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Here I post things I make, things I want to make, and things I could never dream of making but will drool over anyway.

Got questions? Maybe I got answers.

crochetyknitter:

Más crochetyknitter travels. Hope you’re not getting sick of them ;)

So I posted about the Yarnover Truck’s 1st birthday party earlier. That included a great trunk show from Anzula! Anzula makes gorgeous hand-dyed yarns in Fresno, CA. What’s their coolest yarn? Milky Way. It’s made from milk protein. Yep, you heard me correctly. Why, yes, I would like a sweater made from milk. SO COOL.

These colorways are too goregous for words, so I’ll just keep quiet while you drool over them.

<3

penelopeteapot:

noticemyoh-ohs:

Hello&#160;!
IThis week’s Illustration Friday topic is ”Talent” and I’m a crafter lover so this is my tribute to all those talented people that craft.

AMAZING!

penelopeteapot:

noticemyoh-ohs:

Hello !

IThis week’s Illustration Friday topic is ”Talent” and I’m a crafter lover so this is my tribute to all those talented people that craft.

AMAZING!

captainchesticals:

I meant to upload this since last year.
I found this book about #knitting in #bbw #bigbadwolf sale.
I find this cover #funny as fuck.
I didn’t check out its contents though.
#lol

captainchesticals:

I meant to upload this since last year.
I found this book about #knitting in #bbw #bigbadwolf sale.
I find this cover #funny as fuck.
I didn’t check out its contents though.
#lol

shatterknits:

ispysarad:

brainflossandmindfrills:

So I saw yet another pattern listing that had a disclaimer at the bottom saying the final product could not be sold, so I decided to do some research.

Basically what I found is based on US copyright law, but I doubt that Canadian/European laws are much different. Seeing as the US is usually more…

This is pretty important, I didn’t know a lot of this.

This is some good information on copyright and knitting/crochet/whatever patterns.

Please read.

socialfoto:

By @natgeo “iPhone photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey) of my friend @divazappa who is 120 feet into #knitting a mile long scarf (5280ft)! The scarf is named Emilio.” via @PhotoRepost_app

socialfoto:

By @natgeo “iPhone photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey) of my friend @divazappa who is 120 feet into #knitting a mile long scarf (5280ft)! The scarf is named Emilio.” via @PhotoRepost_app

wewantwow:

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This must be the most beautiful DIY tutorial I have ever seen. And it so happens to be in style of this weekend. Found on Ulicam, a very nice blog by Ulrika Kestere, photographer and illustrator. For the whole tutorial and lot’s of inspiration, click here.

knittingcountess:

bitchinknit:

Palm Sunday Knitting

What a beautiful pastel rainbow!

knittingcountess:

bitchinknit:

Palm Sunday Knitting

What a beautiful pastel rainbow!

stitcherywitchery:

Linda Thach’s free pattern for the knit Spring Lace Infinity Scarf.