Emerald City Comicon

I made it through my first Comicon! Phew! I've always gone for fun but never been on the other side of the booth as a vendor. What a marathon! But a fun one! I met so many great people and saw some amazing costumes. I had the best place for people watching! I'm so pleased with the reaction I got from customers, people seemed to really enjoy my work, which makes all that hard work and preparing totally worth it! I'm already signed up for next year which, I'm told, will be bigger and longer hours! I've never seen ours be so, so busy. I'm really impressed with how much it's grown throughout the years. Go Seattle!

I've put up photos of all my Comicon goodies on my Flickr, if you want to see what I made:

I've added some stuff to my Etsy and I'll be adding my new doll styles to my shop over the next couple weeks. I really had so much fun making these new dolls, I want to offer them all the time. It was hard for me to stop, I just wanted to do EVERYBODY! In some ways it was very self indulgent, making all of my favorite characters. I'm thinking of eventually offering patterns for sale for some of them as well. Thoughts? Opinions? Suggestions?