Crocheted Art by Stephanie Wiles

1091 Sales


Crocheted Art by Stephanie Wiles

1091 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars

Announcement   A new Pokémon Afghan is now available! Hurry while it lasts! :)



Last updated on Mar 17, 2018

A new Pokémon Afghan is now available! Hurry while it lasts! :)


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5 out of 5 stars
Angela Earhart

Angela Earhart on Mar 21, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Great pattern! Very easy to understand instructions and clear charts.

Kathie Delgado

Kathie Delgado on Feb 28, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Great fast service Thank you


WeAreFamilyHeath on Dec 15, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

I love this pattern and mixed with the previous Eevolutions Pattern set I bought, it's going to make an awesome blanket.

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Soft and warm, this rainbow infinity scarf is the perfect accent to any outfit.
New Pokémon Afghan available! It can be yours, but don't wait, they go fast!
A new Pokémon blanket has hit the shop! Bright and bold colors, and your favorite Pokémon!
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Exploring the potential of yarn

I love the beauty of yarn. Its texture, it's multiple weights, and colors. Yarn is my pallet and I love creating art with this media. I hope to play more and more with new ideas and bring some unique items to this shop. I'm very grateful for all the support that my followers have given me! I hope that this shop only keeps growing and bringing more and more wonderful things to Etsy.

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    I love creating colorful, fun and whimsical art. I try to use many different media, and have a great time playing around with them!

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Last updated on Aug 5, 2017
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Q: Can you copy this other artists work?

A: I get asked this question a lot whether it's something somebody saw on Pinterest or another shop here on Etsy. It's a very dishonest and unsettling thing, to copy somebody else's work.
The short answer, is I can do it, I don't like doing it, so I won't do it.
Even if I were to have permission, the truth is I have too many different pattern ideas of my own and too little time to create them. I would rather continue to slowly create my own designs to share here at my shop.
I understand the frustration of seeing something you like and not knowing how to get it, but I would suggest trying to reach out to the original artist.