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50 Dimetrodon plushies

Time for an adorable pictures post! You may recall that this past spring I made a horde of wee dimetrodon plushies for The Doubleclicks‘ Kickstarter. (Their new album has a song about dimetrodons. It’s awesome. The whole album is awesome. If you’re not already familiar with the Doubleclicks, you should really check them out. They […]


plush bus

I get commissions for all kinds of different things and all kinds of different reasons. Things from “My boyfriend loves this character” to “I’d like to give her a custom plush of her forum avatar” and “The baby needs a sun hat for summer anyway, why not have an awesome R2D2 one” have all come […]

Bears of IT

A little while back I got a commission to make teddy bears who could blend into an office of IT workers. And one bear dressed for a generic upscale office job. I also got a commission (a totally separate one) to make a giant pickle. The point being that in the arena of custom plush-making, […]

Protected: a monstrous mistake

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the adventures of UrK & Wrbbl

A few weeks ago I made some very fuzzy, very neolithic (in the stereotypical and not at all historically accurate sense) costumes for a LoadingReadyRun video about some cavemen who are ahead of their time. Besides covering our entire living room in soft, clingy, static-y fuzz, it also left me with some small-but-too-large-to-throw-away faux fur […]

bunny plush with zippered pocket

This was one of those weeks where the project I’d intended to write a tutorial for just wasn’t working out. I mean, it was working generally, but slowly and with tweaks needed, and I decided that I’d rather come up with an entirely new idea at the 11th hour and begin its tutorial-making process from scratch […]

clothes peg closet organizer

I never liked cleaning my room as a kid, but I did like organizing it. In fact I’d usually procrastinate on actual cleaning in favour of organizing one small drawer or corner in fastidious detail. At one point in my teenage years I not only alphabetized all my books, I also put little numbered and lettered […]