It took a bit, but my mojo for crafting has returned.
I actually brought my wheel out and started spinning. I chose a simple 100% BFL braid and split it in two vertically. Here are some pictures of the first bobbin:
My entrelac shawl was finally finished, finishing it completely destroyed my motivation to do anything else for WEEKS however.
It is over 9 feet long and almost impossible to take a decent picture of. I have been wearing it since it was finished and I love the large scarf feel of it.
On the doll front I have a few new acquisitions:
A suit for my homme dolls arrived. When I put Thanatos in it and posed him beside Erebus they ended up looking like a mob boss and one of his thugs.
The Tris Divergent doll arrived, and was rebodied to a spare pivotal body (Frank Sinatra), she is extremely pretty and rather innocent looking. Well compared to some of my other girls.
The Divergent Four doll also came home. Thankfully he doesn’t have to be rebodied.
My Catching Fire Katniss was finally rebodied onto a pivotal body (Paso Doble). She’s gorgeous, but very pouty.
I really have to stop buying dolls that I can’t rebody onto Obitsu bodies. That leaves me with only Nuetra and Peace as possible skintones. Thankfully Barbie Collector is getting better about telling you what skintone a doll has.
Occasionally you just need to see what you have stashed away. I pulled out all of my yarn that it on display:
Not as big a pile as I thought it would be… but still big enough. In fact those bins in the picture hold my cotton and acrylic stash.
I decided to do something different for this stash toss, organize by colour.
Here is the result:
I like it, even if it will be hard to find specific yarn.
I ended up with these colour categories: natural, brown, grey, green, teal, blue, purple, red, orange & brights.
Here is natural-> blue
crochet experiment all consuming project of importance can now stand by himself: