New Little Spirits are now available in my Etsy shop for holiday delivery. You can even custom order, but only until December 12th! Order one with hair or without, in your choice of colors! For more information, visit my Etsy store.
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 his tongue down.
Case is made from Wool Felt. Yeti buddy is made from fuzzy felt with seed bead eyes and a cotton lining. Slip your phone into the case and clip onto your bag. Never have to search for your phone again!
All supplies are easily available at any craft store. Case and earbud buddy can be hand or a combination or hand and machine sewn. Yeti on case can be made with ears up or ears down.
Earbud buddy measures 7″ long by 4″ wide. Case is 3.27″ wide and 6.5″ long.
Limited numbers can be made for profit.
You can instantly download this pattern from Etsy or Patternmart.
Yeti Earbud Buddy and I-Phone/I-Pod case, PMRT
Always losing your iphone or ipod in your bag or purse? Those days are long gone with a cute little …
Categories: Craft, fiber art, handmade gift, Jennifer Carson, new sewing patterns, sewing
Tags: earbud buddy, handmade gift, IPhone case, Ipod case, new sewing pattern, winter gift, wool felt, Yeti
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 author too. Check out this really awesome cover that artist Lisa Amowitz designed for Freaks of Nature!
Freaks of Nature
Here’s what the story is about:
The global Ebola-X pandemic of 2022 lasted five months, two weeks and six days before a cure could be found. In its wake, it left a generation of psionic freaks who can turn a single thought into a weapon… or worse.
Fifteen-year-old Devon McWilliams is one of those freaks, but instead of some awesome ability like telekinesis or telepathy, he talks to plants. In other words, Devon rates a big fat zero on the scale of cool psychic abilities. Days after escaping from his psionic detainment facility, the military intercepts him. Regaining consciousness, Devon finds himself restrained aboard a military airship headed toward lifetime incarceration or certain death.
Also aboard this one-way flight to doom are six other psions. One of them, a telepath named Bai Lee, claims to have the means to escape. All the others have to do is convince her that they’re worthy of freedom. This is not good news for Plant Boy. The last thing he wants to do is reveal his useless plant-talking prowess to this kill-you-with-a-thought crew. To complicate matters further, he’s crushing hard on Alya, the lovely healer.
Devon knows he must keep his wits about him if he’s going survive this wild ride. And that’s going to be a tricky thing to do around a determined telepath who seems to have a diabolical agenda all her own.
About my author:
Wendy Brotherlin is a screenwriter, music enthusiast and all around geek-goddess. She earned a Masters in Screenwriting at the University of Southern California and went on to write for children’s television including Nickelodeon’s Are You Afraid of the Dark?. Today, she lives in Manchester, Maine with her husband and two little super-heroes-in-training. Freaks of Nature is her first novel.
Learn more about Wendy!
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 as decoration. You could even put a bell in them for a child, just make sure to embroider the eye if you make one for a kiddo.Download the primitive bunny pattern here. And if you like to make rabbits, be sure to check out these patterns!
Spring Rabbit Fall Hare–Free! March Hare
Spring Rabbit Sewing Pattern
Fall Hare, October’s free softie sewing pattern!
The March Hare, a new sewing pattern for March 2014
Categories: animals, creativity, fiber art, free sewing pattern, handmade gift, Jennifer Carson, sewing, Softie of the Week, Upcycled
Tags: bunny, free sewing pattern, handmade gift, hare, rabbit, sewing, upcycled