I surprised my husband, a big Dragon Quest fan, by making him this Dracky plush for his birthday! This is the first plush I’ve ever done machine embroidery from scratch for. I also drafted the pattern myself from official art. I am just thrilled with how it came out! Plush making is so fun and … [Read more…]
Super cool Twitch streamer Cahlaflour recently commissioned me to make a plush of her channel mascot, Lemmy! Lemmy is sooo cute, and I was super excited to make him in my style. To make Lemmy, I drafted patterns for curved horns, fangs, and back spikes. I gave him big safety eyes to better match his … [Read more…]
There are a lot of fancy tabletop game accessories out there, but making your own dice rolling tray is both easy and cheap! The version I teach you how to make in this post does double-duty as a way to store and transport your dice and also works as a compact, cushioned rolling tray once you’ve reached the gaming table. Read on!
Happy New Year! Here’s a dragon! This is my third finished dragon from the pattern I developed over the course of 2018. This one was a gift for my sister for Christmas. She’s scaled up a bit since I had trouble working with the faux fur for the last one. She came out much better, … [Read more…]
YouTuber nekomewleta has a great little video tutorial for making an insert for your ita bag that will let you easily add and remove pins and other merch. You can make multiples to switch out as your mood strikes! This method works perfectly with any of my ita bag patterns! Instead of using a towel … [Read more…]
I was very excited for the new animated fantasy epic The Dragon Prince when the first set of episodes launched back in September. I watched the whole thing in two nights and just loved it! The world and the characters are so great, and I’m dying to learn more. My favorite character is Rayla, the … [Read more…]
A little Halloween treat for you pet parents of cats (and even small dogs!): this free pattern for making bat wings for your pet! This cute costume goes together very quickly and works on its own or as part of something more elaborate. While the pattern is sized for cats and dogs about 10-15 pounds, … [Read more…]