Project Roundup

These felt flowers came in a Mollie Makes freebie, and they’re meant to go on a wreath. However, I want to make a mandala to go into the plastic ring provided instead, so suggestions for what I could do with them are much appreciated!


The red one is a poppy, the pink one is a peony and the orange one is an anemone.

I’ve also been crocheting a floral wreath, and only have one more flower to make before I put it together. Which flower is your favourite? I love the little multi-coloured roses, I’ll have to make more at some point.


I’m almost finished this perthro rune badge from the Magnus Chase series of books, it just needs to be stitched onto felt with a pin on the back.


This is a lamppost for the Diagon Alley set, and I plan on making a second post before working out what the light on top will look like.



I’m also working on this counter for Flourish & Blotts Bookstore in Diagon Alley. It’s a little low at the moment, as you can see, so I’ll need to make it taller by putting a third shelf under the countertop.

Anyways, see ya!



Flower Power

The print of Sarah’s shirt is very fitting, considering that it’s spring where I live at the moment.


It closes with the usual Velcro at the back.



Sarah has quite a few shirts, actually. Do you have a favourite? I quite like the flowery blouse at the top, and the Captain America shield in the centre.


It goes quite well with denim shorts, I think. Definitely an outfit worth replicating in the summer heat.



Of course, that’s if the spring rain doesn’t set in…

Anyways, see ya!


Watch the Spikes

These little succulents may just be the smallest things I’ve ever crocheted.


The two on the outside are your classic, spiky, flowering cacti, and the centre one is a succulent.


Isn’t the little flower bud just adorable? All the pots were made and painted for these plants.


The succulent was meant to look like the one I currently have, and I think I got pretty close!


The plant on the left below is meant to be a vine-ish sort, and the other one is a grassy sort. I made these two pots a while ago, and painted the pink dots on the pot on a whim.



I love them, and I would have made more if it wasn’t overkill to have tiny little cacti the size of my pinky nail all over not just my own shelves, but blanketing Sarah’s shelves too. Although the grassy, viney ones could look nice in a massive group on a patio, perhaps…

Anyways, see ya!


More Variety

To add to the variety I was aiming to get into Sarah’s selection of pants, I also made this pair.



This fabric is stretchy, so they have a slimmer fit, especially around the ankles.


The elastic band at the top is wider than the other pair, not that it really matters.


They’re great for seeing the horses, and for coming home from seeing the horses in…



…to a very excited droid. Among other things, they’re good for lounging on that couch in front of a fan with a cold drink because it’s so hot at the moment.

Anyways, see ya!


Denim & Daisies

I’ve wanted to make a miniature denim jacket for a while now, and I only got around to it not long ago.


However, I was tossing up between embroidering something colourful on the back or sewing a lace flower on. I ended up going with the lace flower.



I embroidered all the paneling details in yellow thread, just like real-people sized denim jackets.



Matches the flowery pants, doesn’t it? If I were to make it again, I would definitely make the sides of the jacket wider, as it is a little tight at the sides.

Anyways, see ya!