Monday, July 29, 2013


When my friend found out I sew she asked if I could make her a stuff Hobbs because that's her all time favorite comic. This was the hardest plush I've ever had to sew. Partially because I didn't have a sewing machine but it was also just very tedious and time consuming. I spent about 20 hours making it. The stripes alone took 6 hours which I did in one sitting and my fingers feel like they're going to fall off haha I am very happy with the end result and my friend was super excited as well. He turned out a lot bigger than I originally thought he would be but that was just an added bonus. Would've liked some better pictures in day light but I just finished at 9:30pm and I am leaving in 2 days to fly back to the USA so I really didn't have time. I love being able to make stuff like this for friends. It's so rewarding to see them light up when it's all finished. Not sure that I'll ever make one again but it won't be for a while that's for sure.

 Laptop for size comparison (he's huge haha)

Yay ^_^

Friday, July 26, 2013

Completed Kyo Kigurumi (Doll size)

I ended up having enough orange fleece to finish my Monster High sized kigurumi! :D I think it turned out super cute and I might add it to my Etsy shop. They have gotten stricter with what you can sell on there so I am having to think up some new ideas. I'm not sure how well doll clothing sells but I am going to try. I would love to make some more but would probably only do so by request. I don't need 20 tiny kigurumis as cute as that would be haha I am planning on making this outfit for myself as well so we'll match. D'awww XD Operetta is not the best model with her poofy hair but it still looks adorable.


I made this a long time ago but apparently never posted it on here. I made this creeper for a friend and it was a huge hit. He's pretty big and I love how he turned out.

Here is the Pig I made as well

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Monster High Kyo (Fruit's Basket) Kigurumi WIP

Since I had a bunch of left over orange fleece I decided to make my kigurumi for my MH doll. I want to make one of these for myself when I get back so this was a fun mini practice. I didn't get to finish it (missing the hood) because I ran out of extra fleece so I'll finished it when I get home and post more pictures. This was super easy and I knocked it out in a few hours even with making up a pattern. I used a human size Kigurumi tutorial I found on blogger. We will match when I have mine made, how cute =P