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The sewing pattern for Ducky, the main character in my new book, Ducky’s New Ball, is now available! Ducky is a sweet 6″ poseable doll made from cotton knit and wool felt with a wooden doll body. The pattern is illustrated with photographs and clearly written. There is a list of suppliers included as well. … Continue reading
Last weekend was the Warner Fall Foliage Festival. We have gone to this festival every year since we’ve lived in New Hampshire, but this year we missed it. Both of my husband’s grandparent’s passed away recently and we made the 14 hour drive back to Michigan for their memorial service this past weekend. Fortunately, you … Continue reading
Meet Fionna! She is my awesome creature maker for this week! Here’s what she wrote me: Hi Jennifer, you don’t know me personally but I have had some of your patterns for a while now and just starting to make them up. I am not a sew-er as such, as I am mainly a Clay … Continue reading
Lavender Babies are soft babies for you to make in the Waldorf style. This lavender baby smells as good as she cuddles with dried lavender inserted into the body. Double-seamed for safety and so easy to make you’ll be making one for every new baby on the block! Baby is approximately 16″ long. Directions include … Continue reading
I designed this faerie pin for the Utopiacon 2012 program, but I thought it would be nice to share with you as well. He is hand sewn with just a basic blanket stitch. Just download the directions below and happy creating! Don’t forget to look for other fabulous sewing patterns by The Dragon Charmer! Find … 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!