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…]
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…]
There are so many terrible commercial dragon plush out there, folks. They are all either too scary or too goofy. As far as indie pattern designers go, Choly Knight has some great little dragon designs, but I’ve been interested in something that’s still cute but not so stylized and chibi. So I set off to … [Read more…]
Last summer, I replaced my old, normal ironing board with a DIY solution. It’s awesome. It’s inspired by Brooke at Custom Style, and Quilting with Mom. I had piles of stuff on the floor beneath my ironing board. Then I found out about making a custom table with storage underneath. You get more storage space … [Read more…]
I recently purchased a home embroidery machine in order to expand my options for making and designing bags and plushies. I’m looking forward to learning how to digitize my own embroidery designs! I think it will take my work to the next level. But of course, I have to learn how to use the machine … [Read more…]
I recently got into bookbinding. I’ve been wanting to try it for a while, and I finally decided to sit down and just try it. I originally made a simple coptic stitch book with just printer paper, cardstock covers, and perle embroidery thread. Then I decided I wanted to try case binding using glue and … [Read more…]