You get at least 2 levels of awesomeness from this post: links to makers I think you’ll love (click the images to find the maker) and ideas for little gifts. I love seeing what you make from my patterns, your details and your stories, I love that these things are in the world, cats in pants, woebegone pines, enchanted mushrooms etc…
The mischievous fellows above are made from the mr. socks pattern and free little pants pattern.
The trees are made from the woebegone pines pattern. I love whole the table!
And I love that they are very often gifts. Handmade gifts that surprise and delight. The songbird pattern is breaking records in that department. Also – FYI – I am a big fan of cottage industry and selling things you make from my patterns is not only OK but encouraged. If you do sell stuff I so appreciate if you let people know where you got the pattern.
Find the mouse pattern here and the mushroom pattern here.
The world’s tiny doll population grows every single day.
And there are lots of free patterns for tiny doll accessories. checkout the miss thistle society collection for those.
There is lots more to see – check out #missthistlesociety and #annwoodpattern for more.
Also in the little gifts department I’m making you something! Look for a free diy and template for this little paper swan treat box next week.
Oh the swan is wonderful, can’t wait!
Love the newsletter. Thank you so much for taking the time to put it together. Inspirational!
I just shared the tiny doll pattern with the needlework club at our local high school. (How cool is it that there is such a club?). I can’t wait to see what they create and I’ll be sure to share.
Love your newsletter and look forward to shop some of your awesome patterns
As ever really inspirational. I keep all of your newsletters and revisit them often, like old friends.
Thank you for sharing and giving me the confidence e to have a go!
Thank you for your wonderful creations and gifts to the world. They bring lightness and joy!
Beautiful little dolls and other creatures. Love your work.
Ann, what a wonderful post! There is now a Tiny Rag Doll Nation group on Ravelry, and we are mighty! Lots of wonderful inspiration there as well:
Thank you for inspiring a world of creativity…
I so much enjoy your newsletter. The mushrooms I made from your patterns were a big hit In my local shop and sold out! I added your website and credit to the back of each tag….so much fun to make!
You work is always a delight. I think you should write a book about Miss Thistle and her friends.
How wonderful to see my circle of little dolls on your blog post. This circle has since increased significantly! I have been really enjoying making them, and your blog and wonderful patterns are a great source of inspiration. Thank you.
So wonderful! So inspiring! Thanks!