relationship status: taken, dating erika :’) favorite colors: pale pink, baby blue, violet lipstick or chapstick: chapstick but honestly who calls it that. it’s lip gloss. last song i listened to: run away with me
(patrick stump remix)
by carly rae jepsen last movie i watched: table 19 top three characters: mae borowski, camille engelson, elena fisher top three shows: agents of s.h.i.e.l.d., jessica jones, steven universe top three ships: erika and i, fitzsimmons, ninej
As a recap, a prototype of the finalized version of my pattern is at the bottom.
It will be available for future release through my etsy shop for $10. You will receive the base pattern plus the patterns for open & closed pegasus wings, and the unicorn horn.
I still have a lot to do before the release. There are still some minor edits I need to do to make sewing easier and I’ll be making blank prototypes for earth, pegasus, and unicorn mares to visually represent what you can make. Full instructions with pictures will be included with the pattern along with a copyright notice.
I’ll release more info and progress as it happens. Thank you everyone for being so supportive!
Derpy is for sale! Please note me for price inquiries.
She’s made entirely out of minky fabric. Her eyes and cutie mark are embroidered. I did a satin stitch gradient for her eyes, which was kind of a pain to get to look nice. Derpy’s wings have soft chenille wire frame inserted for stability. She’s just over 12 inches tall.
I finished the littler Rarity I was making to help SpaceVoyager test out her new pattern! The pattern is super cute and will hopefully be available for sale on etsy soon.
It’s a great pattern and I would highly recommend it for anyone who has at least a little previous sewing experience and wants to make a pony. The pattern will, as far as I know, only be for a unicorn, pegasus, or earth pony body and will not include manes or tails. I patterned Rarity’s mane and tail myself since it seemed more fun to make a complete pony than just a body!
I’m helping Spacevoyager test her new pattern. Of course I’m making a Rarity with it! I decided to use metallic thread for the main part of the iris because sparkle always does the trick when it comes to Rarity! I did it in all embroidery rather than applique/embroidery because it’s significantly smaller than the eyes for my standard sized plushies and the applique would probably not have worked as well at this size.
Hopefully I’ll get her sewn together this weekend. The pattern looks really nice and I know Space is really excited to get it finalized for release.