The iconic Rag Doll. Laura Ingalls dreamed of this doll. This pattern is free! Click here to download. Click here to view my other sewing patterns for purchase, if you’re into that kind of thing! It took me awhile to smooth out the rough edges of this pattern. As it turns out, a fashion pattern … More Rag Doll Free Sewing Pattern and Instructions
Why would you need a wall-mounted bull head, you ask? Because it’s so damn cute. These are the instructions on how to assemble your wall-mounted bull head. You can find the sewing pattern over here, on my Etsy page. And here is the Burdastyle link on how to print and assemble a PDF sewing … More Wall Mounted Bull Head Instructions
I remember watching some made-for-tv movie years ago, where an abused child was using anatomically correct dolls to show where he/she had been abused (“He touched me here… and here… and…here.”). And I wondered who the hell makes dolls like that? Well, I guess people like me make dolls like that. The creatively curious, or … More The Blow-Up Doll Tutorial
What an exciting year. For me; maybe yours wasn’t exciting at all. Or maybe it was shitty exciting (I’ve had a few years like that, 2010, looking at you with a screwface). At any rate, today is that last day of 2014, whether you liked it or not. Let’s reflect. I moved to a new-to-me/old-to-me … More 2014, In Review
Just a quickie post, showing you some pictures of the v-neck tops I’ve been working on! Long sleeved v-neck sweatshirts with front lace inserts, $59 at The Labour District! Limited quantities, first come, first serve!
This one is pretty easy. I can whip these bunnies out in no time, so you probably can too! Here is a link to the Burdastyle tutorial on how to print and assemble a PDF sewing pattern. Here is a link to the bunny pattern in my Etsy shop. Materials needed: *Fabric, 1/2yd or less … More Bunny Head Sewing Pattern and Instructions
This elephant head sewing pattern and tutorial was featured in the September 2015 issue of Love Sewing UK. Materials needed: *Fabric, roughly 1/2 yard. You can mix & match your fabrics for a contrasting effect; I think plaid and denim would look great together! *Matching thread *Doll stuffing *Buttons for eyes, if you’re a realist … More Elephant Head Sewing Pattern and Instructions