So for Christmas this year I made Yoda’s in light of my current obession with playing SWTOR from the amazing patterns by Lucyravenscar. They were a big hit and super adorable.
I wanted to post an update since I realize I have been MIA as of late and some of you might be waiting for my Mokona pattern.
Sadly life has been a bit hectic, and not in a good way. I have been busy with work and finding new business per usual but I have certainly been feeling the pressure lately.
Also there is an illness in my family and much of my free time has been spent discussing it, worrying about it and trying to organize road trips (as the person is unfortunately a bit of a drive away).
I will get back to the Mokona pattern as soon as I can but right now it’s a bit too much on my plate. I apologize to those of you who are waiting and thank you for your patience.
Another amigurumi for gifting. This was for a friend’s birthday (and I gave it to him last week) and tied it to his main gift. A really cute and simple ami for any mario fan. Find the Bob-omb pattern here and enjoy his sadistic cuteness (isn’t it unfair that something that’s about to explode is that cute?).
The most recent in the Sailor Scout line-up, Sailor Saturn! Again, this was based off the Sailor Moon pattern with the exception of the hair.
The Katamari Prince is one of the first patterns I have done that I was REALLY excited to make and it is one of the many patterns that have made me a HUGE fan of Nerdigurumi and all her work. She has an amazing list of FREE patterns and all kinds of information.
Anyway, I love Katamari Damacy, and may make another Prince for myself at some point but my intention with this one was to give it to a good friend in Boston as soon as I found the magnetic Katamari Ball Pattern to go with him.
He is now in his permanent home with my friend as a birthday present (and that friend’s birthday happens to be today too!). I know he is in good hands