The first time I saw the gnome fabric was when Hayley over at "Welcome to the Mouse House" posted pictures in our sewing group of her daugher's adorable gnome costume. I loved the dress and wanted to make one for Scarlett. Of course, being the procrastinator I am, it was months before I bought the fabric, and a few more months before I decided to buckle down and make one.
I'm so glad I did, though!
The pattern is the "Olivia Reverse Knot Dress" pattern from Pink Poodle Bows on Etsy. The PDF file was extremely easy to follow. I did change the bodice just a TEENY bit so there were no raw seams on the inside (which was totally minor and wouldn't have been bad at all without the change... I just wanted mine like that) and I made the skirt one solid piece instead of adding the border trim. The pattern is super easy to customize if you'd like and she breaks down all of the steps.
Keep an eye on my Etsy shop. Gnome dresses are going to pop up in the future. (Sizes 6m-3T to start, but custom orders might be possible up to size 11/12.)
Another recent project was a custom order. The customer requested a polymer clay figurine set that had Boba Fett shooting a zombie. I don't watch Star Wars very often (although the boys in my house seem to love it), so I printed off some pictures for reference. The zombie, however, was a total breeze. Well, aside from the fact that my imagination ran away from me on several occasions with all of the possibilities. ;)
In the end, they turned out pretty cool. Although, my opinion may be biased.
And the zombie. (Be warned, I'm a huge "Walking Dead" fan so I went a little crazy with the zombie.)
And the entire thing all together:
Giving serious consideration to making a few Star Wars and zombie ornaments for Christmas. *laughing* :)