Shrinking Down Our Friends, the Knotty Knuckleheads

Shrinking Down Our Friends, the Knotty Knuckleheads

The Knotty Knuckleheads have been shrunk down. I’ve been working on designing a smaller monster art doll, in the hopes that I could spread out my pricing for everyone to enjoy. It has definitely been a success. The crochet pattern for the smaller monster has been written down, and I can easily make more of the little guys. The slightly larger collectible monster (because that’s what these are at these prices) has a crochet pattern in my head, and now I have to get that on paper too. Another monster should be showing himself/herself sometime this week.

Behind the Scenes {Seven}

Behind the Scenes {Seven}

In setting up my wholesaling, I’ve been doing a little reworking. I raised my retail pieces so I could add them to my wholesale linesheet. I wasn’t going to, because I wanted to sell them at wholesale costs myself and “make some money”. Well, that’s totally hypocritical seeing my stance on pricing crochet work and whatnot. It’s also no way to build my brand and actually pay myself for my talents.

What do Monster Puppets, Knuckleheads, and a Roast Turkey Have in Common?

What do Monster Puppets, Knuckleheads, and a Roast Turkey Have in Common?

Ever wonder how much you  can feasible create in a set amount of time? I was curious to see what I could manage in a 2 week period. Apparently quite a bit of crocheting can be completed. My new dolls are available for you (I added in my original Monster Puppet and Knotty Knucklehead… which were NOT crocheted during this time), and I’ll be seeing if I can recreate the productivity over the next 2 weeks. We’ll see.

{Crochet-As-I-Design-Along} Knotty Knucklehead – Week Nine

{Crochet-As-I-Design-Along} Knotty Knucklehead – Week Nine

This was a great little project. I’m happy to have a new free crochet pattern available, and designing it slowly as a crochet-a-long was a treat. It’s like I ended up with this neat pattern, while feeling like I didn’t really do that much work to get it. Once this week’s work is through, you’ll have your very own Knotty Knucklehead. These are very huggable monster dolls, and I will be adding this original (along with cool variations) to the shop.

{Crochet-As-I-Design-Along} Knotty Knucklehead – Week Eight

{Crochet-As-I-Design-Along} Knotty Knucklehead – Week Eight

Aside from eventually having to get ready for school, my schedule is wide open for the next couple of weeks. I’ve been waiting for this time for a few months now. I have so much good crochet fun going on in the background. This “downtime” really will help me pull it all together. Knotty Knucklehead turns into a doll today, and all we have left are the eyeballs… which may take another 2 weeks. Stay tuned for all the great stitching.