This artist, based in Israel, creates whimsical fairy houses, magical dragons and enchanting little animal figurines. Her work is so delicate and unique, I can’t get enough of looking at her amazing creations!
That’s right, I have just published my dragon scarf pattern for sale! :la:
You can find it on ravelry and Etsy. I’m very excited to finally get this released, it’s been so many months of work, revising, testing, revising and so on. 😀 😀
I have released two more dragons to the Etsy Store! Working on a few more to build a decent stock, then it will be on to making a bunch of viking hats and hopefully working out child size patterns for it as well!
And here’s the most recent of my babies! I just added him to my Etsy store.
Unfortunately black doesn’t photograph very well, so the details aren’t as visible as they are in real life. I just took him out of the wash and steamed his wings and paws and he’s soooooo soft! He also has glow in the dark eyes! 😀
Alright, I just posted my pattern for testing on ravelry and am hoping that it will be ready for release in February. Until then, I have added the three dragons I made to proof the pattern to my etsy store! So if you’ve been ogling them for a while, now you have a chance to own them. 😀 Etsy Store
Yes, I have finished another dragon and he’s a real beauty! I am very happy with how he turned out.
I am also in the process of adding the large green dragon to my etsy store. I have decided that I am not keeping it but rather making a different one for myself since I had a few requests on the green one. So, check out my store for a chance to grab it!
The eyes I ordered have still not arrived. 🙁 So no chance of working on the dragon pattern for now. However, I am distracting myself with other endeavors. I have finished writing AND testing the jelly fish hat pattern! I’ve taken plenty of photos that I will have to process in the next few days to finish up the pattern.
I have also started writing out the sunflower hat pattern (translating my shorthand scribbles into a readable pattern) and will start working through and testing it in the next two weeks or so! It will feature a sunflower (pointy petals) and a gerbera-like (rounded petals) pattern, so there’s two options to work with. Of course any color/texture yarn can be used, so the customization options are endless.
But for now I need to get to bed and tomorrow I get to wear the costume I made for this year’s halloween!