Geek the Halls

Years ago, back in 2015, I made a trio of geeky ornaments. Years ago, I didn’t know how to save my patterns as pdfs. (Tragic.) But that has all changed, my friends. I present to you three geeky ornaments for your crafting pleasure: a Triforce Tree, Santa Traveler, and Santa Chief. I only attached theContinue reading “Geek the Halls”

Cheat O’ Plenty

Way back in February, I had an exchange with the Strong Bad Twitter account. It took eight months of procrastinating, but I finally got around to stitching this up! Those of you will eagle eyes will notice that I had to change the pattern slightly from my original design. That’s because when I had madeContinue reading “Cheat O’ Plenty”

Three times the candy, er, emblems

Destiny 2 is having their annual Festival of the Lost event right now which means it’s time for emblems! The three emblems available are Bump in the Night, Beheaded Home by @mckennakelpie, and Hollow Sleep. And now you can stitch them up while you’re waiting to load into the Haunted Sectors to see what GlintContinue reading “Three times the candy, er, emblems”

Creepy Cross-Stitch by Lindsay Swearingen

Halloween is just around the corner and Lindsay Swearingen has a new book, Creepy Cross-Stitch, that will help your place to be the most Boo-tiful house on the block. Lindsay has some super awesome (and creepy!) patterns in this book. (Including cats! Ghost cats!) One of the unique things about this book is that thoughContinue reading “Creepy Cross-Stitch by Lindsay Swearingen”

Stitch or Treat: 2021

I decided it was well past due to do an update on this tutorial. I even made one of those trendy reels which you can find here. So, you want to stitch a pumpkin? I don’t blame you, it’s a excellent way to keep your pumpkin year after year and celebrate the fiber arts. 1.Continue reading “Stitch or Treat: 2021”

Crafting Up Your Neighborhood: Home Edition

If you have followed me on my social media channels, then you know that one of my favorite things to do is to craft up the neighborhood. Over the past year and a half, most of us have been under lockdown orders at one point or another which has made this concept a little difficult.Continue reading “Crafting Up Your Neighborhood: Home Edition”