Tag Archives: fiber arts
(Caution: partial doll nudity below. It is inoffensive but may not be appropriate in all environments.)
These are probably close to the easiest pants to sew ever–either way you cut them.
(Caution: doll nudity below. It is inoffensive but may not be appropriate in all environments.)
As promised, I finished up my raglan tunic (on ravelry) tonight, while watching the Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers Extended Edition.
Today while cleaning I came across a piece of black velvet I’ve had since middle school but for some reason never had the heart to cut into, and was inspired to take a couple photographs. Since it’s going to be a while until I can buy the shiny new DSLR camera I’m dreaming of, I’ve been experimenting with getting the highest-quality images possible out of my Canon PowerShot A480 (which gives great picture quality for its price range if you’re looking for an inexpensive point-and-shoot). Once I get some better lighting options I’m hoping they’ll go up quite a bit more.
Sometimes (more than just sometimes for some of us), a project comes along that seems to be far more trouble than its worth. Continue reading
Inspiration struck me (as it occasionally does), and I came up with a easy, quick, and quite cute capelet and hood set for 1/6 BJDs like Littlefee and YOSD.
A productive day for me in terms of crafting. First, I finally got around to blocking my new Andi Jacket which i finished knitting a day or two ago.