Thank you for your patience as I updated the way you can purchase Dragon Charmer Sewing Patterns! Some of you have already tested the new site and I THANK YOU! So what’s all the hullabaloo you ask? Now you can purchase and download patterns right from my website. No need to follow links to other … Continue reading
Please be patient as I update the pattern pages of the site. Soon you will be able to download and pay for patterns directly from thedragoncharmer.com website!
One of my goals for last year was to be published in this beautiful magazine. I completed three projects last April based on bioluminescent animals for a fall issue of the magazine with the theme” Into the Dark”. However, the magazine had to cut the article for room–but, next month, you’ll see one of the … Continue reading
Have you wanted to make one of my patterns, but weren’t sure where to get the materials? You can find kits and those eye fibers I use for beautiful eyes in my Etsy store. I’ve recently listed kits for Swirly Turtle, Tibit Hapennies or Trolls, owl barrettes and the newest kits, Fergus MacTavish Goes to … Continue reading
April 22, 2015 – Author’s Tea, Laconia, NH 5-7pm You are cordially invited to attend the Children’s Authors Tea. This wonderful, free event is organized to promote the importance of early literacy. Come celebrate the “Week of the Young Child” and “Strengthening Families and Communities Month” with us! Evening Events: Book signing and sales by … Continue reading
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
Sully is 16″ from head to “tail”, but his legs lay out longer. He is made from soft faux fur and is fully jointed. Eyes are needle felted and nose is embroidered. His eyes are shaded with an artist’s marker. Detailed, written instructions with illustrations for clarity. … Continue reading