It's pretty hard to walk the earth and never hear of "Pokemon." These pocket monsters have been going strong since 1995, with new TV series and video games popping up every few years. As a 90's kid, I remember owning some of Indigo League on VHS and eagerly awaiting the release of the Pokemon movies.… Continue reading Gotta Crochet ‘Em All! (Free Pokemon Patterns)
Happy Monday, everyone! I'm still riding the high of a craftastic weekend. Finished up some canvas projects, started a blanket, and worked on some more charity items. I also binge watched A LOT of Criminal Minds on Netflix. Pinterest was a big help to me over the weekend as I looked for inspiration and patterns. As I… Continue reading Plant Something You Can’t Kill (free pattern)
"Oh wow! You're really fast at that!" "I wish I had your talent." "I could never make something like that." These are just a few of the comments I continuously hear when I crochet in public. And I usually reply with something positive, like, "Crocheting isn't as hard as it looks." "I wouldn't mind teaching… Continue reading Why You’ll Never Succeed at Crochet
Greetings and salutations, crafters and people I force to read my blog posts! This month is National Craft Month and I've attempted to be crafty every. single. day. Some of it has been easy. Just start a blanket and continue it for several days. And I've even gotten my clay out again. It's relaxing and… Continue reading (March)ing my way to a craft coma
For many, 2016 was such a draaaaaaaaaag and many of us eagerly awaited the new year. I know I did. Even though the end of 2016 brought along some much needed change, I felt like I couldn't truly start over in anything until January 1st hit. New Year Resolutions may be cultural propaganda, but the… Continue reading 2017- The Year of the Crafty
Wow. Has it really been 10 months since I last posted? It seems like so much has happened and I'm not even sure where to begin.
This week I made it my mission to get rid of some rug yarn that had been gifted to me. No I didn't make a rug. The balls were too small and the colors odd to make a big beautiful rug for my living room. Instead I went a little smaller. I found this beautiful… Continue reading Mandala Frenzy