I’ve been super busy lately, so I kinda dropped the ball on this blog. Want a peek?
I’ve got a couple of orders on the go. I’ve been asked to make some brain props for a Cthulhu LARP being held at a local LARP convention. I used a purchased pattern, but the brain ended up being baby sized. So I’ve written an adult sized brain pattern. It’s looking good so far.
A customer ordered a black with maroon hooded capelet like the grey one I made. It’s coming along beautifully.
I’m working on stock for the Saskatoon Entertainment Expo coming up in September. Lando’s on the go.
More crocodile stitch pouches for the shop, a Forest Girl Beret in cute variegated yarn, a baby overalls pattern that is about a year to late, but I still wanted to make it.
And lastly – I hope to finish my Lotus Moon Blanket I started back in 2016.
I got a bit done in April. Not as much as I would have liked of course. I had several orders, which is awesome. Including an epic Crown done in pink & an Octopus Hat is purple and green.
Neon Unicorn Amigurumi x 2
Gender Queer hat in greens
Transgender pride hat in blues
gay pride hat in pinks
Gender Fluid Hat in red and white
Forest Girl Beret in Dusty Pink
Octopus tencatle hat
grenade x 10
brown stripey hat with scrap pompom
Cthulhu Dice Bag
Bag of Dicks!
Crown Hat in Pink
This is an amazing hat!
I had a request for this style of hat, & found the free pattern by Abnormal Crocheter. I found the pattern not exactly well written and the hat was frustrating to make. I also didn’t have the “right” yarn to make the project awesome. Enter in Red Heart’s Ombre yarn in violet. Winner winner chicken dinner!!
I purchased a different octopus hat pattern from The Twisted Hatter, and while expensive turned out to be the better pattern by far.
I really like how the lime contrasts with the purples!
What do you think?
Buy one for yourself or see my project page.
My teen has taken a big step & created a Gay Straight Alliance in their high school! It’s been an interesting but rewarding experience. They have a small club, & are working towards creating an atmosphere of acceptance and allies in the high school.
Towards that end I thought I would design some hats in the theme of the Pride Flags!
My teen wears their Gender Fluid Slouch often, so I am pretty happy about that. 🙂
I have the hats listed in my Etsy shop, & the patterns in Ravelry for you to buy and create your own. Available as an e-book or individual patterns.