Still trying

My last post still stands; however, before I go to England, I’m going to try to whip out some of the fast projects in my queue. I wonder how many I can finish before I leave on Saturday?

The first down is a Kirby plushie for Andreas Karlsson.

Each time . . . → Keep reading: Still trying

Roll up for the mystery tour

That’s right, the Prince of All Cosmos is finally finished!

And he’s already off to his new home in Virginia! Hopefully he’ll have a safe journey, and not roll up too many other packages on his way there… 😉 His Ravelry project page is here, for those of you curious for more . . . → Keep reading: Roll up for the mystery tour

Playing catch-up

Making so many plushies in such a short timespan has left me a bit drained! I’ve been trying to relax by learning about Tunisian crochet. I’m making a bunch of squares showcasing the different stitches, and I’m planning to knit them together to make a blanket for my couch. I’d love to order the interchangeable . . . → Keep reading: Playing catch-up

Marathon over!

Thank you to everyone who came to watch Speed Demos Archive‘s Japan Relief Done Quick and raised money for Doctors Without Borders! At the end of the marathon, we raised $22,718.92! That’s certainly a lot of money to help all those in Japan needing medical help after the horrible earthquakes and tsunami. We couldn’t have . . . → Keep reading: Marathon over!

Productive Plasma

That’s right, not only did I finish the Luma for SDA’s Japan Relief Done Quick today, I also made Plasma Kirby, based on the way he looks in Kirby Super Star!

His Ravelry project page is here! Please watch JRDQ and donate to Doctors Without Borders, for a chance to win him . . . → Keep reading: Productive Plasma