Posting a bunch of bracelets on Etsy. Buy them for Christmas gifts!
Medusae II. Oil on canvas, 32″x48″.
Updating things. Expanding things. makeone for me is about more than just knitting – so now I’m including art, design, and t-shirt designs too. Let me know what you think.
Medusae I. Oil on canvas, 30″x48″.
I’m thinking about coming up with a pattern for knitted poufs – these guys:
McCree was designed exclusively (and named for) my friend/ stylist Toni – he’s awesome, funny, outspoken, honest, and has THE BEST taste in music. By day, he’s an absolute magician when it comes to hair, and by night
Check out our new look – we cleaned things up a bit, and made the patterns a lot easier to find all in one place.
What do you think? Leave a comment!
Every knitter approaches their projects differently – some strictly follow “The Rules” (whatever those might be), while others are more freeform and laissez-faire. I fall somewhere in the middle – and no matter where you are in that spectrum, there are some things we all have in common. Some things (5, in fact) that we really can’t compromise:
This has happened so many times before! You’d think I’d have learned my lesson by now.
Oh my god. I have a confession to make.
I’m addicted to… black sesame. There, I said it.
I went to visit Toni at the salon today to have him try on the sock (and to get my hair did, of course).
And…it fit! So yay, not having to rip out a hojillion rows of fair isle/intarsia! (Did I mention this sock contains both? It contains both.) So now I need to get started casting on the toe for sock #2, before SSS (Second Sock Syndrome) sets in.
I have been drinking a MASSIVE amount of green tea.
Sencha, hojicha, genmaicha, you name it. I’ve always been into tea- a prime indicator that I grew up nearly exclusively around adults – but my teatime really took off when my boyfriend and I received a certain Christmas present last month.