This is a list of commissions and/or personal projects I am currently working on or going to start soon! I do not always go by order of this list; I will typically complete the easier projects first and then continue on to finish the larger, more complicated projects afterwards.
Mango OC for Kuro (embroidery finished)
Maud Pie for: (embroidery finished)
3.) Scootaloo for: (embroidery finished)
OC Sarsaparilla for (ON HOLD)
These are the plushies that I currently have up for adoption!
Hello there! My name is Megg and I work at home full time as an artist. I generally draw fanart as my main source of commission work, but occasionally I'll do other crafts such as sewing or needle felting. My interests vary and my skills are continuing to grow as I learn more about each craft.
Please refer to the FAQ for any questions you may have. Thank you!
Q: Do you take commissions? What are your prices?
A: I will be closed for plush commissions for a while, but I will be taking commissions on other things such as artwork and needle felted figures. Prices vary, note me for details!
Q: What machine do you use? What fabric?
A: I currently use a Brother SE400 for embroidery and a Brother XL-2600 for sewing. Previously, I used primarily fleece, but I am now strictly using minky fabric on my commission work.
Q: Do you make your own patterns? How do you do it?
A: Yes, I make all of my own patterns unless stated otherwise. Making patterns can be difficult, but it's all a matter of trial and error. I learned through practicing with free patterns online, studying how other plushies are made, and understanding what techniques can be used for different shapes.
Q: Will you share or sell your patterns?
A: No I will not. I work on my own patterns for my personal use.
Q: Why are your plushies so expensive?
A: When you commission an artist to make a plush, you have to understand all the materials that go into making it; fabric, thread, embroidery supplies, stuffing, etc. Also take into account that each plush takes nearly a full work day (9am-5pm) to complete, sometimes several days at a time. You also have to keep in mind that in my case, this is my primary source of income! I work full time as a seamstress and artist, so any commission money I make is the only money I have! I have spent countless hours developing my skills as an artist; if you want quality, you have to be able to pay for it!
If you have any further questions, feel free to note me!