And just like that, it’s suddenly nearing the end of October. This is the time of year when I start dropping hints to my lovely family about holiday gifts that I’d love to receive. Ultimately it usually ends with, “Just
Feast or famine is this year’s theme for crochet orders. Right now it’s feasting time at Knot By Gran’ma. On top of the older order that I was finishing up, I received two wonderful wholesale orders and a request for
I don’t crochet gifts for the holidays.
Creatives that run a business! How many started projects do you have in your little part of the Making Cool Shit With Your Hands Universe? Three? Five? Twenty? Too many to actually consider answering this question? It’s a common dilemma those of us who make awesome things find ourselves in. Multi-tasking is often more time consuming than not multi-taking, every other part of the internet has a shiny new project that we can’t wait to start, and running a creative business needs the attention of more than one person… if we’re being honest. It happens.
In what seems to be the never ending quest to “brand” Knot By Gran’ma, I finally got some yarn labels to add to the list. They are far from perfect. I was prepping for a craft fair (cringe), and the
My monster doll finally got himself some fancy arms! I had to go into my project bag and find the arms that I made him from when I first started this crochet pattern. If you’ve been crocheting along through Patreon, you might have to do the same thing. The time lost looking for his arms was totally worth it. Look how regal and might he looks with his new frilly underarms now that his arms are sewn onto his body. Frickin’ cool.