I’ve asked this question before, but it’s fun to see how answers have changed (and how many more respond this time around!)
Where do you store your WIPs and the hooks/accessories you’re currently using?
I have a nice fancy-cardboard box my sister gave me full of yarn once, and I sometimes store my WIPs in there with my recent F/Os, and other findings. Otherwise, I’m still storing some on the arm of the couch! I do still keep my recently used hooks in a glasses case, along with my scissors and yarn needles!
What about you? Where do you store the things you’re actively using when they’re not in use?
I was hanging out with my sister, and decided to let her pick 10 things for a roundup! Check out the things she chose!
1. Rose Brooch by Daniela Herbertz
Pretty roses. Photo © Daniela Herbertz
2. Skull Shawl by kugen och majkis
I’ve been drooling over this shawl since the moment I saw it. I’m glad to see she has a similar view! Photo © kugen och majkis
3. Newborn Top Hat for Photoshoots by Ashlee Prisbey
I made my daughter one of these! Photo © ashlee prisbey
4. Basic Slouchy Hat by Pamela Dempsey
She wants a hat like my own slouchy beanie. I didn’t use this pattern, but I’d give it a shot! Photo © Pamela Dempsey
5. Toddler Princess Crown by Leanne Growden
Every kid needs a crown. Photo © Leanne Growden
6. Yub Nub by Kristen Stevenson
There’s an idea of dressing my nephew up in this, and my daughter in a Princess Leia costume. Photo © Kristen Stevenson
7. Day of the Dead Skull by Kristin Canganelli
More skulls. I approve :) Photo © Kristin Canganelli
8. Knotted Headband by Stephanie Jessica Lau
I’ve been drooling over this pattern, as well. Photo © Stephanie Jessica Lau
9. Star Wars Droid Beanies by Jen Spears
C-3PO & R2D2 hats - so fun! Photo © jen2291
10. Olivia’s Butterfly by Valerie Whitten
This one looks gorgeous with the button in the center! Photo © Eurochic
Tis the season…for bugs and all sorts of creepy crawlies…and fly-ies! Here’s a roundup of 10 free buggy patterns!
1. Dragonfly Mobile by Emily Forest
An adorable little dragonfly to hang! Photo © Em4est
2. King of the Forest Rhinoceros Beetle Amigurumi by Omura
This japanese pattern is charted, so you can make your own cute little rhino beetle! Photo by Zwaalie
3. Amigurumi Graduation Bookworm by Lion Brand Yarn
A fun little gift for maybe a preschool graduation! Photo © Lion Brand Yarn
4. Beetle Motif by Chinami Horiba
This charted beetle would make a cute addition to a spring-themed yarn bomb! Photo © harukana
5. Crochet Cockroach by Irene McCormick
Make one of these little critters for a bug enthusiastic child or maybe a halloween decoration! Photo © Irene McCormick
6. Happy Fly by marinaOt
A happy little fly guy to hang or maybe toss around! Photo © marinaOt
7. Dino-bug by Illanon Design
A unique little dinosaur bug! Too cute! Photo © illanon
8. Fuzzy Little Friends by Janet McMahon
These buzzy guys are so adorable! Photo © Janet McMahon
9. Fly for the Venus Fly Trap Finger Puppet by Mad Crochet Scientist
This fly’s wings are upcycled plastic. Pair him with the fly trap puppet! Photo © Tina Le Page
10. Creepy Crawlies: Red Ant by Stephen E. Reedy
Who thought an ant could be so cuddly? Check out the other creepy crawlies - the Blue Tarantula, and the Orange Spider! Photo © DRG
&.how would one actually do that? I cant figure it out. Sorry
I always link words on the follower friday posts, but just in case you didn’t see those, here’s the full urls! :D
You can use the ask box: http://juststitched.tumblr.com/ask
Or the fanmail (if you’ve been following long enough): http://www.tumblr.com/send/juststitched
Or you can just reply to a post, and let me know you’re interested, though sometimes I don’t see replies, so fanmail and ask box are safer bets!
Thanks for asking! :)
Anonymous asked: I do! I do! I want to be a "Freaking Friday Fan" (my words, not yours lol).
Then come off anon so I can send you questions! :)
Something I'm hoping to accomplish with this blog is to spark conversations in the crochet community, post any crochet finds I happen to notice, as well as show off some of the stuff I've made, and share free patterns I've written. Feel free to ask any and all questions you might have, or even a question you'd like me to post, if you think would jump start a conversation!
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