Sunday, November 29, 2009

Introducing....Pullip Haute Cro-ture!

New to Yummy Pancake - Pullip Haute Cro-ture. Why Cro-ture? Well, because this line of Pullip clothes is crocheted...get it? (a special thanks to Chelle for coming up with the name ^_^). Check out all the different designs...including some holiday my etsy shop!

Saturday, November 28, 2009

Deck the Halls with Mr. Toastee ^_^

Woohoo! It's the weekend after Thanksgiving! Do you know what that means? I can decorate the house for the holidays! I was in such a festive mood that I listed a whole bunch of holiday Toastees in my etsy shop, including some super cute ornaments! Fa la la la la la la la la!

Friday, November 20, 2009

Yummy Pancake at Luv-able & Hug-able

Check it out! Luv-able Hug-able is another show that I am participating in this year! The theme this year was medium and mini plush. I actually struggled quite a bit on what I wanted to make, then I was inspired by my favorite food...TACOS!! Here's what I came up with:
Senior Toastee, Tico Taco, a tiny jalapeno and the cutest little margarita ever ^_^ it even has a little glitter "salt" rim around the top. If you are in the NY area, be sure to stop by Gallery Hanahou and check it out!

Gallery Hanahou
611 Broadway, Suite 730
New York, NY 10012

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Yummy Pancake at Plush You

Phew! I have been crocheting like a madwoman lately! Wanna see what I have been up to? I'm planning to do a series of posts this week to make up for my complete lack of posting so you can see what I have been working on. I've been a busy little bee ^_^

First off, I wanted to talk about Plush You at Schmancy in Seattle. Before the show, Kristen was nice enough to do a little interview with me on her blog. Check it out here.

Here are the pieces I made for the show:

Mrs. Toastee McBacon and Little Baby Melba...I even put a little rattle in Baby Melba:

I Scream for Happy Happy Ice Cream Cone - I put a crier in this one su when you turn it upside-down, it really DOES scream:

And last but not least, my favorite piece - The Plush-A-Sketch. Right before I sent it along to Schmancy, I added a little embroidered "Plush-A-Sketch" Label....and of course I forgot to take a picture of it:

From the pictures I saw, there were a lot of amazing pices at Plush You this year. Even though the show is over, you can still get your hands on some of the plushie goodness that was there here.