Octopus Hat!

I’m particularly proud of this one.

But it took me so long to make! I decided I wanted to start selling my patterns, because almost everything I make was made by my own imagination. What I didn’t expect, however, is that writing down the pattern as you go makes a project take forever! There’s sort of a groove you get into when you crochet, and patterning ruins that.

But I finished it, and I’m super happy I did it! I am one step closer to making a sustainable income doing what I love. I’ll start releasing them when I have more made, so expect to see patterns sometime in the etsy shop!

Happy Friday, Everyone!



Someone at work wanted a Deadpool! So here’s a Deadpool.

I regret not getting more plentiful and more quality pictures of this one, but I was rushed for time on that day.

At least my cat liked it!

Finky seal of approval. (Mostly because she’s nosy.)

Happy Friday, Everyone!

Clingy Sloth!

This order came from a picture (that I don’t want to share due to possible copyrights, but it looks pretty similar to the one I’m about to show you, anyway.)

This is my first effort using a different type of yarn. It’s a higher quality and a little more expensive, but I think it made the little guy look nice.

Plus, there’s wire in his arms, so they’re pose-able!


After I shared some photos on my facebook page, this sloth quickly became my most ordered of items. And who can blame him? He’s so cute! Of everything I’ve made, I think this little guy is the one I’d most want for myself.

Happy Friday, Everyone!


It’s been characters for the last couple of weeks, which are my thing, but not my only thing, so I figured it was about time to share something new.

I’m particularly proud of that last flower. I like the pinwheel style!

Happy Friday, Everyone!



I don’t have very much to say about this guy, other than the fact that I think he may be the most detailed thing I’ve ever made.


And that I’m super disappointed that it was a dreary day when I took these pictures, so the natural light wasn’t that good. But they had to be delivered the next day, so I had no choice. Ho hum.

Still came out great.

Happy Friday, Everyone!

Custom Characters: Nakamoto

A little while ago, I asserted that I could crochet anything, (not cocky at all, right?) and so I was really put to the test. I play D&D with a group of people, and one of them has a character that looks like this:

I did a giveaway on the discord we’re all on, saying I would crochet the character of the winner, and guess who won? The most complicated concept! Looking at this I had no idea how I was going to pull it off..
But here’s the result:

To make this guy, I had to re-work my entire process for crochet. Usually I crochet in round, starting from the beginning, but Nakamoto’s face wouldn’t look right made that way, so instead I had to craft each piece individually and sew & stuff them all together.


Overall, it was a great experience to figure out how to do something new. And although there are certain things about it I don’t love, he was a lot of fun to make and I’m overall pleased with how he came out. This has been one of my most difficult challenges in ages.

Happy Friday, Everyone!