I made some care instructions for gifts recently and decided to share them! I printed it up to a piece of cardstock and cut it out, then I circled which instructions applied to the garment. You can print the image off and use for your own gifts! Print it to scale to the paper size […]
Here is a copy of the Mononoke Mask Chart for my Mononoke Pullover. I’m also including a couple other charts I make while developing the main one used in the design. Please do not copy/paste these images to other sites, please send people here to this post instead! Sisters gotta make a buck.
Equal rights? Our pants don’t even have equal rights! Fight the patriarchy by reclaiming your pockets. We deserve better than this! I don’t usually do sewing tutorials because I’m not the best at sewing, but if you have a basic understanding of sewing, you should be able to muddle through! Basically what we’re doing is […]
Today was the saddest day. I heard David Bowie died. On my freakin 30th birthday. Happy birthday to me. Here is my tribute to the most amazing artist our century would ever know. He has been a part of my life since I first saw Labyrinth as a child. His music, personality, and truly iconoclastic […]
Moone Boy is so amazing. I need that hat! I’m estimating a DK weight yarn for this project to fit an average head. I will write up and release the pattern when I get yarn for it! To view the chart, click the image of it in the “gallery” right below the main image. Update: […]
A secret project for my husband’s Christmas gift! Hope you all enjoy! Note: If you would like to design with these charts, please do so! Just please link people to this webpage instead of copying my charts and putting them in your pattern or on your own website. And of course, please give me credit […]
Have you guys figured out yet that I’m completely obsessed with Miyazaki and particularly Princess Mononoke?? I have designed a series of charts that are perfect to knit up for a double-knit scarf. This chart is written to be used with a Sport – DK weight yarn, depending on the width you’d like. Worked in […]
So I’m in the midst of developing a new way to do pockets. Well, it may have been done before, but I’ve never seen it done this way. I’m calling it “Contiguous Pockets” because it’s worked completely in line with your knitting. Essentially, in this way, it can be added to any any ANY sweater. […]