Wednesday, September 10, 2014
I bought this kit on a whim and thought you guys might enjoy it too! It's a fun, fairly easy, little project that turns out very cute! Great for a break from crocheting or something peaceful to do on a rainy day!
More info and my review after the break ^_^
Wednesday, September 3, 2014
Here's one I've been meaning to finish up for a while, since ORAS was announced! This pattern should work up pretty quickly and doesn't need much yarn, I made mine out of scraps. Fun fact: it rained or stormed nearly every day I worked on this, somewhat weird/funny. Anyways hope you guys enjoy, only a few more months till the remakes! Approx 17 inch wing/flipper span, 10.5 inches from nose to tail stub
Thursday, August 7, 2014
Here's a nice simple pattern to share with you guys, it's a little pokeball drawstring for keeping small items like dice or change. You can change the colors to whatever you like, try making different kinds of pokeballs! This would be a good pattern for someone just learning to work in the round or a nice quick pattern for a quiet afternoon. I can generally make one in under an hour, they make great gifts too!
Sunday, June 8, 2014
I've had this pattern written up for a while but keep forgetting to post it, someone at Con yesterday asked me for it so here it is! Just a simple bag I made to go with my fluttershy cosplay, you could modify it to match anypony you want or just make a regular bag. It's a nice size for your DS, wallet, phone, and camera with a little room left over. I made the strap a solid color even though on the show the part that goes over her back is dark brown ( I had too much light brown and no dark brown and I was strapped for time). I'll include notes in the pattern for if you want to change the strap color. This is a nice simple pattern good for people just getting into crochet. Let me know if you have any questions!
Sunday, April 13, 2014
Woah! The wild Helioptile you stepped on attacked!
I told myself if I was going to make this one I was going to make the ears open and close, I'm pretty happy with how it turned out! This isn't too hard of a pattern despite the ears looking crazy, they are made in segments then sewn together so it's not bad at all. All the other parts are pretty basic so this might be good for a beginner looking for a bit of a challenge. If you have any questions or find any mistakes please let me know, enjoy!