I saw one of the gingerbread men long ago and pinned it for later so I would have it when I eventually learned to sew. I ran across it the other day and it brought me to this woman's website. Everything she makes is so amazing! I am just learning to sew by hand, but some of you could probably make these in no time. I spent several hours looking through her website. I think I plan to make everything at some point! In addition to sewing, she also does some crafts with paper clay and styrofoam and paper crafting. I also am not sure if the blog will disappear since she has not posted in a while. I have noticed that sometimes that happens on certain websites. I have no idea if that is the case here or not. I hope it is around for years to come even if she does not post again.
The first link below will take you to see the chick and the pattern for the chick is below. She also provides you with the patterns for most of the items she makes.
If you would like to see more pictures of her work, here is the pinterest page.
Those are adorable. And a cute story. Will have to go back and check out more things. Thanks for posting.
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It's a wonderful site, I ran across it a couple of years ago. It's sad that she doesn't keep it going anymore. If I were you I would copy as much as you can (when you have time-do a couple a day) and save it to your computer, especially the ones that you love the best. Save the patterns/templates and the instructions. I do this all the time, then I put that into a folder and save it on a thumbdrive that way it's there when I want to use it.
Her site is very interesting, but I'm not sure exactly what she does. Her felt items are interesting, but very intricate.This message has been edited. Last edited by: KarenMO,
She does have some great felt items and I have followed her blog a long time-- and have saved several things from there. She does very nice work, doesn't she ?
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