Happy Halloween, friends! If you're looking for some last-minute Halloween projects, I've got you covered!
This summer cardigan will be a free pattern right here on the blog. It's one-size-fits-many, but I'll include instructions on how to size it to fit anybody you wish!
Sometimes you just need a comfy, cuddy pillow to curl up with after a long day (week, month, year--whatever). Bonus points if it's something cute to have in your home, right? Well friends, I've got just the thing: it's my latest finished project, the Hedgehog Pillow!
I was so excited when I learned that Jodi Whittaker had been cast as the 13th Doctor, and I knew I had to design a graph specifically for her Doctor (including that crazy awesome outfit)! I've been putting it off for a while, but I'm so happy to say that she's finally here and officially a part of the new and improved Doctor Collection for the Whovian Graphghan.
In the third and final segment of the Amigurumi Basics series, I'm sharing my top 5 tips for making amigurumi dolls and critters. Ready? Grab your favorite refreshing drink and let's do this!
In Part 2 of the Amigurumi Basics series, I'll be discussing the different tools and materials that are necessary for making amis, and I'll even provide you with recommendations on the items I love using most!
Amigurumi can be a bit overwhelming, so I have prepared a three-part amigurumi series to help! In this series, I'll cover the some basic amigurumi information, the tools you'll need (and what I recommend), and some essential amigurumi tips. Let's get ready to make some amis!
This week, I have published two different sets of patterns: Elphaba and Glinda (from Wicked) & Phantom and Christine (from Phantom of the Opera)!
Want yet another update on the Nerdy Cardi? Umm, who doesn't?!
Not a big Frozen fan? LET IT GO! PDF patterns of these mini Anna and Elsa amis will come soon. For now, enjoy this really long blog post with both patterns!
Need more geek-themed crochet items in your closet? We've got you covered with the Nerdy Cardi, coming soon!
I've been working on my Bobble Sheep Pillow pattern for several weeks now, and I am very close to being able to publish it here on the blog! About a week ago, I finally finished the first sheep, and I love how it turned out. Excuse the awkward face I'm making in this photo--I still… Continue reading How Not to Make a Pillowcase
In my blog life, I have a tendency to be, well, not so punctual. So I'm celebrating America's birthday one day late!
Everybody needs sheep pillows in their life. EVERYONE. (Okay, maybe it's just us!)
It's graduation season, and you know what that means! *cue Pomp and Circumstance*