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Here Be Dragon… Scales

I got a request back in December for making a dragon scale half glove. I do not always entertain requests unless it looks intriguing and unique. This caught my attention because they were kind of pretty and it was something I could make use of and it didn’t seem like a terribly complicated design that […]

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Embrace Spring

I feel like when winter hits, all of my projects become extremely colorful, like I’m wishing for more than just a dull landscape of white, blue, brown, and grey. I stare at those colors often from my office window, wondering how I can spice up my view, be it plants on the windowsill or hanging […]

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Go for the Gold Scarf

With cold weather comes a desire for a lot of scarves and other neck covers. I made this particular one for myself. I chose to do more of a color block with it, so I made the lace portion a different color from the main body of the scarf. I’ve already gotten several compliments on […]

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Orange Love

I finished this back in December as a gift for my grandmother. I hadn’t really made her anything since I was a teenager after she had first taught me how to crochet. I thought it would be nice to send her something handmade and, honestly, it was really the only thing I made this Christmas. […]

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A House to Ourselves (Also Umbreon)

So, life has been interesting. This week, I learned that I do not know how to handle the types of stress I’ve been handling. Or I mistakenly thought I had a handle on my stress, when in truth, I really don’t and it’s causing me some hesitation and making me wonder if I should seek […]

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Do or Do Not, There is No Try

My dad’s birthday was this week and at the beginning of the month, I decided to send a gift this year. I haven’t done that in a little while because I hardly have time for gifts and stress enough with Christmas. It’s not a really good excuse, but it’s what seems to happen with me […]

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