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Both of the Acorn dragons sold quickly, I know I fell in love with them too. If I didn’t have the last Oak-winged woodland (guardian sized tucked away for myself, I would have kept one of the acorns.

Spring cleaning hit me early so I stopped sewing for a bit and have been sorting through all my tubs of fabric, so far I’ve gone through 30 of them – most of the fabric was originally for costumes, but I have found some forgotten fabrics – so a nice surprise for me.

I found a black velour with pink roses, and now I’m Fantasizing about rose dragons (keeping one for my personal collection), LOL.

I have finalized the new Nipper pattern and will be cutting them out soon.

The new WYRMS are almost finished, and they should get listed in March with the next batch, there will be other dragons out of this fabric too- so shiny- I love it.

I’m still plan on making Gryphons for the fall, can’t wait to see how they turn out, I’ve got the pattern worked out – but won’t get to sculpting and casting the beaks and claws until summer.

Time to cut out dragons for the next Hatching!

My plan is to cut out a few from the new fabrics, and hatch a few of the eggs I have have saved.

The next batch will have three each of –




Nippers (new Pattern-  a bit bigger than the old Nippers, rounder body, longer neck and tail)

Wyrms (new Pattern – long body,  large wings and no limbs)

Pictures to follow soon!

First Dragons of 2020

Acorn Woodland Dragons

Sprout has found a new home and is headed to Wisconsin. Safe trip Sprout.

’m also giving the 2019 dragons not purchased a make over, let’s see if they find homes.

I’m already working on more dragons for February-March

I also found some new fabrics, that I love, and will make many beautiful dragons!

I’m currently working with this fabric, cutting out Reivers and Nippers for Listing in March.

I should have 4 Wyrms out of this fabric finished early February (testing a new pattern, not sure there will be anymore of them)

I LOVE this Fabric, I’m not sure what to hatch out of it?, maybe guardian, or Asian Dragons, but it is such a happy fabric, maybe Pixies /Fae dragons too.

Working on the next batch of Dragons

After some realization of how many dragons I can hatch in 5-6 weeks,  my new Holiday To hatch list has been adjusted down to 6, the rest will be hatched after the Holidays.

2 – white, snow pixies (1 is reserved)

2 – Pink candy-cane Pixies

2 – woodland moths

I’m really pleased with these choices, and think they will be amazing.

I’ll be closing the Etsy shop down in mid December, don’t worry I’ll make sure to get any adopted dragons to their new homes in time for Christmas.

As for 2020, after I open the Etsy shop in February, I want to work mostly on larger dragons, it’s been awhile since I’ve hatched  any Royal, Sea, Asian, or Ryder dragons.

Halloween is coming! Update

 spent the weekend cutting out 25 dragons for Halloween.  Honestly I don’t think I’ll get that many sewn/ hatched in September, but I will try and finish as many as possible.  I will list any or all on October 1st.   In October I will start the Holiday and Fall dragons. 

Halloween Nipper Dragons from long, long time ago. Yes, I made them little hats

PS:  I have redone the Nipper Pattern, and will start cutting them out for 2020.  I gave them bigger dragon wings, changed the arms, increased the tail length, and plan on using ball and socket armature.