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Avril, The Goblin Traveler. I caught this guy trying to steal eggs from our chicken coop! Luckily he only got away with one and a nice black feather from the rooster. I don’t think he’ll be back, but I’ll be on the lookout for those red boots! Avril is made from hand-dyed wool, but you … Continue reading
New Dragon Hatchlings sewing pattern! Two beautiful dragon patterns in one digital download. Patterns will be delivered as a PDF file. Detailed instructions with illustrations. Each dragon is about 22″ long. Needle felted eyes and chest, soft sculpted nose, wired fingers/toes. Your choice to thread joint or safety lock joint, instructions included for both. … Continue reading
October is here, and in the Northeast, it is getting quite chilly especially at night. I hope you are enjoying your fall wherever you are! This month’s free softie sewing pattern is a cute little hare. Using leftover wool scraps I hand stitched this 8″ hare together and softly stuffed him. He would be great … Continue reading
Ever see something at a flea market/garage sale and wonder if you can actually do what you think you can do with it? I saw these 3″ overdressed porcelain dolls at a flea market recently and I thought to myself, I wonder if I can get those clothes and icky hair off and make them … Continue reading
This beautiful dragon sewing pattern is for a completely hand sewn dragon from hand dyed wool-blend felt. His body is needle felted with swirling patterns using wool roving and beaded for an extra bit of sparkle. His eyes are glass beads. Wired limbs and claws for posing. If you want to make this dragon for … Continue reading
Here she is, dressed and ready to meet the world! I’ll be working on writing up the pattern, and she’ll be available soon!