It is Spring and I am celebrating it with a relaunch of my Spring & Easter packs. A few years ago a created these lovely packs and forgot about them the past two years. But here they are again! You can choose between a Finse and Jonesy pack or Finse and Balloo pack. The packs both come with the pattern for the basket with eggs and only cost $9.98!
Just look at them, don’t they make the loveliest Spring home decor?
Now how can you get these packs?
In my Craftsy shop you can buy the packs as an instant download. You just choose the pack you like and download the patterns right after your purchase. One pack contains two pattens, the rabbit pattern contains the basket with eggs.
In my Ravelry shop you can add the two patterns you want to your basket and use coupon code ‘Springpacksheep!’ for the sheep version and ‘Springpackduck!’ for the duck version. The rabbit pattern contains the basket with eggs. Here the patterns are instant downloads too so you’ll have them right away.
No accounts there? No worries, just give me a note and I’ll send you a Paypal payment request for the pack you like to have.
Have a happy spring!
It has been a while since my last post. I’ve been making commissioned monkeys (something I am not going to do again) and have thought a lot about a new design. I had some trouble deciding what animal to make to be honest. After that rather realistic monkey, I wanted to go back to something simple. Basically to just a fun looking doll to make.
I asked for your suggestions and got some, but they where of the complicated sort. A kangaroo with a joey is an animal I want to make for sure, but I do want it to be both striking and simple and don’t have an idea for that yet. I also thought about designing a horned lizard pattern or a turtle, but was not sure I could reach my goal of fun and simple with those.
I also felt like making a cat. I have made a cat pattern before, Dandylion, but he isn’t a doll. A cat seemed like the perfect animal to make a fun and basic pattern for, and it also has some other interesting opportunities. So, a cat it was. The pattern for this cat will be simple but flexible. One with the option to make your own cat!
And no worries, the cat’s already finished. All I have to do is find the right moment to take some pictures and finish the pattern.