Posts Tagged ‘ knitting ’

Pepe is now on Sale!

26th January 2012 | 0 Comments

So without further ado, I finally got Pepe’s PDF finished and listed on Etsy. I was kind of terrified and a little relieved. Pepe is also available for purchase through Ravelry, if you’d prefer to get it there. ┬áThis is my first venture into selling patterns. Hopefully the momentum sticks and I’ll be motivated to […]


The creation of the first pattern for sale.

26th January 2012 | 0 Comments

When I first started getting these brilliant ideas for various patterns, I always thought the hardest part was remembering to write down changes, and keep track of what I was doing. Since so much is largely experimental, I had to remember what I was doing and what I was changing. I’ve come to learn that […]


To sell or not to sell

27th December 2011 | 0 Comments

When it comes to designing stuff on your own, there comes a moment when you have to decide to either write down every single mistake and step, and then go through the process of typing it all into a pattern that might have some semblance of coherency. And then deciding on how and to whom […]


First Monster Finished

29th April 2011 | 0 Comments

I only took me a couple of days to complete the first Danger Crafts knit monster. My friends have all said wonderful things about it and I’ve even gotten a handful of requests for some to be made. I took a couple of days off before starting the next one, and this guy is a […]


Monsters and 3 Needle Bind-Off

24th April 2011 | 0 Comments

The crafting has been slow going now that the weather has gotten warmer. I find myself out a little more, or playing video games. My friend and I decided that we would try to make some amiguruimi’s in preparation of Xmas time. Except that creating patterns are unpleasant and annoying. I end up jotting down […]


My First Taste of Noro

23rd March 2011 | 0 Comments

Entrelac is very time consuming. It seems that while it’s so very pretty to look at as you’re working in it, it sucks to feel like you’re getting no where for all the work. The starting of the entrelac was very deceiving as well. It looks like it will be less-wide than it turns out […]


My Hand at Entrelac

15th March 2011 | 0 Comments

I decided that I wanted to try something different with my the two balls of fingering weight Chroma from Knitpicks than what I’d done with the other colorways. I had made a scarf for my best friend, and a scarf for another good friend. But the scarf for me, I was drawing a blank. I […]


Love/hate Relationship with the Needles

31st January 2011 | 1 Comment

Over the last few years I grew as a knitter. I loved challenging myself with different things, like a circular shawl (Girasole), or stoles (Anthemion shawl), and numerous sock patterns, particularly of the Wendy Johnson variety. What started off as a Boye aluminum straight needle obsession has quickly turned into a “make everything on circulars” […]


Addictions

26th January 2011 | 0 Comments

Some people are addicted to things like alcohol or cigarettes. I have an addiction with yarn. It’s not just your simple run of the mill addiction, though. Oh no, that might mean there’s an easy fix for the type of problem I suffer from. I have the version of yarn addiction that has me purchase […]


WWKIP 2010

11th June 2010 | 0 Comments

So it seems there’s a week coming up in which you pick one of the days and it’s Knit in Public day. There are plenty of them out there all over the place, but I’m unsure there are any near me. I don’t want to try to plan anything, but I figure next week will […]