Hey y'all. Just a quick update to let you know I can't take fiber art commissions for a while. I gotta focus on things a little closer to home. I need to be able to walk away from the internet for weeks at a time without pissing people off, and that means not making new commitments.
Don't worry, nobody's dead, the zombie apocalypse hasn't started, I'm just shifting my priorities. I'll be around off and on, I just can't say when.
I'm opening up four commission slots, get 'em while they're hot! I can do custom-dyed spinning fiber, handspun yarn, and snuzzly knitwear. Just drop me a DA note!
I'm afraid it's not easy to come up with a simple price scale, given all the variables involved. But this should give you a general idea:
Are you crafty? Ever worked with handspun before? Oooh it's a whole new world. You gotta try it. I will custom dye and spin the yarn of your dreams, and darlings, I am GOOD at this. Anything from cobweb lace to super-bulky, from simple sock yarn to one-of-a-kind art yarn plied with beads and ribbons. I usually hand
I'm entering the dAKnitters (https://www.deviantart.com/daknitters) 'Knitting on a Budget' contest, and the rules ask that I mention it in my journal, so here's the contest, and here's my entry. If you like fiber arts, go make votings! Only vote for me if you think I rock the mostest, dolls. There are some seriously awesome craftsmen/women in that community, and I am probably not the awesomest. :D
In other news, I'm nearly done with the commission knitting. I'll be posting pics of the hats later today, I reckon. Only the gloves left to finish, and just the sewing-up there. One thing about getting a bastard of a head cold, once I was past the 'too sick to knit' stage, I h
I live with the hopes of one day seeing Metanoia revived, or at least a formal goodbye. I've been a fan of your work since I was 16 (going on 24 this year) and despite the long silence I still think Metanoia is one of my favorite webcomics ever. Hope you're doing well, Jesse, and that life is treating you kindly.