Back in December, I made a tiny teddy bear for my cousin that he could take with him to work for moral support. The whole concept behind it was to create a little buddy that could join him on adventures and provide some emotional support for those rough days. I like that idea of having … More Pocket Teddy in Action
A friend of mine from California casually asked if I could make him a pair of socks after seeing my last pair, and I obliged! I was happy to have the opportunity to try out some new patterns, particularly playing with different colors. I am finally getting to upload this post now that they have … More West Coast Best Coast Socks
Each member of my immediate family has some kind of crafty talent. Dad’s a graphic designer and product photographer, big sis is a wedding and portrait photographer/videographer, and momma, well, she’s a potter! She has been doing pottery for about 7 years now, growing her repertoire and experimenting with designs and techniques, much like myself. … More Meeting of the Crafts
Quick project I whipped up for my aunt’s birthday. She likes cute little trinkets and anything sugary and sweet, so this was perfect! Tiny amigurumi is something that intrigues me, as difficult as it is to do. Not my go-to project for a relaxing day in, but I’m always happy with the final product.
My “ah mah” (grandma) lives in Malaysia where it averages about 30 degrees celsius all year round, but she has requested a pair of gloves because apparently, her hands get cold! Her specific requests were: Longer cuff to cover more of her arm Covers most of her fingers… …BUT NOT ALL THE WAY A few … More Barely Fingerless Gloves
As January has come to an end it’s really starting to hit me that it’s 2017! Knitting/crochet quickly became such a core part of my identity this past year, to myself and many others. It was never something I spoke often about before that year. It was always something I did in secret in my little … More Welcome to the Fam!
Imitation is the best form of flattery, right? Buhda doesn’t think so! She’s not stoked she has a little mini-me, but the rest of us sure think it’s cute. I used this pattern and then added the strands of yarn on the tail and ears. and a tiny scarf.