whoa! theses are so creepy looking! they skeletons look really well made, I'd never guess you can transform them like this but using such simple methods and materials. you got me tempted to try crafting some spooky ones myself now!
I'm pretty new to posting on the forums, so I hope it's the right board to post this
I was getting tired of having nowhere convenient to put my hooks in, and didn't like any of the crocheted organizer patterns I saw, so I decided to sew an organizer! I haven't touched my sewing machine in over a year, so the seams aren't as great as they can be, but I'm pretty happy with the result.
Fruit Cake! the fabric actually has cake recipes printed on it.
close up on the tapestry needles pouch. not the most amazing sewing, I know, but at least the fabric is really cute!
and finally - closed! I'm going to replace the button though, it's only temporary since I had a very limited variety of buttons at hand when I made this. I'll probably go for a huge pink button [gotta love pink!]
Hi everyone! I started knitting a few months ago, and I'm hooked ever since. I've been knitting a lot of hats, which are really fun to do since they're such a quick and useful project. Here's some of the hats I've knitted:
And another one from the same pattern:
A tassel hat!
and from above
sorry for some of the pictures being a bit lousy, I don't have someone to help me photograph them most of the time. that's it for now
I've got this iDye yarn by jacquard, and some dylon permanent fabric paint. I want to dye cotton yarn [first time dying! woohoo!], but I don't know what would become of these two different dyes mixed together - will it turn out normal, or would the dyes mix oddly because of the differences in chemicals in them? any help would be much appreciated!
I love it! it's so cute! I was on the look for a good jigglypuff pattern, and for some reason didn't really like how wolfdreamer's jiggly came out in the picture. but now that I saw your jigglypuff I think I'll give this pattern a try.
Amazing work there! the original doily seems like a really hard pattern, so freakishly good job managing to make it without a pattern. and a bit random, but the doily reminds me a lot of peacock feathers