babby’s first cross stitch project, because go big or go home. from Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon: Another Story on SNES, ~40,000 stitches on 18-count Aida, 13x10.5 inches. started in like spring 2013? all i know is that i finished it that october and it was an exercise in patience and purple lolol
Operation “[H]eart, or Made with Love”
Just a quick note, while I have no finished projects to show.
From March, 11 til today I was working on my very first custom order, and yesterday customer asked me to put a little heart into doll’s chest. So I took my 0.5 hook and red sewing thread and did that.
PS to make it clear: I don’t put any spesial meaning into “doll with heart”, but I have no reason to say “no” when I’m asked to do such a “ritual” ))
It is a pretty cool idea in my opinion :)
next» guess? Hehe #crochetdoll #crochet #crafts #mameawcraft #makewithlove ตัวต่อไปทำอะไรดีน่า
Can I get this pattern anywhere? It’s so pretty!
Trying to make a lil pomeranian puppy but it doesn’t want to be as fluffy as the one from the tutorial :< But it’s still cute <3
It’s going to get a decent photoshoot after I finish it!
Rule #1: No time spent crocheting is ever wasted.
Rule #2: Keep track of your markers.
Rule #3: That’s not a mistake, that’s a design element.
Rule #4: There’s no such thing as too much yarn.
Rule #5: There’s no crying in crochet.
Rule #6: Never start a project without at least two hooks in the required size.
Rule #7: No coffee within 10 feet of yarn, projects, patterns or critical paperwork.
Rule #8: Block that puppy.
Rule #9: If the hook is not moving easily and smoothly in and out of the stitches, you are crocheting too tightly. Relax.
Rule #10: If it hurts, stop.
Rule #11: Check your work. Often.
Rule #12: Seam crochet only when absolutely unavoidable.
Rule #13: Cut yarn only when absolutely unavoidable (see special circumstance Rule #19).
Rule #14: The private should look as good as the public.
Rule #15: Whenever doable, obtain twice as much yarn as you think the project will require (a corollary to Rule #4).
Rule #16: There is no right way or wrong way, but there is the way to get the same results as shown.
Rule #17: Listen to the yarn.
Rule #18: Yarn sometimes lies.
Rule #19: Exterminate all knots and wonky sections as they arise from a skein.
Rule #20: UFOs that have not spoken to you for more than a year may be considered stash in pre-crocheted form.
Rule #21: Read the fracking pattern.
Rule #22: The pattern could be wrong.
Rule #23: Get it when you see it because when you come back next time it might not be there (another corollary to Rule #4).
Rule #24: Life is too short to mess with indifferent yarn.
Rule #25: Sweat the details.
Rule #26: Crochet is not dumb and neither are crocheters.
Rule #27: Knitting is not the enemy.
Rule #28: Anyone who doesn’t get Rule #26 is the enemy.
Every time I start a new skein of yarn I feel like I have to ask for its consent.
WTF Tsubasa 2014
Mokona (c) Clamp
6 cm, on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/ru/listing/183077609/mokona?
Wool 50%, felt, hollofiber, beads, poliester
Мокона из “Тсубасы”, ЗФБ-14. МК не дам, я сегодня жадная.
Kirsty Lothian’s badass, and *free*, pattern for the knitted Wonder Woman Jumper.this reminded me of you!
Fun story: I’ve had this in my knitting queue for ages
yvinosiop asked: thank you!! and it's never too late
Haha, of course! Thank you for sharing your awesome photos! :)
it’s not awful…
I want it! I looked for an inspiration for a beanie all winter and now when the winter is over I found it! :D HAHAHA!
Read more about the blanket and check out build photos.
This is AWESOME!
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I love you! ♥～(‘▽^人)