Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Parts



If I made a pattern, would you buy it?

(Please say yes, because I'm already at species #13 and still diversifying, and if you say no, what on earth am I going to do with all those photos???)



25 comments:

  1. Let me guess: scales of a dragon, the eyeball of something, udder of a mother cow, some mane on an animal, and the thoothy inside of a ferocious dragon.

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  2. Insanity!! But I'm loving it!! :) The colors in that first pic give it away... but it's not a dragon, right? Methinks the last one's not a dragon, either, but a shark? So fun to see... you must be having a blast. Or are in need of an asylum by now. ;-D

    Carry on. People will buy, no doubt about it!

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  3. peacock eyes (for tail feathers)
    eyeball or toad lumps on backs
    udders
    mane
    agree that it must be the mouth
    :-)

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  4. Yes, especially if they are as adorable as the pig in your last post.

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  5. I'm totally just waiting for when I can give you my money. ;D

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  6. I was probably sold by the first picture. Though I hate working with felt, so if it's not felt-only projects that'd be swell.

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  7. Most likely, yes. I adore all your previous patterns, and I have a soft spot for stuffies (pun intended). I still think about that hedgehog you made because I've never found another that looked quite as perfect (still puzzling out the reverse engineering on that one, because I think my daughter would adore her own).

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  8. As much as I adore your design and would like to own all of these stuffed toys (and would absolutely and immediately buy that huge mouthed animal), my choice on buying the pattern will depend also on the reperibility of the material(s) used for the construction. I have no other way to purchase fabric with particular prints and textures (such as giraffe spots or fish scales for example) than being killed by shipping rates... :P
    while, on the other hand the peacock feathers seem ok to me because you're constructing them starting from solid colors which are easier to find everywhere.

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  9. I guess I would really prefer it if you were making (and offering patterns for) bags and clothing. There are a lot of other designers who can make stuffies, and while you would do an excellent job at it (as you do with everything that you make), you are definitely the queen of bags. And costumes. And darts. And so on ...

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  10. I believe I spy a peacock, cow, and shark here! I might buy a pattern. I would certainly be tempted!

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  11. Yes, I think that melted cow pattern is gonna be a big hit.

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  12. Yes! I need a dragon pattern before Mar. 10

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  13. Yes, commercial stuffy patterns are pretty boring and un-imaginative. But I do love making stuffies... so yes, I long for patterns that are designed well, like I know you would do.

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  14. Yes!!! I am already in love with each one of them and I can't wait to make them for my little one.

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