As things are warming up and the need for hats and scarves becomes less of a necessity, I find myself struggling to find projects to work on for the warmer seasons.
Living in the city means that riding the LTC is just a part of regular everyday life; you take the bus to work or to school or when you are on your way to your friend’s house. The survival pack of the regular rider tends to consist of:
- (1) cup of something tasty to drink. Usually procured from the nearest Tim Hortons
- An over-large back of some sort. This is useful for blocking off the seat beside you so that you are not forced to interact with some random other LTC Warrior.
- Headphones. These tend to be anything from the tiny Apple earbuds that are easy for tangling up in your pocket and using as a way to expel verbal aggressions at a later date; to the swankier Beats by Dre.
It was the sight of these headphones on a fellow weary traveler that caught my eye and gave me the idea to make this:
Not as flashy, I will be the first to admit but they sure were fun to make.
As I look towards craft fair season, I start to see dollar signs when considering all the options for customization.
I am opening up orders for customized headsets, I will mod your current headphones for $20.00 or if you want to purchase a specific brand of headphones for me to modify then the pricing is dependent on the headset selected.
Because who doesn’t want to be a cat?
This Slouchy Cat Hat is purrfect for keeping you warm during these winter months. It can be warn as a beanie if the brim is folded up.
This hat is available for $25.00+shipping or if you are local, then come pick it up and I will knock off the shipping.
I LOVE this stitch! This scarf is made using the Basketweave and like with most cable stitches, that makes it super warm.
Buy this scarf for $30.00+shipping or if you are local don’t pay shipping!
If you are looking for something cozy to keep you warm this winter or know someone that would enjoy this for a holiday gift, it can be yours for $25.00 CAD plus shipping.
If you live locally, you don’t have to pay the cost of shipping . Both PayPal and E-Transfers are accepted.
I woke up today to an overcast sky and a fog that made me fear Dementors were lurking outside my door.
I love rainy days, it allows me a guilt free reason to hunker down with a hank of yarn, my kitties and a cup of tea.
So far, I am just shy of 100 red pixel squares out of the 299 needed for the Horde Crest portion of my wall hanging.
I am not looking forward to having to hide all those tails . At the mention of tails, Poe wishes to share his with you. Well, his bum anyways.
Hopefully my next update will be one where I am into the black pixels.
A while back I mentioned a large scale project that was in the works. Today, I feel ready to show you all what I’m creating.
As a few of you might know, I am a huge fan of Blizzard Entertainment and World of Warcraft, an mmorpg.
I am a tried and true Hordie and ages ago I picked up a couple balls of Red Heart Super Saver in red and black for a wall hanging that I just never got around to designing.
I rediscovered said yarn while going through my stash and decided it was time .
I am using Pixel Squares to make the Horde symbol. The squares are just the first round of a granny square worked in worsted weight yarn with a 5mm hook so that they look a little “poofy”.
So far, I have made 35 pixels out of the 299 red ones required for the wall hanging. I have a long way to go.
I am hoping that I can sell this as my first major sized project so if you are interested in purchasing it upon completion, feel free to drop me a line.
Lok’tar Ogar friends.