I showed this to my boyfriend and he said “is it a llama?” and I said, “well, I suppose it could be, but I was thinking more like a dog godzilla deal.” I guess, take from it what you will, his species is up to you. I think of him as my crafting guardian and he resides in my too cluttered craft room (aka breakfast nook/my whole apartment).
Well, with all of my new year resolutions and things to do and thing to get done and things to try, doing basically, I have been making a lot of lists. Grocery lists, exercise lists, reading lists, craft projects to do lists, things to buy, things to find, things to […]
I have all of my grandma’s knitting needles, and let me tell you, for a woman who said “oh I don’t really knit” she had a ton. I guess I’m just like her. I don’t tat, but I have 3 shuttles! I don’t really silk screen, but have a print gocco, photo emulsion, screens, filler, and like 5 things of silk screen inks. Geeze. I knit all the time, but honestly, I can’t use aluminum needles because they make my hands cramp up. I really want to use them for something more than just a bouquet of needles on my craft table that they are right now, something to remember her by. My friend mentioned using my needles as handles for a tote, I took it just a little further and bent them into a handle shape and volia and presto chango! Knitting needles into perfect handles from my grandma’s perfect stash!
There will always be something just so cute about baby bibs, especially when they are covered with pureé pea soufflé of course. They are quick to whip up and super special for that special little one, or friend’s little one, in your life.
Now this is for the hookers, but next week I have something in the works for the ones with poky sticks. So this is kind of a two parter just to give you a heads up.
This is a super great idea for cozying up the kitchen with an old felted up sweater. There a quite a few ideas here too. Find it here over at Wise Craft. It’s an older post (2006), but pretty amazing idea all the same.