FINALLY! I finally updated this thing. I knew it would be an incredibly daunting task because, come to think of it, this is the first plushie pattern I ever wrote - and oh my goodness, it was a doozy. I daresay my pattern writing has improved dramatically since 2016 so the new version is MUCH better. It's a 29-page extravaganza now! I made the pattern more readable and the descriptions more clear. So many pictures! Also videos. You all know I hate making videos, right? I also simplified a few parts because I figured out better ways to do them than what I originally did. Yay, learning! Anyway, crochet yourself a Claptrap! Get the pattern on Ko-Fi or Ravelry ! It is on the pricier end of the pattern spectrum but it's seriously a heck of a pattern. And it was a 5-day, 8-hours/day O R D E A L to update. ORDEAL, you hear me?! Err...read me?!?! Happy crafting! XOXOX p.s. I've got some cool stuff in the works for my Etsy shop and also upcoming FREE patterns planned!
Showing posts from September, 2023
- Other Apps
If you follow me on Facebook then you might be aware of a thread about Benjamin from Little Misfortune . I queried my followers to see if I should make him as a 3D version or a more stylized "flat doll" more true to how he appears in the game. I couldn't for the life of me think of the word "ragdoll" and just kept saying "flat doll" because omg. Anyway, part of Benjamin's charm is how 2D he is and I think he would make an excellent ragdoll so that's on my to-do list after I finish up some inventory and revamping my Claptrap pattern. In the meantime, I rounded some other cool ragdoll patterns up! (all pictures belong to their respective creators btw since I haven't made any of these because there is not enough time in a day for me to do all of the things I want to do) Unicorn by Spin A Yarn Crochet This is adorable and I intend to make one eventually. It's a FREE pattern with a paid PDF version here . Spin A Yarn Crochet has quite a f
- Other Apps
UPDATE 9/21/23: Bethesda rolled out an inferior Wilby pattern the other day, if you didn't know. If you'd like to compare it to my version, which is larger (I was shooting for accurate game size) then you can get that pattern here . I have been playing a great deal of Starfield. I am constantly encumbered by toys and potted plants. It's fine. Give me some pew-pew weapons, a spaceship, and let me collect cute plushies and plants for hours on end, which I'm piling in the middle of The Frontier because my cargo hold and captain's storage are full. Everything is full. Piles are the answer. Also, organs. Oh, my God. My dilemma with how to offload organs. Not the instrument, my dudes, I'm talking internal ones, which I steal. Anywho! Free pattern! Because I am nice and also Bethesda loves the copyright police when fans of their games want to make a few dollarbucks. It is what it is. Just like my in-game hoarding. You can though get a pay-what-you-want PDF version fr