1. I made an ask.fm account, so if you want to ask me stuff, go here: ask.fm/rootsandbones

  2. Artist asks GO!

    1: Take a picture of your workspace.
    2: Show your pencilcase and what's inside.
    3: Show a thing you last drew, no matter how small or a "doodle" it is.
    4: Lineart or coloring?
    5: Who/what inspires you?
    6: Draw a same pic with your dominant and non-dominant hand.
    7: Do you have any OCs?
    8: Do you listen to music when you draw? Favorites?
    9: Favorite thing to draw?
    10: Least favorite thing to draw?
    11: Draw a pic of yourself like how you look just now.
    12: Any weird artist behaviour you admit doing?

  3. *shrugs*

    *shrugs*

  4. A magazine I subscribe to had a kit with it that was for making cat badges. This was my attempt :) He is now on the strap of my shoulder bag.

(I’ve still got the other one to make yet).

    A magazine I subscribe to had a kit with it that was for making cat badges. This was my attempt :) He is now on the strap of my shoulder bag.

    (I’ve still got the other one to make yet).

  5. Crocheted lace pattern. If this has a name, I don’t know it.

It’s way easier to work up than it looks.

    Crocheted lace pattern. If this has a name, I don’t know it.

    It’s way easier to work up than it looks.

  6. Amigurumi monsters :D

    These are going into my Etsy shop, eventually.

  7. sweetlyfez:

muladhara:

I am dead pleased with this purchase! It’s a 1970’s knitting and crochet book, published by the BBC to go along with a series they did showing how to learn to knit and crochet (why don’t they do series like that any more??) I only paid a quid for it, so I think it was a real bargain!

(I was swayed mostly by the traditional Fair Isle and Shetland knitting charts in there, but I also like vintage craft books).

aaah, this is one of the books in my mum’s knitting stash! I love the variety of stitch patterns it includes.


Awesome!

    sweetlyfez:

    muladhara:

    I am dead pleased with this purchase! It’s a 1970’s knitting and crochet book, published by the BBC to go along with a series they did showing how to learn to knit and crochet (why don’t they do series like that any more??) I only paid a quid for it, so I think it was a real bargain!

    (I was swayed mostly by the traditional Fair Isle and Shetland knitting charts in there, but I also like vintage craft books).

    aaah, this is one of the books in my mum’s knitting stash! I love the variety of stitch patterns it includes.

    Awesome!

  8. I am dead pleased with this purchase! It’s a 1970’s knitting and crochet book, published by the BBC to go along with a series they did showing how to learn to knit and crochet (why don’t they do series like that any more??) I only paid a quid for it, so I think it was a real bargain!

(I was swayed mostly by the traditional Fair Isle and Shetland knitting charts in there, but I also like vintage craft books).

    I am dead pleased with this purchase! It’s a 1970’s knitting and crochet book, published by the BBC to go along with a series they did showing how to learn to knit and crochet (why don’t they do series like that any more??) I only paid a quid for it, so I think it was a real bargain!

    (I was swayed mostly by the traditional Fair Isle and Shetland knitting charts in there, but I also like vintage craft books).

  9. A crocheted spiral, done as an example when showing a couple of friends how to make one.

    A crocheted spiral, done as an example when showing a couple of friends how to make one.

  10. Baby hat knitted for my oldest friend’s baby. It has a matching pair of mittens to go with it.

I think knitting bobbles is a pain in the backside, though, and I’m not going to do it again in a hurry.

    Baby hat knitted for my oldest friend’s baby. It has a matching pair of mittens to go with it.

    I think knitting bobbles is a pain in the backside, though, and I’m not going to do it again in a hurry.