Now you all see why I no longer sell plushies; the demand got too high, then the number of artists skyrocketed, now the market is greatly oversaturated with plenty of artists far more skilled than I am. The only way I can sell is to lower my prices down to almost nothing, which is something I refuse to do considering all the time, effort, and materials it costs me to make them. This is why I’m moving on to needle felting: it’s much less expensive and not nearly as overdone as plushies. Plus it’s something I want to be more skilled in, so it interests me more. I also don’t have to fight with a machine to make felties and I feel like I have more control over wool than minky. 

 Sorry for the slow work lately, guys! I’ve been wanting to get some needle felting done on my own so I’d be able to quote some commissions prices on that, but I haven’t had the time to do any personal projects. Couple of things I want to announce as well concerning several things I have going on in July:

RTX: I will be going to the RTX event in Texas on the 5th for the Game Grumps/Starbomb panel, so I won’t be working on anything on that weekend.

SGC: The weekend right after RTX is SGC and I will be attending that con all three days (11th-13th), so again nothing new will be done during that time.

End of July/early August: Between this time frame, I’ll be spending a week in Florida and I won’t have any work finished until I return. 

 Please note that these are my vacation times and I probably won’t be answering any emails, asks or note inquiries while I’m away. I’ll definitely try to keep up with work consistently despite my busy schedule, but please keep in mind that I have a LOT going on and I do have a life outside of my work. Just be patient with me please.


I apologize for taking longer than usual to complete everything, I’ve been crazy busy with artwork and life in general. I just got some ink done on my foot on the 26th, so I have to stay off of my feet for a week until the swelling and soreness is gone. After it’s healed, I plan to finish the plushies and have them shipped out when I can get to the post office. Thank you three for being so patient with me!

I’ve figured out that I’m not exactly tired of sewing all together, I’ve just grown tired of making things out of obligation. I miss sewing as a hobby or sewing things that I want to make and selling them if I choose to. I also miss making things for myself, which is why I initially began sewing so many years ago. I want to broaden my skills away from just ponies, especially since there are already so many people who make them now.

So that’s what I’m doing; I’ve closed my plush commissions indefinitely, maybe for good who knows? I do love making and selling my work, but I want to do so on my own time and I want to make the things I want instead of taking custom orders. You’ll still be able to buy my work at some point, but not as often and it will be whatever I choose to make and sell. I am sorry to anyone who’s wanted to commission me, but I need to walk away from that for a long while. Thank you to everyone who’s supported me and who will still be around despite not taking commissions.

I think what I’ll do is finish the last plush commissions I have left on my list and turn my focus towards needle felting instead. As much as I love to sew plushies, I need a long hiatus from it. I may still sew something to sell on my own if I feel like it, but I likely won’t be taking commissions again for a good while. MLP for example is already saturated with so many wonderful crafters and I think I would do far better making felties since plushies are overdone. There are not nearly as many people who make and sell needle felted figures, so I seriously think I’d do better with it than I have been just sewing. I’ve been wanting to needle felt for a long while now, but I’ve been so tied up with art commissions and sewing that it eats up all my extra time. Since my art commissions /far/ outweigh the number of plushies I make, I’ll have to put that on hold for some time. If I get good enough, I’ll even start taking commissions for needle felting figures instead of plushies for a while.