Saturday, October 22, 2011

Steampunk Tutorial for Flora

WOW!  Thanks s much for the wonderful response to this version of Flora.  I have written a tutorial of how I made her though she is really very true to the original pattern.  If you are interested, you can access the tutorial here.


Rhissanna said...

Thank you so much for the tutorial. Wow, the attention to etail is amazing! I love the leather cutouts and I'm going to have to find out what grungeboard is. I've seen the term around but I'm still not sure what it means. Thank you again for taking the time to write this up and share it. You're wonderful and Flora is gorgeous!

bubbygigi said...

Stephanie, thank you so much for the interesting information. When you are going to teach a class on making a simple doll, please let me know.

SympleTymes Cloth Art By Sherrie Nordgren said...

Stephanie,THANK YOU so much for your wonderful Steampunk Tutorial for Flora"
Stephanie on CDA
at the Prim Doll Studio we are having a Steampunk challenge, I would be SO homored if you would join.YOUR doll Flora is AMAZING!
Thank You once again Hugzs Sherrie

Heather Elizabeth Brauner said...

Stephanie You Rock the die Cuts !

Sue said...

Hmmm... broken link? Or did you take the tutorial down? I've bought the pattern, and was going to do the steampunk version, but can't find the pdf that's listed here. Advice?

Golden Valley Library said...

Stephanie I love your Flora Steampunk and am about to purchase the Flora pattern but the link to the steampunk tutorial isn't working - is it still available?