Friday, February 26, 2010

Plush Team Emitto: Volume 1

We have a lot of talented folks on the Plush Team and any time you get talent together, you're going to find people who have published works. I've been collecting some of the team's published works for a few weeks now and in honor of the upcoming release of our first Plush Team book, I'd like to share a few with you:

Most of our followers know that the Plush Team earned several features in the Winter 2010 issue of Stuffed Magazine, but did you know that some notable Plush Teamers have also been published in the Winter 2009 and Summer 2009 issues as well?

There are just too many team members who were featured in the magazines to list them all here. Suffice it to say, it was totally a team effort!

Crammed Organisms

Another collection where you'll find Plush Team members is the 2008 copy of Crammed Organisms. Published in a limited edition of 5,000 copies, this book included Absolutely Small, Christina Ward, Follow the White Rabbit, Love and a Sandwich, Moon's Creations, Plush Goodness, Pterodactyl Pants, Spooky Daddy, and The Pixels.

Craft Leftovers Monthly
The December 2009 issue of Craft Leftovers Monthly features an interview with Claire Chambers of Absolutely Small, but the next issue could feature you! This monthly magazine, brought to you by CraftLeftovers.com, will also be featuring patterns from Absolutely Small in their recently released March 2010 issue that is all about plush!

* For information on submissions to Craft Leftovers Monthly and a list of deadlines, see their contributions page.

Folks from "down south" may have had the opportunity to see the work of the Plush Team's own Fluffy Flowers in the July/August 2008 issue of Savannah Magazine. To check out the issue cover and spread featuring Felicia Haywood's owls, check out her blog.


Portraits of Animals
Portraits of Animals Volume 1 and Volume 2 are self-published books by Zazu Faure. The second volume of Portraits of Animals is organized by the re-purposed sweaters from which the pieces were made. Each chapter focuses on one sweater and the variety of animal forms created from it.

This tour has been a lot of fun and I hope you'll join us again soon for our next volume of Plush Team Emitto. Next time around, we'll look at Plush Teamers who have published patterns and where you can get your fuzzy little hands on em'

And don't forget to keep your eyes on the blog for the big announcement of our upcoming book!
 

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