Okay so, when you’ve talked to me about what you want you’ll have to send the payment to my paypal account, which is ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’. Make sure to write your shipping address and exactly what you’re commissioning from me in the little message-y bit! After I get the transaction I’ll start work on the plush and when all is said and done you’ll be billed for the shipping!
Alright so I’ve been making plushies for a good while now and even with my job I’m not quite making enough money to fund my move to Ontario. That being said, I’m opening up plush commissions to help.
That being said, what can I make? WELL. I make small felt plush with hand embroidery, ‘flat’ chibi-like fleece character plushies, and more three dimensional plushies like animals.
Here’s the big one, pricing. It will all depend on the size, material and amount of detail. The base pricing for small and felt plush will be $10, simple fleece plush at $20 and more detailed fleece plush at $35. Keep in mind any extras will cost more, but for an exact quote just contact me. I promise I don’t bite! These prices don’t include shipping, which will be anywhere between $10-$20 depending on location and urgency.
If you have any questions, or even just comments come drop me a message in my ask. Any plushies I’ve posted will be in my craft tag!
Oh shit look another AJ plush, nobody is surprised. This was commisioned by tumblr user maikuchan he’s pretty sugoi. I like this guy.
This is what I’ve been doing lately, all sorts of fucking shrinky dinks. Pretty much my favourite thing to do ever. I have hundreds of these little charms and no idea what to do with them.
If you want to see more of my shrinky dinks, or detail shots of any of these ones feel free to ask I don’t mind shrinky dink photo shoots.
If people don’t know how to make shrinky dinks or whatever feel free to ask me I should be a qualified shrinky dink professional by now.
Side note: The art isn’t mine, I didn’t draw these from scratch. Most of them are just free linearts, some of them homestuck. Art is not mine. Yeah.
Alright so this is going to be a mini tutorial thing here, because the pattern for my Broken Record Bag isn’t really a perfect written down thing so I’m just going to explain how I did it.
You have to figure out what you want to do, I designed this little bag here but the same technique can work for scarves and hats too.
Pick what you’re going to use as a symbol/design, you’ll need to have it in a nice grid. Photoshop is good for this, it has a pixel grid built in. Each one of these pixels will be a single crochet.
Get your yarn and get started. To start off you need to chain the number of the bottom of the grid, +1. So if your design is 30 pixels wide you’ll want to chain 31. Then you start by single crocheting along for 30 sc’s. If you’ve never done a plain square you’ll have to remember to add a chain at the start of each turn so that it will add up to 30 again.
What I did for the bag was made the broken record square a pocket, the rest of the bag is made from two white 40 row 40 sc squares, and a long red bit of 8 sc wide that I made long enough to go around the sides and then the length of the strap. Then I stitched everything together with single crochets around to edge them, and I single crocheted along the edge of the strap to clean it up.
If there’s any more questions feel free to send me an ask!
Dave and John pony bead cuffs. These were really quick and fun and wow I really need more beads because I want to experiment with possibilities. I did the hero of breath one first, it was smaller and less complicated but it wasn’t all that hard so I decided to go right onto a bigger one.
(Though might I add that they’re hard as hell to put on and really uncomfortable and I am glad to not be the one who is wearing them.)
That patterns aren’t mine, I found them here! Everyone should give this a try it’s simple and fun.
Homestuck painted mirrors. I was bored and wow they had mirrors at the dollar store and I decided I was going to paint on them because what else do you even do with mirrors. Look at yourself in them? Pffft.
Yes I know there are fingerprints all over them they’re hard to get off and as soon as I touch one they’re back. Whenever I decide where I’m going to put them I’ll wipe them off for good. Taking shitty webcam pictures of mirrors is hard. Maybe one day I’ll get a real camera who knows.
Send me some ideas for what to do next because I’m doing more. These were fun.
This is a little project I’ve been working on here and there and it’s finally done. To be honest I’m a little disappointed in it, not that I was expecting it to look really great any ways. It was supposed to be a bit bigger and more messenger bag like but it’s more like.. a purse. Ahaha. So I can’t really use it but I’m sure someone I know can so that’s a thing.
If anyone is curious on how I made it feel free to send an ask, the pattern for it is pretty simple.
I made a tiny felt scalemate! He’s only about four inches tall and has tiny button eyes. Normally I’d scream up a storm about using felt for plush making but I think the only real exception is when they’re tiny and not turned. So yes all your stitches are visible but it doesn’t do the yucky puckering thing.
I’m digging this making tiny felt versions of big patterns thing though. I might post a tutorial on it yeah.