Before I made fun and fancy hats and toys for kids and adults alike, I focused on my art. Mostly my 3D art.
Here's a conglomeration of my 3D, photography, and, well, one ink drawing (ok, doodle).
If you're into making sigtags, I do have a small collection up at MTA, and, once things get back to normal, I'll have more there ;)
I also have more than one store for my crochet goods.
You know my bigcartel store:
But, I also have one at Storenvy
And I put my patterns up on Ravelry:
I put them there for 2 reasons...one, they take care of everything, including hosting. 2, it's WAY easier to keep track of what you have, and 3, YOU CAN REDOWNLOAD THEM IF YOU LOSE YOUR ORIGINAL FILE INSTEAD OF EMAILING ME. Not that I don't enjoy talking to people via email. I do. I love you all. From a customer's perspective, I HATE having to get in touch with a designer to ask for a new copy because I lost it, or they advertise that they updated the pattern. Ravelry takes care of ALL of that, and it's in one place. It's a no-brainer for me, and ALL of my patterns will be uploaded there.
Anyway, so, there's that. I am back to pattern writing, and store updating. And waiting for the Phineas and Ferb movie to come on tonight.