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Pattern: Chubby Cat

I'm not a big fan of sewing when it comes to amigurumi so I've been designing a few projects that have very little to no actual sewing involved. Behold, the chubby cat! Chubby cat comes in 5 different versions: Solid,…

Doll Hair Affair

This is a bit of a companion piece to doll hair re-rooting articles. If you haven’t already, check them out to learn all about how to re-root! Calculating the amount of hair needed for a reroot Doll reroot and resources…

Retiring from craft commissions

I started NoNapTime as an attempt to live out a dream of living off of my “art.” Although family and friends recognized my creative pursuits, I didn't get a lot of support or encouragement in regards to actually pursuing a…

Apoxie Sculpt: Rosalie

A few months back, I revealed a few modded dolls in progress using Apoxie Sculpt. If you don't know what Apoxie Sculpt is, read all about it over here! Meet Rosalie! This buxom babe was modeled after anime character, Super…

Picco Neemo: Of heads and wardrobe

Last time, we talked about Azone's Picco Neemo bodies. Since they're relatively new, there aren't a lot of heads available to use for customizing. Obitsu's 11cm head was a good candidate but had to be modified in order for it…

Experiment: Rerooting with Yarn

Rerooting with yarn is nothing new in the doll world. It's the "go to" fiber of choice for any cloth doll but will it work for fashion dolls? Yarn reroots by Mimblex featuring Monster High and My Little Pony. The…


29Nov 12

Korra: MyScene/Monster High hybrid

Korra was pitched to me by CharmingNightmare. I have not seen Legend of Korra but saw a lot of it everywhere. I love her character design and anyone who cosplays her…

29Jul 11

Part 2 – A Crash Course in Crochet

These are a series of crochet stitches which are common to amigurumi. All you really need to know are the basics such as the slip knot or magic ring, chain…

05Jun 15

Repaint Story: Rochelle Goyle

Due to popular demand, I've documented my repainting process! I chose Rochelle as subject as a callback to the repainting process articles I wrote several years ago: The Repaint Process…

29Jul 11

Part 3 – How to read amigurumi patterns

Amigurumi patterns usually come in the following forms: Regular: These patterns are written out and usually easier for beginners since they are detailed and riddled with explanations. Here's an example…

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