This is the viking dress I made. You can buy the sowing pattern here ---> [link] It's in Norwegian, but I believe you can find other patterns in English. A big thank you to Tina and Aleksandra. Tina took all the pictures, and Aleksandra was a excellent personal motivator.
This link leads you to Tina and her cosplay group's lovely photos, they are truly amazing. [link]
This is the most ambitious hoop I’ve done to date. It took, like, a thousand hours to make but in the end it was totally worth it. Lisa Simpson has been a role model to me since I was 5 years old and I would like to think has been an inspiration to a generation of girls to embrace who they are and to pursue knowledge and truth. She will forever be my Queen.
(this hoop is going on my wall and is not for sale. sorry, guyz.)
I went to Disneyland recently and saw the cutest Jack Skellington plush ever so, I was inspired to re-create him I added more details than the plush had and also tweaked his face a little. Eyes as well as the vest area are made of felt. Head, body, and limbs are crocheted and all the stripes are hand-sewn on. I tried offsetting the stripes on his upper and lower body areas to create the effect that he is wearing a suit Quite happy with how he turned out AND I managed to find a collage program so I won't keep spamming everyone with my pictures
Hoping to make him Sally and Zero companions in the near future
These pictures seem a little fuzzy, so here is one larger, clearer picture of him: [link]
Dragon hat commission for Amberosine on FA. This is a really cool hat and even cooler on someone's head! Her dragon design has frills which are hand dyed and hand sewn. The spines are crochet reinforced with wire to keep their shape and the two main horns are crochet and stuffed with polyfill.
I always love the challenge of creating these hats
My little brother wanted me to crop his face out for this one unfortunately. But anyway-there's a story behind this one. I walked into my pottery class one day and the teacher that taught the class before was still in there. She saw my rainbow scarf I was wearing that I made and asked me if I could make a rainbow scarf with a paint palette. I probably could never replicate this ever again. I just literally played it all by ear and came up with this! Let me know what you think