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Free Embroidery Update! Holiday Style <3

Hey everybody!
I’m rounding up on updating the last of my store patterns with embroidery! With this batch I worked on, I felt that the embroidery was too simple or small to warrant making into paid files, so from now on they’ll be included for free in the pattern! For those who have already purchased the ones in question, they’re free right here!

Which ones are included? We’ve got:
• The Cerberus plush from September of 2017. It only needs one tiny face (stitched up 3 times) to make it (perfect for 4” x 4” hoops), so it’s now free!
• The Usagi Manjuu plush from May of 2014. It was tricky since the original eyes were right on the seams. But I adjusted the pattern so now the eyes can be embroidered on hoops 4” x 4” and above.
• The Mini Sushi pack from June of 2016. Several of the nigiri and the maki rolls now have embroidery (for hoops 4” x 4” and above), some of which are even sewn in the hoop!
• And finally the Robot from May of 2017. This one has several faces to choose from (for 5” x 7” hoops) as well as all of the fun gear designs and other motifs for the robot (for 4” x 4” hoops).
If you haven’t taken a look at these patterns before and are interested, they’ll be 30% off this weekend!

But for one last surprise there’s also a free pattern I’ve updated the embroidery for!
The Eeveelution blob plush from January of 2018! It was a big undertaking, but the embroidery includes faces for all 9 of the Eevee evolutions as well as some in-the-hoop files for the ears and tails. Some of the sewing templates had to be adjusted to fit the embroidery, since sometimes the applique was done over seams in the old pattern. Be sure to look out for the new sewing templates in the instructions!

I hope you all enjoy these new additions and they stitch out well for you! Hopefully this provides a nice start to the holiday season!


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New Shop Pattern! Robot Plush


Hi everyone!
I’ve got a new pattern that I’ve recently added to my Etsy shop 😀

I had been toying around with the idea of a robot plush for some time now, both as a pattern and as finished plushies for sale in my shop. After releasing the Steampunk Chibi characters, however, I knew I had to give it a go! Why? So all the critters could have their own robot sidekicks of course!

What better way to go off on a globe-trotting adventure than with your own little steam-powered automaton? It has a fun chibi shape with a large head, small body, and thin little arms and legs. The pattern also comes with options for adding lots of gear motifs or a top hat so you’re sure to get a really custom looking character. But of course you can also use the pattern to make classic robots too, which are just as fun 🙂
To celebrate its launch, it was free for the first 50 people to download it. But that went by in a flash!
So if you’ve missed the chance, I’ll still be offering it at 50% off for the first week as part of the launch special: https://www.etsy.com/listing/510054018/sale-robot-steampunk-plush-sewing
I hope you’ll give it a look! And if you snagged a copy, I hope you enjoy it!


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Freebie Friday! The Bot Bag

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Today is bringing back a bit of nostalgia x3! By that I mean the fabrics from this bag are the ones I used for projects from when I first started up my blog, both the Frayed Tote Bag and the Zipper Bucket Bag. That’s about as nostalgic as one can get from a blog that isn’t even 6 months old yet :B

With these leftover fabrics, I thought they had almost a mod-looking color scheme, and with some white leftover vinyl I thought a robot motif would look awfully cute! So I went all out with the bolt pattern through the whole bag 😀 The contrast top and bottom actually repeats in the lining as well, which is also done in two pieces. Then from the seam in the middle there’s a hidden pocket done with one of my favorite techniques!

This type of bag is actually just a flat one with no depth. That’s not usually my taste, but I think they’re nice once in a while, because they’re about the only kind of bag that’s good to hold books in. I don’t know about the rest of you, but when I try to make trips to the library with bags that have depth they just flop around x3

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