After this novel is written and edited, I’ll have some more time for my love of yarn and all things that can be made with it.
The monster is complete!
My first order from Etsy is completed and sent off, and I am excited to get any feedback my first buyer may have. The pattern is super easy, starting with a magic ring and using HDC for the whole thing. I like how quickly they work up, and the many different color combinations that can… Continue reading My first Etsy sale!
This ripple blanket started a year or so ago, and I only got so far before frogging the thing. However, what took me several skeins of yarn involved missing stitches, making some of the sections straight as an arrow. It looked awful. With the help of my guy, we were able to undo ten feet… Continue reading WIP – King Blanket
Buried treasure! Long-lost project!
Life has been hectic lately, so I took the opportunity to utilize my day off and make something for my niece! While I don’t have any photos of her wearing it yet, I do have a photo to share. Please forgive the quality (and the unfortunate flash) of the photo, my phone has a terrible… Continue reading A Completed Project!
This project got its start thanks to the Chicago White Sox. On Friday the 29th they’ll be holding Star Wars night wherein $5 from each ticket sale goes to Stand Up to Cancer, and to top that off the first 750 people to purchase their ticket will get a Star Wars/White Sox beanie. My guy is… Continue reading WIP: The Yoda Hat | Edited 03/31/2015
First off, I’d like to apologize for the lack of sharing works and other fun yarn-inspired thing-a-mabobs and whats-its. This last month I’ve cracked down to study for my upcoming Certification test the first week of August, and while I think I’m ready for it the feeling of ‘must study more’ still nags a little… Continue reading Ready for August!
Crochet has always been part of my life in some way or another, but only the past few years have I actively done anything with yarn other than wear it. I watched my grandmother crochet bracelets and adorn them with all sorts of buttons; my mother always had a stash of yarn that sat in… Continue reading Yarn Bending!