Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Did it Work?

Ok, I think I've successfully uploaded a pdf on my website - the Snow People pattern/instructions. I need to hear from a few of you to let me know if you can access the information.

This link will take you to my free on-line patterns page. Just click on the snowman and it should take you to a page with links to the pattern and instructions.

http://blueherondolls.com/Free%20on-line%20patterns.htm

Just drop me a comment here to let me know if it worked or if it didn't.

Thanks!

5 comments:

Jan said...

Thank you so much for the pattern. I was looking for something my 10 year old niece and could make for Christmas gifts and these will be perfect! I know we'll have a ball raiding my embellishment stash!

Jan

Romona said...

Hi Deanna, Thanks so much for the freebie. He/She is so cute. All the different variations are adorable..Thank you, Romona

Carla said...

Wonderful!! Just in time for a snowman swap. Thank you so much for the pattern. I can't wait to make it.

creativedawn said...

Yes, Deanna....
I downloaded the pattern and instructions. Then I went through all of your albums....amazing work. I would like to attempt making a doll using your method and will purchase one of your patterns. I like the larger dolls (about 24 to 30 inches) not sure if I can even work with the beautiful but tiny dolls...lol...so if your doll patterns are small, I'll be enlarging them... Anyhoo, your dolls are gorgeous. I am guessing that the "messy mix" has a formula...wow of this is sooo exciting....will go and look to see if you have a book....by now I am thinking you've probably written a couple of books! I'll be back to visit often. Your work is awesome! beautiful and I really like the beautiful witch!!!
hugz
Pam

Deanna Hogan said...

Hi everyone!
Thanks so much for leaving comments, and for the lovely compliments.

Pam - I had to laugh when you said I'd probably written a couple of books - only in my dreams!

I'd started a pin doll book a couple years ago (yes, more small dolls) to work on between projects. I haven't gotten very far on it, because I've been working on doll after doll, with deadlines, and no "down time." Someday.

Thanks again,

Deanna