Monthly archive for ‘ January, 2012 ’

Free Pattern: Chomsky (now available)

28th January 2012 | 0 Comments

Listing my pattern on etsy means that there was an awful lot of people who said some amazingly nice things to me. Most of them, of course, were my friends. Along with all of the usual I got a handful of suggestions as well. Some of them were ideas that I had thought about anyway, […]


Taking my Time

27th January 2012 | 0 Comments

It’s difficult for me to remember when I used to just rush through making amis. I wanted them to be done and I didn’t care if it wasn’t perfect. Except, over many years I started to pride myself on the fact that it wasn’t how quickly I could produce a doll, but how lovely it […]


Pepe is now on Sale!

26th January 2012 | 0 Comments

So without further ado, I finally got Pepe’s PDF finished and listed on Etsy. I was kind of terrified and a little relieved. Pepe is also available for purchase through Ravelry, if you’d prefer to get it there. ┬áThis is my first venture into selling patterns. Hopefully the momentum sticks and I’ll be motivated to […]


The creation of the first pattern for sale.

26th January 2012 | 0 Comments

When I first started getting these brilliant ideas for various patterns, I always thought the hardest part was remembering to write down changes, and keep track of what I was doing. Since so much is largely experimental, I had to remember what I was doing and what I was changing. I’ve come to learn that […]