Below is my newest addition to my Etsy shop. It’s a stroller blanket. 🙂 I am working on a second large project even after I told myself I wouldn’t do another after finishing the peacock. Still, the new project is proving to be fun to make so I’ll continue with it.
Please, visit my shop and tell your friends about it too. I do take some commissions so it doesn’t hurt to ask, either here or at the shop. I’m using the money to save up for a car so I can move out of the motel I’m currently living in and get into a place more secure. I also can’t have my furbaby Oliver with me, and I miss her a lot!
The shop’s name is Griffin’s Market. Yes, I realize it’s not a terribly creative name, but I wasn’t looking for creative when I started the shop. My wares are my creation.
With that I bid you all adieu. I’ll catch you on the flipside and as always, don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!
Griffin’s Market is the name of my Etsy shop. I know it’s not too original, but it gets the job done.
I have four items already listed on there – including my just finished peacock project. I will be listing more items as I get pictures made and get projects done.
I take some commissions as well so don’t hesitate to ask.
The link is : GriffinsMarket
Let me know if the link doesn’t work.
See you all on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!
I actually finished this project several days ago, but I had so much other stuff going on I didn’t have time to sit down to write a post until now.
This piece was originally supposed to be for an accent pillow. I found the pattern in a vintage pattern book circa 1915 – The Priscilla Filet Crochet Book No. 2 in fact. The pattern called for size 300 thread which I had no clue about so, I used what I had. The piece is now 47 inches wide by 55 inches tall. I am selling it on Etsy too –
If the above link doesn’t work, please let me know. So far, it’s working.
That’s it for now folks, more to come, so see you on the flipside. Enjoy and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!