Makin'ology

Much to do with fiber & yarn arts & crafty inspirations. Miscellaneous things I make, others make that are to be admired, fuel for creative imagination & mishaps that happen in the making.

Q
Do you have an etsy shop? Or any other way to sell? I am interested in buying one if your tortoise she'll cover things in time for Easter and was curious if you sell them, and if so, for how much? Please reply to this as I am interested in buying. Thank you
A

Hi … no, I don’t have an etsy shop … the stuff I do it is usually for charity or gifts … most of the things I post are inspirations … I post where the work, article, pattern came from, or who the artist is if I can. Look at the bottom of the post where it says ‘~via … ’ … that’s where I put the credits … you might find the blogger or artist who created it there … thanks for your note ‘

~joya

a cat in a hat … knit 1, purr-l 2 … ;-D

a cat in a hat … knit 1, purr-l 2 … ;-D

crochet inspiration ! … freeform swirls, texture & color …

~by hannah martian, of mars

~via —-» http://www.spinartiste.com/featured-artist-hannah-martian-from-of-mars

oh my goodness … I’m not sure if it’s a princess leah thing or an earmuffed cap … whatever it is … it’s cute !!

(Source: champagnelady)

kitty yarn bowls …

~ via … maid of clay —»>http://www.etsy.com/listing/102903609/yarn-bowl-knitty-kitty-made-to-order-cat View high resolution

kitty yarn bowls …

~ via … maid of clay —»>http://www.etsy.com/listing/102903609/yarn-bowl-knitty-kitty-made-to-order-cat


Cambelltown knitters create Australia’s biggest-ever tea cosy …

March 31, 2014 5:11PM







Val Freehan and Barb Donaldson with the 2m-tall tea cosy …







 “IT’S taken 60 pairs of knitting needles, 750 balls of wool and 900 hours to craft Australia’s biggest tea cosy. 




In fact at 2m-tall with a circumference of about 12m, a group of diehard Adelaide knitters believe they’ve woven the biggest tea cosy in the Southern Hemisphere.
The giant tea cosy has been spun as part of the In Your Street program – which aims to create links between older people and their community.
To kickstart the quirky initiative, Uniting Communities transformed a 1950s vintage caravan into a teapot called Colleen with the help of Royston Park artist Sue Morley.



~via … http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/cambelltown-knitters-create-australias-biggestever-tea-cosy/story-fnii5yv7-1226869980407 View high resolution

Val Freehan and Barb Donaldson with the 2m-tall tea cosy

“IT’S taken 60 pairs of knitting needles, 750 balls of wool and 900 hours to craft Australia’s biggest tea cosy.

In fact at 2m-tall with a circumference of about 12m, a group of diehard Adelaide knitters believe they’ve woven the biggest tea cosy in the Southern Hemisphere.

The giant tea cosy has been spun as part of the In Your Street program – which aims to create links between older people and their community.

To kickstart the quirky initiative, Uniting Communities transformed a 1950s vintage caravan into a teapot called Colleen with the help of Royston Park artist Sue Morley.

~via … http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/national/cambelltown-knitters-create-australias-biggestever-tea-cosy/story-fnii5yv7-1226869980407

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