Saturday, October 15, 2005

Website Update and Photos

I updated Jen's Stuffed Toy Archive today, and added a MAILING LIST for anyone who wants to be e-mailed when I add new links to the site.

I finally took some photos of things that I've been making lately, as well as some earlier things that I just never took photos of. The first is a photo of the two doily-coasters that I have made for my mother so far. The pattern can be found here.

This is a purse that I designed; I wrote down the pattern and will eventually post it. Too bad my camera kind of washed it out, lol... Hopefully I'll get a better photo for when I post the pattern.

This is a "baby" hat I made that didn't turn out quite how I thought it would. The pattern was a bit confusing, and for some reason it ended up really big even tho I checked my gauge, and the brim is completely wrong. The pattern is here if anyone wants to try to figure it out and see a pic of what it is SUPPOSED to look like. I didn't even bother to do the white part, since by then it was too messed up...

This ponytail hat didn't turn out quite how I wanted it to, either. It's pattern is here.

I wish this photo wasn't so dark. There is a better picture at the pattern site, here. Mine is dark blue, I swear!

This is a stuffed dolphin that I made this summer and never took photos of; I just kept forgetting! His pattern came from here.

This is an in-progress photo of the dog pillow I am making. I still have to finish putting his "fur" on him. Sorry the photo is so bad; my camera doesn't like to take pictures of dark things... This is a modification of this pattern.

Phew, that was a lot of photos!

I haven't worked on my swap bag since the last post; I've been working on making more things for the sale. It's this Wednesday and Thursday, and I really hope it goes well!


Anonymous said...

Hi Jennifer, my Mother mad Becky a ponytail hat when she was small. I probably have a picture of it some place. It covered her head more and tied under her chin. It was the same color of her hair and looked real cute!!!!!I believe the pattern came out of a Workbasket. Love, GMa

Anonymous said...

HI jENNIFER! I loved your work. Thanks for sharing. Kisses. Gilma, from Brasil.