browser icon
You are using an insecure version of your web browser. Please update your browser!
Using an outdated browser makes your computer unsafe. For a safer, faster, more enjoyable user experience, please update your browser today or try a newer browser.

Author Archives: admin

New Sewing Pattern, Yeti Earbud Buddy and I-Phone/I-Pod Case

Always losing your iphone or ipod in your bag or purse? Those days are long gone with a cute little pouch that you can hook to the handle of your bag. The earbud buddy keeps your earbuds from from getting tangled or the wires broken, simply wrap your cord around the Yeti’s neck and snap … Continue reading »

Categories: Craft, fiber art, handmade gift, Jennifer Carson, new sewing patterns, sewing | Tags: , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Blog Tour: Ben Fox: Squirrel Zombie Specialist At Your Service

Today I’d like to introduce you to Ben Fox: Squirrel Zombie Specialist At Your Service by Daisy Whitney. “Ten-year-old Ben Fox has good friends, a great dog, and a lightning-fast little sister who drives him a bit batty. The only thing in the fifth grader’s life that’s truly annoying–well, besides having to wear braces on … Continue reading »

Categories: Authors, book covers, giveaway, new books!, writing for children | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment

5 questions for Laura Diamond, author of The Zodiac Collector

As many of you know, half of my life is spent writing and editing books for Spencer Hill Press. A while back I signed this awesome author, Laura Diamond, and I want to introduce you to her and her wonderful book, The Zodiac Collector, which just came out on September 23rd! Book Blurb: “For almost-16 … Continue reading »

Categories: Authors, interview, Renaissance, writing, writing for children | Tags: , , , , , , | Leave a comment

A Hapenny Harvest!

Join us on November 15, 2014 for:

Categories: Faerie, Fundraising, Hapenny Magick, Jennifer Carson, Party!, William Ogmundson | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment

Cover Reveal, Freaks of Nature by Wendy Brotherlin

Most of you know that I edit books for Spencer Hill Press. At the NESCBWI conference in May of 2013, I met this really cool writer when her manuscript was sent to me for a critique. I instantly fell in the love with the story, and after meeting Wendy, I fell in love with the … Continue reading »

Categories: Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Free sewing pattern, primitive rabbit

I made these adorable bunnies from a baby quilt I found at a vintage/junk store in northern New Hampshire. They have rusty jingle bells for eyes and a scrap of homespun for their bow with an embroidered nose, ear and leg. Fill them with lavender for a cute sachet or toss them in a chair … Continue reading »

Categories: animals, creativity, fiber art, free sewing pattern, handmade gift, Jennifer Carson, sewing, Softie of the Week, Upcycled | Tags: , , , , , , | Leave a comment

BABY debuted at Boston Comicon!

Last fall I was approached about making a pattern for a character in George O’Connor’s comic BABY illustrated by Griffin Ess of course I said yes! If you aren’t familiar with this comic it is about a baby sea monster who “stumbles onto the Jersey shore, chaos ensues. Local cryptozoologist, Dr. Trent Headley, sees the … Continue reading »

Categories: art, Custom book characters, dragons, Jennifer Carson, sewing | Tags: , , , , | 2 Comments

Two Country Gentlemen, a new sewing pattern for a dressed up rabbit and pig

These two little country gentlemen are ready to frolic and play. You can make them from a variety of fabrics. The directions include instructions for jointing the head with safety lock joints, but you have the option to joint the legs and arms with thread jointing instead of safety lock joints. Eyes shown in photo … Continue reading »

Categories: animals, fiber art, Jennifer Carson, new sewing patterns, sewing, Soft dolls and toys for kids | Tags: , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Sybil, A Faerie Mother and Her Child, new sewing pattern

Sybil stands at 12″ tall and carries her newborn all swaddled up. Easy to follow directions with illustrations and suppliers list. Shown made from hand dyed wool, but can be made from Dolskin or craft velour as well. Needle felted eyes, dress made from a fat quarter of cotton. Sybil is not jointed. Limited numbers … Continue reading »

Categories: Faerie, fantasy creature sewing, fiber art, Jennifer Carson, new sewing patterns, sewing, soft art doll | Tags: , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Sir Tenderheart, New sewing pattern

Now available! Sir Tenderheart is a 10″, fully jointed lion. The directions include illustrations and full size pattern pieces. Directions in pattern include instructions for glass eyes, but other methods/eyes can be used. You will find a tutorial for needle felted eyes on my website, www.thedragoncharmer.com. This listing is for the downloadable sewing pattern only– … Continue reading »

Categories: animals, new sewing patterns, sewing, soft art doll | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment