Hey Craftster! Man, I have been away for almost the whole year, it seems like! During the summer, I was going through a creative rough patch, but as fall started so did my redesire for yarn! Happy new year everyone Here is a small project to share: a vest
Hi there. Recently I've been seriously thinking about taking a glass/lampworking class, and I have just a few quick questions: How creatively satisfying is the craft? AND What type of projects can be made with glass and it's processes? Thanks to all who reply!
Hi there fellow knitters! I have not posted any projects since around April and even though being I've been off school since the last week of June, I haven't touched any yarn. Outside it is very hot, and when it comes to knitting or crocheting that depresses me b/c well, what's the point? What's the point of knitting or crocheting since whatever you make can only be worn comfortably during the cold seasons? I've been stuck in this funk for so long, and I'm ready to come out! So please knitters, tell me: What makes knitted things so warm? Is there anything else one can knit with besides yarn? Is there a type of way or process to knit that won't make things stuffy or too warm? Thank-you to anyone who can help!
Hello again, lately I've really been looking into weaving and seriously want to take a class, but I have another question. Is it possible to weave a 3 dimensional object on a loom? Please excuse how ridiculous this sounds! My problem is that I've been feeling a little down in the dumps b/c as the hot weather reigns, my usual crafts, knitting and crocheting aren't piquing my interest as they used to. So I've been searching for a preferably textile craft to click with. I keep going back to looking at images and videos of handwoven things, but I keep on seeing the same rectangular shape over and over (I mean no offense to the amazing weavers here). Is there any way to spice things up? Have you or anyone you know ever experimented with another process? It sucks being blue in summer, so any type of anything helps, a thousand thank-yous. ~ Jazz the Spazz
BEST. SCARF. EVER! Seriously man, I hope your daughter treasures that scarf forever, cuz it's beautiful! It is surprising although there are not too many crochet tutorials for anything nyan-cat since the theme shows up a lot here! Anyways, great job!
Hey everyone, hope you can pardon my lateness! I thought I'd reply to say thanks for the comments, and I'm glad I inspired some people to finish their own projects and such! And no worries, I will not frog this one! And as for the looming question, this is my own pattern. Thanks again