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And the most frustrating? I have to say the most frustrating thing is managing time; it can stop me moving forward as there doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day to get all my projects completed. Plus, the demand for my dachshund toys takes up most of my time.


What are your tools of the trade, which is your favourite? I love using Photoshop for creating pattern designs and Spoonflower to create my very own fabrics.


colourful and sixties, I’m usually inspired by it!


What’s the most rewarding aspect of working for yourself in a creative business? It is so rewarding making and designing my own things from


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scratch. I’m always so encouraged when I’m featured in blogs and magazines; it makes me so proud of what I’ve made. With so many amazing designers out there, I can’t believe how much interest alice apple has created.


How do you get the word out about your work? It normally happens without me knowing! I find that I’ll have completely sold out of everything in my Etsy shop because I’ve been featured on a blog. The internet is so great for spreading the word as so many designers like to share their inspirations and favourites.


How do you see alice apple developing over the next 2 - 3 years?


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