I'm sorry I haven't been doing much lately on my blog and Etsy shop. However, now that I have a new laptop (yay!) I hope to catch up on a few things. One of which being a certain baby dragon pattern that I was supposed to get on Etsy over a year ago *cough cough*. Yeah I know, I know...I haven't forgotten. I also need to finish updating my Crochet Barn Owl Pattern, but in the meantime I will continue to answer any questions anyone may have about it.
If you guys have any patterns you would like to see me do (hopefully not too far) in the future I would love to hear your ideas! I have a few more things that I've been working on but I'm still a bit unsure about them...we'll see.
I'd also like to thank everyone for their patience as I sort these things out. I really appreciate it :)
Wednesday, December 2, 2015
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Hello everyone! I know many of you have asked about my baby dragon pattern and I said that it would be on by February. That was my original plan; however since then I have been thinking about how I would go about writing the pattern (since I wanted it to have several baby dragon designs in it). I found a solution that (I consider) to be both creative and time consuming. Due to this fact, I decided that I didn't want to rush it and therefore will be putting it on Etsy sometime in the near future. I'm sorry about the delay!
Saturday, September 6, 2014
I know a few of you have been wanting my opened wing barn owl pattern, so on September 22 I will be putting it in my Etsy shop (see top right)! I'm putting it on then because September 22 is the two year anniversary of my Soren the Barn Owl post!
As you can see, my second opened wing barn owl is a little different from my first one. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to get his wings open and close. I did make a wing with sixteen individual feathers, but it was WAY too complicated to put in the pattern.
This is a VERY complicated pattern, so if you need any help you can always contact me, and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.
I hope you like how he turned out!
Monday, June 9, 2014
Congratulations to all the Graduates of 2014! Here's a little graduation cap I made.
5 Stings of Embroidery Floss, 3in long each (I used yellow)
Top of Cap (using black yarn)
1. ch 9, turn, sc across-8
2-8. ch1, turn, sc across-8
Now, slst around on each side (slst in and on the side of each st) There should be about 32st-F/O
Bottom of Cap (using black yarn)
1. ch 16 and join, making a ring-16
2-3. sc in each st around-16-F/O
Take one string of Embroidery floss, fold it in half, and knot both pieces of string together at the end. Then, (using your hook or the yarn needle) pull it through the middle of the Top of Cap(the knot should be big enough so it stops the string from being pulled out) Take three more strings and pull them (together) half way through the loop that was formed from your last string. Fold the three strings in half around your last string. Then, take another string, tie it around the end of the three (now six since folded in half) strings a few times, and cut off both ends. Sew bottom onto top.
Sunday, June 1, 2014
OK, first of all, I will tell you that this is not a pattern. :( I just wanted to show you this new baby toothless I finally finished a couple days ago. And to remind you that How To Train Your Dragon 2 is coming into theaters on June 13! I'm a little nervous, considering that sequels are almost never as good.
Since he is a baby, his eyes are huge and embroidered on. I hope you like him!
I'm also planning on making some of the other dragons, so let me know what you like!
Toothless the character belongs to his original creators.