All I can say is WOW! I can’t believe all of the amazing entries that came out of the woodwork for this contest! Thank you all so much to everyone who participated! It was so tough to choose the 20 entries that I did; I would have easily given out 20 more prizes without a second thought. So please know that if you didn’t get a prize, your participation was still very much loved and appreciated ♥ I got over 250 people that entered the contest, many of whom submitted 3 projects or more, so there was some tough competition.
If you haven’t gotten your prize email by now, below you should see where you stand 🙂 And if you still want to get a hold of some free patterns, I’m starting a giveaway TOMORROW! For all you guys that are still new to plush-making and maybe didn’t feel comfortable competing ♥
Next were the runner-up prizes! These people received ALL of the legendary creature patterns I created for 2016 in addition to the Steampunk Chibi plush pattern 😀
And last is the GRAND PRIZE WINNER! This winner gets the whole sewing pack! Complete with over $50 worth of minky and other sewing supplies, PLUS all the patterns mentioned before 😀
Gorgeous photography aside, Leah Tribal’s versions of my dragon pattern feel like they could come to life. With so much attention to detail and every stitch perfectly placed, they all have so much character and love put into them.
So congrats to Leah Tribal on her excellent work and congrats to all the other amazing makers! You guys really blew me away! I couldn’t have imagined a better response 😀
Thanks again to everyone that entered!
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Oh my goodness! The little white bat with the black lace!!! So cute! 💜
I love the black cat. Was it made exactly following a pattern or was it a modification? Which pattern would it have been made from?
It looks like a modification of my Jackalope pattern 😀
Congrats to all of the winners and runner-ups!
All these winning entries are adorable! I’m so jealous, they’re so good! 😀
I love the Reindeer. Where can I get a pattern 9f Rudolph?
That plush was made using my Peryton pattern which you can find here: https://www.etsy.com/listing/488332347/peryton-winged-deer-stag-bird-animal
I hope that helps!