Wiley the Wisp pattern and call for testers

Happy Wednesday beautiful readers!

I hope you have been well, the week here has been busy! I have finally started writing the patterns I entered in the amigurumi design contest and I have actually just finished writing up Wiley the Wisp’s pattern. I have decided to make Wiley a free pattern, which you can find on my Ravelry page following the link below.

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Find the pattern here!

If you decide to make him, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram @emmacraftsdesign so that I can see your creations 😊

I am also in the process of writing up Sandy the Sea Dragon’s pattern. I think that Sandy will be a paid for pattern but I will need a couple of testers to make sure the pattern is correct and easy to understand.

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If you would like to be a tester for Sandy, please let me know in the comments and I’ll chose two people that I’ll announce on next Monday.

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21 responses to “Wiley the Wisp pattern and call for testers

  1. I love your designs, i made it a mini goal to make things from WP bloggers. I don’t have much in the way of projects so i wouldn’t mind being a tester for Sandy x

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  2. I’d love to test for you!

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  3. claire93

    good luck with finding testers for Sandy, I’m sure you’ll have lots of volunteers. I would put my name down, but I couldn’t promise to be able to start work on it until February, as I’m currently doing some cross stitch testing for a few of my daughter’s new designs.

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    • Thank you Claire! I think I would want to have the pattern out by that time, so maybe next time! Cross stitch testing sounds fun too, I love your daughter’s designs, they are so beautiful πŸ™‚ good luck!

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  4. I would LOVE to be a tester for your adorable dragon! I hope you pick me:)❀️❀️❀️

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  5. I love Sandy, but you definitely DON’T want me testing, I am a bit of a disaster with a hook, so I always try for a bit, then go back to my knitting, because the circle looks more like a square, or the square like a circle….

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    • Hihi that’s noted! I am also kind of working on a knitted shawl pattern so maybe you could test that if you like it? trying to get my head about writing knitting patterns, it’s been fun so far!

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  6. Thanks for Wiley – I added him to my library right away and though I am itching to do him, I need to follow my January plans first (nothing worst than throwing plans overboard right after making them ;). But I would LOVE to test Sandy – he is so super cute ❀

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    • Thanks so much! I totally get you for the plans, I do find it hard sometimes though πŸ˜…I will put you down for the testing as well, and I think you’ll be the last one four is a good number 😊I will send a message on Instagram over the weekend, thanks again 😘

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  7. I won’t have time to test, but I would love to know when the pattern is available to purchase!

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  9. Aw yay I can’t wait to make my own Wisp!

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