Here's fanart done by June from PlanetJune - there are no patterns for these, but she does say that they are not too hard to do once you have your basics down. Not too hard... yeah, right!
Columbo (I love Columbo!!!)
With her Basset Hound pattern - how perfect can you get?
Discworld! I am going to do my best to make this - I just want to make the disc a little more detailed. She used her sea turtle pattern for Great A'Tuin and her African Elephant pattern. No pattern is available for the disc but she does explain how she did it.
So awesome! And apparently, Sir Terry Prachett saw pictures and liked it!
Reepicheep, from the Narnia series (I forget which books he was in - I know Voyage of the Dawn Treader but I'm sure he was in one or two others.)
He is apparently her most complicated fanart - wires and special threads and such. Very cool!
Now for some by WonderAnn on etsy (and she does have patterns!):
I'm not a big horror movie fan but I need to make these :D
Supernatural characters! She has more than these, too, but you can get these patterns as a set:
I love that Sam is taller than the rest XD
Bram Stoker with a teeny Dracula!
A teeny Dracula in a coffin! I do love scary books :D
Mary Shelley with a teeny Frankenstein:
The Addams family!
I think she needs to add Uncle Fester :D
I won't say who these guys are - can anyone guess?
I need these so much, too! There just aren't enough hours in the day!!!
I could go on and on, but I don't want to drown you guys in pictures! So here's one last one I searched for - there were many versions, but this one seemed the cutest.
Just for Keebles :D