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Patterns, even the simple ones, can take a surprising amount of work to put together and pretty-up for other people’s use. If you’ve found some of my patterns useful and would like to donate a few dollars for them, I’d be most grateful!

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  1. Marlie

     /  August 10, 2011

    Thanks so much for these! Am stuck inside after surgery so just obsessively making paper bookmarks.

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  2. Mary Ellen Griffo

     /  March 11, 2012

    Thank you for all of the patterns. Haven’t gotten
    through them yet so still looking at the eye candy.
    How do I sign up for your blog spot? Thanks,Mary Ellen

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    • Tally

       /  March 12, 2012

      Hi Mary Ellen,

      I’m not sure if I’m understanding your question correctly, but if you’re asking how to follow the blog, I’ve getting the blog revamped a bit in the near future and there will be an RSS button you can use to add it to your feed.

      EDIT: Some changes and updates have now been made, and you should see a “Subscribe via RSS” link at the top right of the blog, just above the Etsy store widget. :)

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  3. emma

     /  April 2, 2012

    hey,

    Thank you for all the absolutly amazing patterens is their a possibilty that you could put up some more easer themed crafts.
    Thanks very much Emma

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  4. Rebecca

     /  July 2, 2012

    Thank you for the templates. I was wondering if you could also include the finished product underneath some templates. It would greately help to visualize how the art will look at the end.

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    • Tally

       /  July 3, 2012

      You’re welcome, Rebecca! I hope they’ve been fun & useful.

      I’ve thought of adding photos with each listing, but that would make the whole page pretty huge. But if you follow the “view the tutorial” link beside any of the templates & patterns, it’ll take you to a page where the first thing you see should be a picture of the finished item.

      Happy crafting! :)

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  5. chelsea

     /  July 3, 2012

    These are awesome! Please post more! I am an RA at a school and I’m using these as my templates. If you make more that can be used as doortag’s I will try to have some of the offices on campus hellp fund you :)

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  6. Whitney Cook

     /  July 15, 2012

    You are a wonderful and creative person and many blessings will come your way for being so generous…karma…ahhh. THANKS SO MUCH

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  7. Hannah

     /  October 11, 2012

    Tally,
    I want to make matching monster gloves for my friend and I, and I was wondering if you could post a pattern/template for me? I love your blog :)

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    • Tally

       /  October 14, 2012

      Hi Hannah,

      I had actually planned to post the pattern and a tutorial in about mid-November (I’ve got a schedule of posts, you see), but I could probably just post the pattern sometime in the next week or so for those who want to use it sooner and can figure out the putting it together part on their own. It’s pretty straightforward. I’ll try to get this done this week!

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  8. Joan Steele

     /  November 15, 2012

    Hi – we love you patterns and templates. We have been making the monster bookmarks, can we sell the finished project to raise school funds ?

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    • Tally

       /  November 15, 2012

      Hi Joan,

      Thanks! If it’s for a school fundraiser type project I’d be just fine with you making and selling monster bookmarks using my template. Thanks for asking, and best of luck with the fundraising!

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  9. Kay

     /  December 1, 2012

    I adore these and am having so much fun. I would like to donate something for the completely detailed tutorial and for the lovely pattern. What address?

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     /  March 17, 2014

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     /  May 13, 2014

    thank you so much for sharing such a big and kind heart you guys have cheers

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