that, go head over there and have a look at that awesome amigurumi pattern! And make one! Or two… or A HUNDRED AND SCATTER THEM AROUND TOWN! *runs around arms flailing wildly* WAAAAAAAHHHHHH!