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Faerie

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 »

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New sketches and a new t-shirt design for the Hapenny Magick Series

Besides trying to finish up the new sewing pattern for Leif, a character in Hapenny Magick, I’ve been working hard trying to finish the dummy of Bedtime for Little Owl to send it to the interested art director that I met at the New England Society for Children’s Book Writer’s and Illustrators conference. Here are … Continue reading »

Categories: A Troll's Afoot!, Bedtime for Little Owl, Faerie, Hapenny Magick, Jennifer Carson, Pat Ann Lewis, Prospero's Pen Games | Tags: , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Just finished in the studio!

A new faerie and her baby just finished! She needs a name– if you have any suggestions, I’d love to hear them!      

Categories: art, cloth art doll, Faerie, fantasy creature sewing, fiber art, Jennifer Carson, medieval, sewing, soft art doll | Tags: , , , , , | 1 Comment

New, hand sclupted OOAK faeries

The new hand sculpted faeries that first appeared on my Facebook page a couple of weeks ago, have finally been listed on Etsy! Here are some more in progress.                                                     … Continue reading »

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Awesome Creature Maker Monday

I’ve been wanting to find a cool way to show off all the great pictures people have sent me of their creations using my patterns, so I’m creating Awesome Creature Maker Monday! Meet Cindy. She took my troll tot pattern and made a heavy metal troll. Here’s the message she sent me: I just thought … Continue reading »

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Grizzle the Faun, new sewing pattern for January 2014

Grizzle the Faun began his life as a custom order for a little boy who needed a sidekick to fight the monsters that live under his bed. He is fully jointed and made from faux fur and hand-dyed wool with ultra suede antlers. Of course, you can use other doll making fabrics too. Grizzle is … Continue reading »

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Fabulous author blog hop!

I was invited to participate in the blog hop by Fabulous Author Roxanne Werner. I had the privilege of working with Roxanne as an author when I edited Real Girls Don’t Rust for Spencer Hill Press. It’s a fabulous collection of steampunk short stories. check it out, here!  Roxanne is an imaginative author with an … Continue reading »

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New Pattern alert and a free Snowman Ornament pattern!

Tidbit Hapennies and Trolls are here! I’m so excited about the re-release of Hapenny Magick from Spencer Hill Press, that I decided to create another Hapenny sewing pattern. These Hapennies and Trolls are for you creators who love to hand stitch! They are only 3″ tall and can make wonderful pins, ornaments or fun dolls … Continue reading »

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A new hand-sewn faerie has arrived!

Tidbit Faeries are only 3″ tall, the perfect size for a pin, ornament or tiny doll. The basic doll is child-friendly, made from wool felt and cotton knit with embroidered features. This pattern has detailed written directions as well as illustrations to guide you on your faerie making journey. Inspired by Waldorf dolls, this little … Continue reading »

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Hapenny Magick hits the Reads-4-Tweens, best of 2012 list

  The Reads-4-Tweens blog posted their list of favorite books that you might have missed in 2012 and Hapenny Magick was on it! The Reads-4-Tweens blog, a site dedicated to  book reviews aimed at the adults who care about the books that kids aged 8 to 12 (give or take a few years) might be … Continue reading »

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