supply case

I’ve been keeping myself busy sewing the perfect storage/take along/cute stuff case for my cute stuff.

P. S I never go anywhere ♡

I added a split pocket to the front, because everything is better with more pockets, especially impractical tiny cute ones.

I used the smallest size of the Creative Maker Supply Case pattern as the base and customized the insides to everything I wanted.

I went for a knitting-sewing-crocheting-paper & pen case that can also hold candy.

It’s about the size of a paperback book (5½” × 8″ x 1″) and right now it’s my favorite crooked thing ever. ♡

Well almost, I started another scrappy blanket project (no, none of the other scrappy blanket projects have been finished yet) ..but just look at that crochet, I love mitered linen stitch so much!

Pattern: Speckled Squares Blanket by Jackie Hodson of Soul Yarn.

Yarn: Sock yarn leftovers.

Also, just a patch of sky from the other day. ♡

Todays Cakes

Roaming the already caked yarn stash. I go here first, it’s like the least risky option, even though some of my most favorite are in here, they are somehow less prized once caked. Cake stash happens when I get super excited for a new project and I want to use my best yarns, so I pull out the bins, start digging, fall in love, spin it up and then I don’t/can’t start on my project right away, and then by the time I can, I don’t want to anymore. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.

Two stash cakes used and I’m so pleased ♡

Pattern : Pink Pirate by Elena Fedotova (link takes you to ravelry).

Yarn: (discontinued) Madelinetosh Feather, colorways – Scratched Record & Wild Flowers.

When the cakes just aren’t inspiring, I head to the full skeins, I especially enjoy coming across those beautiful odd balls from way back when I first started crocheting & knitting. I built most of my stash in those early years, buying one of things, freaking out over the price of yarn, having no clue what was what and just going for what made me scream inside (I still kind of do that!). Over the years I’ve trimmed down and donated skeins that weren’t right for me anymore, variety let’s you learn what you like and now I’m pickier & (mostly) happier than ever.

Never quite sure what to expect from variegated yarn. Could be good, could be bad!

Oh good, today I got watercolors ♡

Pattern: Baggy Hat by PetiteKnit (link takes you to ravelry).

Yarn: Dream in Color Classy, colorway – Milky Spite.