ladylacious:

Buying myself this pattern to create this lovely mohair dress <3
For more lovely vintage mori girl fairy tale moments visit http://ladylacious.tumblr.com/ 

ladylacious:

Buying myself this pattern to create this lovely mohair dress <3

For more lovely vintage mori girl fairy tale moments visit http://ladylacious.tumblr.com/ 

(via helamasquerade)

I hope this yarn blocks well because so far the knitting looks nothing like the pattern.

I hope this yarn blocks well because so far the knitting looks nothing like the pattern.

stringofpurls:

freediatonicism:

Daaammmmmnnnnnn.

Wut.

(via flintandpyrite)

moredaytodawn:

Hello friends!

So, I recently started using this awesome website called HabitRPG. It builds up habits and to-dos through experience gains and drops. Its like Skyrim, with fewer dragons and more dishes. In the program, you can hatch yourself a pet.

I am a healer with a skeleton wolf. I thought it only fitting to bring him into the world with me.

He likes to howl at the moon and summon other lovely, cuddly, undead minions.

what a great idea!

marisa-ramirez:

jungjung

marisa-ramirez:

jungjung

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coalescentthoughts reblogged your post coalescentthoughts: An I <3 Knitti… and added:

What do you mean???

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This is my (still undecorated) brooch row/stitch counter, as you can see it the two strands are pulled through each bead so that the beads can be moved up and down the line, I have two strands so that I can basically go up to 110 rows without resetting. But even a one-row bracelet made similar to this could double as row counter and go higher with clippy stitch markers.

So, I just wanted to inform you that this is a thing that can be done. :)

coalescentthoughts:

An I &lt;3 Knitting bracelet that is for sale on my etsy.

but you do realize you could have made a knitting bracelet that doubles as a row counter, right?

coalescentthoughts:

An I <3 Knitting bracelet that is for sale on my etsy.

but you do realize you could have made a knitting bracelet that doubles as a row counter, right?

(via theknittingpirate)

countingstonesheep:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/arans