Knitting all over the streets of Melbourne
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Today I will take the day off from all school related activities and work on this scarf. My sister in law asked me to knit one and I’m like five inches from finishing. Knitting is the most relaxing activity… There is something magical about the movement of your fingers and slow breathing. *sigh* After I’m finished with this scarf I will be ready to knit my very first hat. I just need to get the special size needles and just knit away!
I want to go watch the movie Chronicle, Roger Ebert gave it 3.5 stars. Señor Ebert and I usually agree on our ratings so perhaps we will go do that tonight. I am almost done reading The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest but I’m putting it off out of my selfish attachment to Lisbeth Salander. I don’t want her out of my life. Just not yet.
Today shall be a productive day full of activities to keep the anxieties away.
Here is our blue owl case !
This one was made for a special order. As you can see, you can choose the colors and the size you want for you phone case. You just need to send us an email in order to give us all the details. Let me remind you our email adress : knittin.needle [!at] gmail.com
As always, the case is made with knitted wool and the owl with felt. You can close the cover with a little botton on the back.
To order it, go check our website HERE !
Submitted by possumsloveart: This is no ugly duckling, he is handmade with love by me! He can travel with you everywhere, just attach him to your purse, backpack, keys, etc. I made him with acrylic yarn, felt, embroidery thread, safety eyes, and polyester fiberfill. From his tiny feet to his head, he stands 3 inches tall. Doesn’t he add a little splash of cuteness to your day?
Having made a western type dragon for chinese new year, I want to make an chinese dragon as well but didn’t have the time nor the inspiration to create my own pattern at the time.
Now that my chinese zodiac collection is coming to a close and I still have no inspiration to make the snake, I thought it would be a good time to try making a chinese dragon.
I think this is my most creative of my patterns and I spent a long time thinking of his pattern but I think he is worth it in the end! ^^
His body of changing from green and then back to cream took me a long time and took me four attempts to make it because the cream part started to go diagonal…(Im not sure I explained myself very well but it didn’t go well at all)
I think his claws and the little pearl he is holding in his claws are a nice finishing touch and I really love him!
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i know you’re all probably sick of seeing this, but it’s finally done (i promise this is the last time i’m going to post pictures)! i added an antenna :) he sits upright on the edges of tables, and doesn’t need to be leaning against anything. i’m so excited to give this to allan ♥
i’m reblogging this because i’m still incredibly proud of it heh
(via doublecrochets)Source: motomu