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Monday, February 27, 2012

Just a quick update...

I'm still here!  LOL.


I know I've not been very active lately,  sorry 'bout that. Between the holidays (my busiest time of year)  and now I'm trying to re-do my kitchen and bathroom...I've been overloaded. I keep trying to set aside time for working on crochet projects,  but I end up working on house-hold stuff instead.  I've been planning this kitchen/bath redo for nearly three years,  so I'm excited to get the work going (and *finished* - since I really hate having everything all topsy-turvy).


I PROMISE that I will get back to working on designing some dolls as soon as I can get these major projects done (and once again be a happy person with my finished kitchen and bath  LOL).

In the meantime,  I'm around here to answer questions,  and I check here and on the FaceBook Page at least a few times every day.   :D

So don't forget to check in with us from time to time!

12 Comments:

River Glorious said...

*smiles*

Do we get to see pictures of the renovations?

WolfDreamer said...

Know what? I'm such a dingbat, and was so excited to get going, I never took pics of the 'before'. LOL

I'll try to get some pics of the 'after' when it's done. It's not really going to be a 'magazine' kitchen, just better than before and fitting in the space I have. (I'll have better storage and organization and WAY more counter space when we're done).

Our main issue at this moment, is that when we knocked out a cabinet, we found a mouse 'haven'... so I'm having to play pest control now (and my cats think it's Christmas - LOL) The drought has caused rodent issues for everyone around here, and I thought I'd gotten lucky... but they were just 'hiding' on me!

It's always something when you start taking things apart. :D

cherry said...

Good luck on renovations!

I just found your sister blog : D so many great tips and articles !!

Sara Duggan said...

glad to have you back. Will pop in to your FB page to say hi.

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad you posted. I was worried that you weren't posting any more good luke renovations . P.S I would love a snubbull

Kyle Fish Howard said...

Oh my!!! Sounds so very exciting!!!! I've been missing you and keep checking your blog for new patterns! I can't wait to see what youve done with your place when it's done! ^_^

Also... I know it's out of place here... But I've not said it and would love to... I just love your Pokemon patterns and would like to see some more! I've busied myself away making them and my friends all love them as well!

Also I made a doll of Glaceon using your umbreon pattern.. And used crochet thread and a size 7 needle to make a tiny shiny umbreon. (blue where there is yellow) and everyone at the con I went to LOVEDDDDD it... So I told them of your blog!!! (few wanted to buy them off me ASAP! Even had an offer of $50 for my umbreon! Couldn't do it though! Too cute!)

Well what I'm getting at... Is would you be able to.... Clean up.... The pikachu pattern a bit? My friend would love one but your pattern, while still the best I've found!!, is a lil off face wise for us.... And I can't figure out how to fix the pattern myself or I would! It's just two flat in the face...


Also I would LOOOOOVVVEEEEE to see a Cyndaquil pattern!!!!! Or a lapras or mismagius!!!

Think I've said to much already!! But love your blog!!! Huge fan!!! (scurries off to make a tiny tiny drifloon using thread!!!)

Craft Cat said...

Hi I love your site their so much free patterns pokemon related , and others . I would like a snubble pattern or a tediursa pattern . By the way is their a way the triple a plushie in amigurumi patterns .

Craft Cat said...

Sorry many I don't think I was clear on a question .i met to say can you triple the size without bigger yarn hooks.
SORRY

NC said...

Thank you so much for sharing your patterns! If a friend saw a plushie I made from one of your patterns and asked if she could pay me to make her one for her other friend's birthday, could I do so as long as I give due credit to you and your pattern? Or would I have to personally modify it somehow so it is adapted from your pattern? I don't want to do anything wrong or unjust to you and just want to make sure it is ok if I sell anything and if so what conditions there are.

WolfDreamer said...

NC: If your friend wishes to compensate you for making a doll (or dolls) for her, then that's perfectly fine. I don't consider that to be a problem, it's only a problem when people start making them for the singular purpose of profit, and advertising them for sale, etc. Making them for your friends, family, co-workers, charity --- this is not a problem at all --- in fact, that's why the patterns are here, so that people CAN make them for others :)

Anonymous said...

do you think i can u use the body,feet and arms of the pikachu to make a hello kitty. im try ing to make one for my mom

Anneke said...

Hello,
I'm working on the Emolga plush right now. But.. I'm really having some trouble with the tail structure. I just don't "see" how I should sew it to the back. Could you please give a bit more explanation? I think that would help me out a lot. Thanks!

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