pardonmewhileipanic:

warrioromen:

brassknuckled:

pardonmewhileipanic:

warrioromen:

brassknuckled:

this hobby is getting out of hand

WHAT IS THAT EVEN, WHAT ARE YOU KNITTING???????

i need to know what kind of wool that is and what type of needles because i have a mighty need to make myself a huge ass blanket

Size 120 Needles (50$+) and 100% Merino Super Chunky/Giant yarn (around 40$ per 40 yard skein). I made a 26”x56” throw with fringe which used four skeins in 7/8 hrs so 160$ + Needles + Shipping. 

omg though

wow thank you so much for the info! It looks so good! 

pardonmewhileipanic:

warrioromen:

brassknuckled:

pardonmewhileipanic:

warrioromen:

brassknuckled:

this hobby is getting out of hand

WHAT IS THAT EVEN, WHAT ARE YOU KNITTING???????

i need to know what kind of wool that is and what type of needles because i have a mighty need to make myself a huge ass blanket

Size 120 Needles (50$+) and 100% Merino Super Chunky/Giant yarn (around 40$ per 40 yard skein). I made a 26”x56” throw with fringe which used four skeins in 7/8 hrs so 160$ + Needles + Shipping. 

omg though

wow thank you so much for the info! It looks so good! 



podkins:

I’m so in love with this little idea!  Cute for kidlets!
Heart Arrow
from Dapper Toad found on Craftsy for a wee fee.

podkins:

I’m so in love with this little idea!  Cute for kidlets!

Heart Arrow

from Dapper Toad found on Craftsy for a wee fee.





podkins:

Stripey-Mooka is crazy talented.  I found her amazing work on Ravelry! Here she used the Dashing Doilies pattern by Nicki Trench 
 

podkins:

Stripey-Mooka is crazy talented.  I found her amazing work on Ravelry! Here she used the Dashing Doilies pattern by Nicki Trench 

 








archiemcphee:

Today the Department of Teeny-weeny Wonders was delighted to learn about the work of Buckinghamshire, England-based illustrator Chloe Giordano, who uses freehand embroidery to create incredibly small, yet finely detailed depictions of animals.

The final works of a sleeping fawn or mouse are scarcely larger than the size of a thimble, yet can take long periods of time to complete as she mixes myriad thread colors to achieve perfection for each piece.

In addition to wonderfully wee embroidered pieces like those pictured here, Giordano also creates 3D sculptures. You can keep up with all of Chloe Giordano’s artwork right here on Tumblr at karenin. She’s currently available for comission-based work as well.

[via Colossal]

(via prostituteforpizza)


iamdawt:

I’ve been opening a lot of boxes I haven’t seen the contents of since (according to the newspaper things are wrapped in) 1998. I crocheted this eons ago, a collar with little pearl buttons. I doubt I ever wore it, but it sure is pretty.

iamdawt:

I’ve been opening a lot of boxes I haven’t seen the contents of since (according to the newspaper things are wrapped in) 1998. I crocheted this eons ago, a collar with little pearl buttons. I doubt I ever wore it, but it sure is pretty.

(via craftdiscoveries)