finished! this took a lot of time only because i made two different repeat patterns for the pants and scrapped them both
by the way, if you don’t want me to reblog stuff just let me know and i’ll take it down!
woah, super cute and clean!! *_* i really like seeing how people construct different than i do & how their styles differ
Another doll in progress, a fishy one! The beige thing I put together myself is supposed to become a fishtail, with the same embroidered pattern as on the face. Note to self: Don’t underestimate embroidery again. Ever.
wow! the embroidered scales god that’s so cool… omg… rolls around
Since embroidering the fishtail for my other doll is taking forever I’m making another doll during coffee breaks. I bought a really cute tiny straw hat that perfectly fits the heads of these dolls!
omg what a cute design! i’m really really happy you’re getting so much use out of the pattern! i can’t wait to see the finished products :O
Hey guys! It’s official, I’ve started a fundraiser for my friend Ray!
I’m financially alright and I have the support I need so I offered to give the proceeds of my store to help him in funding his top surgery for his transition. Ray and I have known each other since highschool and has always been the sweetest and most supportive person I know living here. I’ve been with him during his transition as we both grew into our potential (although we both have a ways to go). In order for him to realize his, he is setting aside money for top surgery.
I have set a goal of 500 dollars which I’m just 80 dollars in. I plan to add more things to my store when I get some free time from school such as those my little pony marshmallow plushies and possibly more of those beemo plushies that sold so well before.
500 dollars would be maybe less than 10 percent needed for the surgery but I want to help him out the best I can.
Again, the link to my store is here. A signal boost would be appreciated if you’re not interested in what I have at the moment!
signal boosting! you know you wanna buy cute plushies for a good cause
Her name is Summer Showers.
For more information (materials, adoption fee, height, etc):
chaserspeaks asked: hi! I bought your adorable doll patterns on etsy, and I was wondering if I could make a few to sell at a church craft fair, and another to auction for charity at a local con this summer. I know you said only commissions were okay so I figured I would ask for permission in this instance! thank you so much :) p.s. I will happily send you pictures of my creations... I'm excited to work with your patterns!!
hey thats totally okay! the only thing i ask is that i’m given credit for the pattern and that there’s no mass production going on. i’d love to see your finished work ahh!
i hope you don’t mind that i’m making this public! it might be relevant to someone else too.