This blog is about me and all I am going threw to start a business starting with my last year of college.

 

Before you assume, learn. Before you judge, understand. Before you hurt, feel. Before you say, think

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Lesson to the lives around me!

pardonmewhileipanic:

warrioromen:

brassknuckled:

pardonmewhileipanic:

warrioromen:

brassknuckled:

this hobby is getting out of hand

WHAT IS THAT EVEN, WHAT ARE YOU KNITTING???????

i need to know what kind of wool that is and what type of needles because i have a mighty need to make myself a huge ass blanket

Size 120 Needles (50$+) and 100% Merino Super Chunky/Giant yarn (around 40$ per 40 yard skein). I made a 26”x56” throw with fringe which used four skeins in 7/8 hrs so 160$ + Needles + Shipping. 

omg though

wow thank you so much for the info! It looks so good! 

pardonmewhileipanic:

warrioromen:

brassknuckled:

pardonmewhileipanic:

warrioromen:

brassknuckled:

this hobby is getting out of hand

WHAT IS THAT EVEN, WHAT ARE YOU KNITTING???????

i need to know what kind of wool that is and what type of needles because i have a mighty need to make myself a huge ass blanket

Size 120 Needles (50$+) and 100% Merino Super Chunky/Giant yarn (around 40$ per 40 yard skein). I made a 26”x56” throw with fringe which used four skeins in 7/8 hrs so 160$ + Needles + Shipping. 

omg though

wow thank you so much for the info! It looks so good! 

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Natural Fabric Dyes Chart and How To Dye Fabric from Anjou Clothing here. The yellow powder is tumeric and the bottom purple leaves are lavandar. These are the results that she got using 100% natural fabric liked undyed silk. For a how-to on dyeing natural fabrics go to the link (and also read the comments). First seen at Transient Expression here.