rofl, you clipped your knitting apart into little pieces, i took my polymer and mashed it into a pancake then gave it to my little sister to play with, i guess i'll stick to crochet and learning knitting, and leave the polymer clay to super artists like you!
those little cakes look so yummy, and i'm a sushi fanatic! they are absolutely adorable.
those sushi are so cute, if you sell those, i'd love one! i think they would make a cute little brooch pins, magnets, or even pendants.
wow, that makes me totally wonder, i wonder if you can crochet in prison these days? i mean, with all the clever ways an inmate could damage another person with a crochet hook (Crochet be deadly, Arggh!)...
I just posted this on another thread, of similar interests, it so sad.
wow, i feel so bad for everyone in this thread, knitters, crocheters, and sew-ers.
I crochet (not that well, still learning), handmake cards, do tech support....etc....
People are always trying to get me to do stuff for free, and it kills me. I know better that whenever my (insert relatives name here) calls, its because she wants me to fix her computer, and even if its something like a hard drive with a 100% bad sectors, or a dead monitor, i'm supposed to make it work again or replace it, for free. its gotten to the point where they don't even make dinner for me anymore....i just come home and the answering machines blinking with a message for me or my dad to fix this or that.
I have guys at work say "hey can you make me one of those" or "hey my mom would love that for Xmas".....and they think i'm making excuses when i explain how it took me over a week to crochet a shawl for my stepmom, or that the yarn i bought for "x project" cost more than $10 or $15 you wanna pay me. right now i have a coworker trying to convince me that it would be "real easy" to crochet him a 2ft Velociraptor for Xmas....yeah, i can barely make a hat dangit.
What is so sad is that i'm going to be looking for an experienced knitter around my birthday/Tax Refund Time (yippee), and all these horrible experiences will have probably ruined it for me. I know enough that i need do this around Tax Refund time, but what i wanted knitted i want bad, and it would take me years to get as skilled as i would need to be to make the pattern i want (hint: its on stitchdiva's website). But i realize that, so i'm willing to not only pay, but eventually earn the friendship of someone i can learn knitting skills from (i plan on starting to learn knitting as a birthday present to myself in Feb).
sorry, i just had to whine and add my two cents...