So current project: a shell scarf. I was inspired by my sister knitting her first scarf (which turned out amazing) and thought I should learn a new pattern for crocheting a scarf! The colors are mixing well with the pattern, which is simple and easy to learn on youtube.
A convenient/cute way to organize your projects!
My new yarn, which I am VERY excited about! I had to bike an hour to get it (mostly because I was lost). I can’t find a nearby Michael’s.
The interesting hairy hat I was talking about… the colors are a bit bright, but I felt like going crazy with it.
Spent some time in Starbucks today to avoid the heat and got some crocheting done! When I walked outside, my glasses fogged up. Crazy heat wave in Boston.
So my most recent requests involve a green pig hat and those beard hats that have recently become popular. We’ll see what I can do… haha. I’m also experimenting with the hairy yarn (might end up looking a bit crazy).
We shall see! Hooray for creativeness!
Andrew’s winter hat.
Green hat for the landscape.
Hearst Castle style hat!
A different style hat.
Hats on the cliffs of Cambria.
Justen and Matt keeping their heads warm in San Francisco.
The pig hat worn by Jocelynn!
A cool hat made for Dre. :)
"A nation should not be judged by how it treats its highest citizens, but its lowest ones” (Nelson Mandela). Join my journey as I fight to bring attention to the unloved, spread their stories, and reveal their unique smiles. We see the faces of lonely men and women every day; too many times I kept walking. If you have ever felt unloved or alone, take up a hook or some needles and join me on the battle field. It's time to break through this societal barrier of isolation one hat at a time.