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I'm so excited to make your pygmy puff for my daughter's 11 year old crafting birthday (her and her friends are each going to make one!) but can't find the template. Can you help? I'm new to You Tube so maybe I've missed it? Thanks.
The templates for all of my youtube tutorials can be found in the video description of each video (which is located below the video - on a desktop browser, click 'show more', and on mobile, click the arrow to the right of the title under the video)! Just click the link to go to the pdf and you can print it from there. For the pygmy puff, the pattern is here: http://www.laurenfairweather.com/wp-cont...
Hey Lauren! Before I ask my question I'd just like to say that I love your videos. You have such a sweet, kind spirit, and I wish I could be as kind as you are. It's really hard to be nice to people at times, but I feel like you do such a great job of being sweet to everyone, which is inspiring. You are also very talented, I listen to The Moaning Myrtles all the time, and I wish I could sow like you. Okay, actual question now: Have you every watched the show Friends, and if so, did you enjoy it?
I loved it when I was in high school (I own all 10 seasons on DVD) but recently, I started rewatching it when it was added to Netflix and I have to say, I couldn't even get through season 1. I still quote it regularly and I look back on most of it with fond memories, but the way LGBT characters are treated on the show was just too much for me this time around. I couldn't enjoy it the way I used to, back when I assumed that the closest representation of myself I'd ever see on television would be on the receiving end of constant tasteless jokes.
My name is Olivia, and I am a huge fan! I love your videos on YouTube. I was watching your Books-Only videos with Jackson Bird? (maybe?) and I was thinking that I completely understand why they are funny or whatever, but I didn't think that when I'd first read the series because I ~finished~ them when I was about 7 or 8, and I didn't get the humor. Anyway, I literally just finished making the golden snitch barrette DIY (with the help of my grandma!) and I am currently wearing it. I love your plushies and I'm DEFINATLY going to buy one when I get a little bit more money. :)
Also, congrats on the big news about the baby! Do you have a name picked out? Well, I'll hear from you when you reply!
See you around Hogwarts as well (I like to consider myself a "Slytherpuff"), so maybe in the common room!
-Olivia, Age 10 :)
Hi Olivia! Thanks so much for writing to me. I'm glad that you're enjoying my videos! To answer your question, my baby's name is Rory. He was born a little over a month ago!
It got a copyright claim so I took it down.
My first Harry Potter plush toys were little multicolored fleece owls and I started reading the series when I was 11 or 12 years old.
I don't know what that is, but I made a Monster Book of Monsters plush toy tutorial on my youtube channel in case that helps!
Aw, thanks! I don't have any more physical copies of the first two The Moaning Myrtles CDs but they're available digitally on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/the-m...
However, I do have some physical copies left for our a cappella EP, Bathroom Acoustics, at http://laurenfairweather.storenvy.com/pr...