And now I can't picture Baker Street without a little cot next to John's armchair, and a bassinet on Sherlock's desk ( he finds that the sound of the baby sleeping has a calming effect, which is invaluable to his deductive process - so baby Sean is getting used to being carried between various crime scenes and experiments). Anyways- I love the way you combine fandom with crochet and photography - its like a new kind of fan fiction that uses amigurumi instead of words. And I'm always so impressed by the little details in your dolls that make them look exactly right - like the shape of Sherlock's eyebrows, or the way you got the exact right colour for his hair. Also John's nose is perfect- and I'm not sure if this will make sense - but the shape of his head ( the way it kind of dominates his tiny ears ) is exactly right ! But anyway - thankyou for sharing this, its made me very happy. Yay JohnLock !
;A; you're so lovely dear Yes I tend to crochet my feels, I'm apparently not satisfied with my headcanon remaining in my Mind Cottage so I channel/translate it with yarn I'm glad it's been received so enthusiastically!
Also, I just started reading a fan fiction that I absolutely adore, being such a fan of Parentlock... archiveofourown.org/works/7291… the baby is a clone of Sherlock and his name isn't Sean but it still makes me so happy it's so adorable and amazing I can't wait to see how it pans out!
A marriage proposal? Accepted We will have so many wee bbys like these they will be overflowing out the windows and doors it will be crazy Akfjalskdjfadjglkjsfldksjdf just all my love thank you so much