My facial expression looks like I sucked up several thousand pixie sticks. In fact, I just worked out the pixi elf hat.

As I mentioned earlier, I am in desperate desire to own an elfin’ pixi hat, made by yours truly and complete with a baby pom affixed atop. While I hadn’t even really conceived of the design much in my last post, after working on it a bit more and making some much needed tweaks, IContinue reading “My facial expression looks like I sucked up several thousand pixie sticks. In fact, I just worked out the pixi elf hat.”

Croch-eeeyy, I want one of those too.

Lately, I’ve been absolutely obssessed with crocheting up these absolutely giant 10-foot long scarves in extra-bulky weight yarn. And they are as delicious as I anticipated, like giant ropes of candy around the neck because I’ve stuck to complimenting autumnal tones like apricot or hazelut with bright bits of pink and green and neon yellow.Continue reading “Croch-eeeyy, I want one of those too.”

Life is uneven…so you can “cowl” in this…?

Today, I am quite excited? Why is that you ask? Welp, yesterday I stumbled upon this absolutely drool-worthy Life Is Uneven Cowl over at Cut Out + Keep, which is not only a brilliant name (and so true), but I believe it was knitted up using my favorite yarn of the moment: the Thick n’Continue reading “Life is uneven…so you can “cowl” in this…?”

“Iteration, like friction, is likely to generate heat instead of progress.”

Yesterday’s day off meant lazing around and getting some holiday knitting done. The result? I whole host of new chunky garter stitch scarves (which I’ll post later), and of course, these Smosch.com-inspired winter handwarmers, which I just realized she whipped up by crocheting. But I did mine knitting in the round (though for what it’sContinue reading ““Iteration, like friction, is likely to generate heat instead of progress.””