I’ve hit a complete creative dry spell! Why?! Is fate paying me back for the less than friendly hand gesture I gave that guy while driving a few weeks ago? It’s killing me!
No crochet, no knitting…nothing. I’m dead in the water. I keep thinking I need some inspiration. One really good pattern that pulls me out of it but then I think “To what end?”. Who will I make it for? Should I sell or give it away?
Life is nothing without a little creativity and mine just stuck her head in the oven and turned the gas on full blast. NEED HELP!
It’s been years since I’ve seen Clockwork Orange but I could probably do it again with this little guy in tow! Squee!
Thank you, Kate Jenkins for your awesome art that proves once again that pop art is alive and well. These crack me up. I think its the matches that I love the most. Well those and the sequinned fish. Yum.
Well, there’s the answer to your “What to make the person who has everything?” question this holiday season. Lobster cozy.
Messing around on Pinterest has its benefits. I was looking for inexpensive ways to keep my yarn out of kid and kitty zone. I found these three.
1. Hanging Sweater Organizer
You can get them at Walmart or Target but I found mine at the Dollar Store. Booyah!
2. Travel Cup Container
Again, a dollar store find turned gold for keeping your yarn safe on the go.
3. Hanging Shoe Oraginzers
Let’s not forget shoe organizers! See how lovely the colors shine through! Magic! Not sure where I will put this to use in the house yet but it’s coming, make no mistake.
I hope everyone had a safe and awesome Halloween time! So as you know, I took on the small project of crocheting my son a super hero cape so he can be Batman for Halloween. I was so proud. This is what my son would have looked like if he had been Batman. Of course he would have had on more black…or at least very very dark grey.
But no. He went as Spider-Man at the last minute. My crafting heart is broken. He just tossed aside that which I have slaved over for many days and nights for a flimsy bodysuit. Alas, poor Yorick! Alas, poor me!
Oh well. Time to tackle more projects. The holidays are just getting started!
And that’s how I feel about anything for people over the age of 6. It takes for forever!