Little Sister Sue, upon seeing my Boba Fett bag, immediately requested that I make her a bag of a Goron from Zelda. Without thinking too much about it I agreed and a few days later did a quick Google search of Goron masks. I never really got into playing Zelda, though I did try and I did watch Little Sister Sue play quite a bit
It was during Little Sister Sue’s birthday in January that Jay and I had the pleasure of meeting a very lovely couple (we’ll call them Bob and Gail) who are into board games, video games, and other nerdy, geeky things. As we shared interests and pub food, my blog and crochet came up. Like a proud parent I showed off my crochet creations. At this
I’m sure by now you are aware of my fascination with sea creatures and that I’ll most likely continue making them. So it’s no surprise that I made a crochet shark pin: Shark Week starts on Sunday and, being a shark lover (though still scared of them), I decided to make a cute little pin. Now I can strut around town showing the world that
A while back I purchased a package of earring hooks, hoping to make lots and lots of earrings. As it usually happens with random craft purchases, the hooks ended up in the back of a craft drawer, forgotten. I even bought a second pack because I was convinced I didn’t have any earring hooks! Recently I came across a pair of beautiful crochet hoop earrings.
Like many other women out there, I enjoy fashion accessories – admiring them and of course wearing them. And although I don’t often wear jewelry, when I do it’s gotta be different and funky. Recently I was going through my accessories and realised I haven’t added anything to my collection in a long time. I wanted to make something summery and pretty so I made
Okay, so I know it’s not exactly Halloween or Dia De Los Muertos but I couldn’t resist making a crochet skull. It all began when a friend of mine posted a link to a hat with a skull pattern on it. I was drawn to its uniqueness (as I tend to be when skulls are concerned) and thought about not making a hat but instead
So I know it’s a little late in the season to start making winter accessories – didn’t the groundhog say we’ve only got a few more weeks left of winter? But I seem to have lost my headband and the only solution was to make another one. My original headband was knitted from a sort of chunky acrylic yarn. It was functional and did its