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Category Archives: crochet love
I’m still feeling stunned from Harvey last week, and I wasn’t even directly affected by the storm, but the sooner I can get back to your regular crochet programming, the better! Please continue to donate and help out, and for … Continue reading
Over the weekend I had some of my work up at the Castle of Dreams: Studio Ghibli tribute art show. It was a small and casual art show, with over 200 pieces of work on display in all kinds of media, … Continue reading
I’ve only done two other art trades in the past, but I’ve always had a good time with them. So I was particularly excited to be doing a trade with Marcy of Moon’s Creations. I was already a big fan … Continue reading
Ahoy! Yes, there’s been some radio silence around here, but I like to think it was for a pretty good reason: I got married! I’m still waiting on photos from my photographers, but in the meantime I had to share … Continue reading
So on a whim, I submitted some entries to a few contests on Instructables.com. They seemed to have some pretty cool contests, and the worst that could happen is that they reject my entries. BUT YOU GUYS. I thought I’d … Continue reading
I’m done with my critters for Team Unicorn! As I posted earlier, Michele wanted a mini-Sailor Jupiter, so I happily made everyone’s favorite lil’ butt-kicking thunder-monger: Meanwhile, the rest of the ladies wanted crocheted versions of themselves dressed in their … Continue reading
Caped, with some heart and a dash of badass girl-geekiness. My lil’ critters for Team Unicorn are slowly coming along…hoping to have them done by next week! 🙂
A few months back I was approached by the folks at the Bare Bowls Kitchen food truck to make a little mascot for them, particularly one related to the University of Houston since they started serving their bowls of deliciousness … Continue reading
Recently, Alison Cook – one of Houston’s prominent food critics – took on the daunting task of ranking the city’s best restaurants from 1 to 100. And if you check it out, it’s a damn good list. Do I agree … Continue reading
Confession: I’m probably one of the least “green” eaters you’ll find. Maybe it’s because I don’t have enough cooking prowess to justify paying premium for organic/local food if I’m going to screw it up, and maybe it’s in the interest … Continue reading