Scandinavian Blythe Dress Review

As I’m writing this blog I went to Etsy to paste a link to Anna’s shop, but the shop isn’t available at the moment. Then I noticed where Anna lives, Kyiv, Ukraine.

Designer Makers I like

Here’s a list of designer makers I like. They might not be big names, or money making wonders and might never be exhibitors but I like them. For me a designer maker is someone who makes things to sell and not a huge scale exhibitor, I like the idea of small time local designer makers.Continue reading “Designer Makers I like”

Makey Make – Polymer Clay Notebook

I know! I’m thinking the same thing. Another post in such a short time! This is the third video and I think I’ll have a break for a short while before I make another one. This time it’s to make a fabulous Notebook necklace from polymer clay. It only uses white clay, but has aContinue reading “Makey Make – Polymer Clay Notebook”

My shop check up (Has Etsy had it’s day?)

I saw a comment recently that mentioned how little they were selling on Etsy at the moment. They said they had spent over £100 listing things with little sales and wondered if it was worth continuing. I responded with a quick agreement, but then started thinking, my crochet patterns sell ok, but then they’re onContinue reading “My shop check up (Has Etsy had it’s day?)”

Free Pattern, Pepper Pot Doll raincoat

What a busy but great day. The Pepper pot doll pattern is finished and on Etsy. One problem I’ve had is not having a scanner. Every time I draw something I have to take it all the way to Inkwell or a local stationary shop (who seem to charge a lot for the service) butContinue reading “Free Pattern, Pepper Pot Doll raincoat”

Pepperpot Dolls

I am about a week away from finishing the pepperpot doll pattern and am just so excited about it. The pepperpot dolls is inspired by Gingermelon and the girls from my felt sewing class. They’re 6 inches tall (the size of a pepperpot!) and have a variety of styles to make each doll just asContinue reading “Pepperpot Dolls”

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