These pieces were inspired by the TV show “Sherlock,” starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. Use these chart patterns to create small, hand made portraits, perfect for adding a little decor to your space! The patterns can be added into different kinds of projects, such as the ends of a scarf, or decorations on a vest; and the 2x2 charts can be adapted to other crafts, like latch hook or melting beads.
I recommend using Vanna’s Choice yarn because it has all the shades of gray that you need, but you can use any color for the background, or even change the colors of their clothing. The photos show the crochet tablet sleeve and plastic mesh needlelpoint (version 2x2), but if you use smaller yarn, you can make it into a phone sleeve.
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Certain custom items are separated into 2 payments. PAYMENT 1: Half of total labor (includes pattern, crochet, and mounting fee). PAYMENT 2: Half of total labor; materials*; shipping*; overtime fee^*
* Determined after completion of project.
^ Overtime fee is ONLY applied if the project is completed more than 1 week after the original estimated completion date, and is charged per extra week (7 calendar days). Days 1 through 6 qualify as 1 week. The fee may apply to all custom projects that extend beyond their estimated completion date.
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Patterns are nonrefundable if they have been downloaded. If you have any concerns with your pattern purchase, please contact me BEFORE you download anything.
PAYMENT 1 of Custom Projects is not refundable. PAYMENT 2 is refundable only until the item is shipped.
In the interest of keeping on schedule and avoiding the Overtime Fee, each completed face in a custom portrait gets one rework.
When discussing your custom artwork, please advise me of your availability to respond to emails (daily, 1-2 times/week, etc). This will help me accurately estimate a completion date.