crafts

things to do with your hands and eyes and brain

Here’s a couple oldies from the way back machine:
Alia, fancy knit spats published on The Anticraft
Gertrude, knit fingerless mittens

Home Sweet Home:
a cross-stitch

This cross-stitch pattern showcases the best of any home: the monsters in the attic.

The chart is 28×42 stitches with measurements for 18- and 14-count Aida. Includes a tentacle border inspired by blackwork.

Worky Turkey:
a cross-stitch

This cross-stitch pattern was originally featured in Angela Boyle’s short story “Hamish Rose Garden,” which is also available in her store.

The chart comes in color, color with symbols, and only black-and-white.

Bubble Tea for Me:
sewing felt

This felt-sewing pattern includes a ridiculous number of customizations including expressions and different colors for different flavors