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Photos marked with a * are available to purchase as a pattern. 
Photos marked with a ** are available as a free pattern.


If you see something you are interested in as a pattern, and it doesn't show up in my shop, email me at info@craftyiscool.com

Conan O'Brien*
Conan and Andy Richter

Pee-wee Herman*

Yo Gabba Gabba monsters

DJ Lance Rock and boombox**


Baby Monsters**

Michael Jackson*

Alice in Wonderland* and White Rabbit**

Baby Mushroom**

Happy Heart Pin**

Tiny Jack**

Wonder Woman*

Sad Story Toy Clown*

Parker Jacobs

Nesting Penguin Friends*

Mew from The Muppets' "Christmas Toy"

Star Wars Grand Admiral Thrawn

The Flaming C (Conan O'Brien)

Jambi from "Pee-wee's Playhouse"*

Jambi and Pee-wee from "Pee-wee's Playhouse"*

Chairry from "Pee-wee's Playhouse"*

Sue Sylvester from "Glee"

Oprah Winfrey

Astro Boy*

Willy Wonka

Blueberry Violet Beauregarde

Oompa Loompa*

Austin Owls*

Bud Royer

Star Wars Salacious Crumb

Kirby

Pac-man Ghosts

Stitch-a-Book**

Conan Blimp**


Dolly in PJ's*

Dolly in Dress*

Ms. Pac-man**

Sheepish Halloween Spiders**

Squeeze n' Sniff Pumpkin Pie**

Billy Mitchell and Donkey Kong-skin rug

Crafty Christmas Cottage**


Acre of Land**

Where the Wild Things Are*


Kai-Lan

Oswald, Weenie, Daisy, and Henry*

Bob Ross*

Dwight Shrute*

Rainbow Heart Scarf**

Lovey

Martha Stewart

Russell from "Up"

"Adventure Time" Penguins*
Link from "Legend of Zelda"
Tom Hanks in "Castaway"
Justin Timberlake

Emma Broidery, mascot of DMC 

Three sizes of monsters, same free pattern!

Eleven Doctor Who's and TARDIS

Travis Smith, CEO of Jo-Ann's

Sam and Suzy from Moonrise Kingdom

Conor Oberst (Bright Eyes) doll 
Linus, a pet lookalike

A Brussels Griffon lookalike

Frank Knuckles of The Legendary Roots Crew and Jimmy Fallon

Angela and Dwight from The Office





16 comments :

  1. You ARE awesome! Do you have patterns for these from somewhere or have you just made them up?

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    1. Thank you! :D
      I have made them all up. I do have patterns for sale for many of them, and you can find them by clicking above on "SHOP".

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  3. incredible work!!!

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  4. gahh so adorable >^<

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  5. amazing! hope I'd make as great items as you!

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  6. I see in you're banner at the top of the page you have a Willie Nelson doll do you have that pattern for sell? my hubby is a huge fan and would love one of those if you have it available! Your work is amazing and your patterns are easy to follow I made the 9th doctor as a gift for my cousin she loved him!

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    1. Hi Kellie! That's great! The Willie is in my book! My book is kind of a "choose your own adventure" format, and you can choose all the different elements to put together to make your own doll. :)

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  7. I absolutely love the doctor who ones. Seeing as I'm a huge fan of the show and have no ability to create things on my own, I would love it if you offered the patterns. You stuff is amazing and so creative!

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    1. Thanks! I do now have the Doctor Who patterns, available at the "SHOP" link at the top of my page. :-)

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  8. Allison do you do any Harry Potter characters?? Would love a set of those. Your work is superb.

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  9. You are absolutely fantastic! I can't wrap my head around it. I especially love the Where The Wild Things Are characters :)

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  10. Can you do Flo, the Progressive lady? That would be so cool.

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  11. I picked up your book at my local library for inspiration in my own doll crafting. I've been crafting dolls for awhile now. I noticed that there are some stitch count issues. For instance, in the curvy woman's body pattern, towards the end you have 6 sc, 7 invdec, and then 5 sc for a count of 20. Adding all that up, that is only 18 stitches, not twenty. Also, you don't indicate how to embroider faces nor where to sew on ears. I had issue with sewing on the ears because all you said was eye level but not how many rows, etc like you did for placing eyes. Also, in putting the eyes on the dolls: adding them after you stuff the head is a PITA. I add my eyes before stuffing the head and then stuff the head.

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  12. Love your stuff, but the background makes it hard for my aged eyes to read it

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