vaginapowersactivate:

prestonhymas:

Why do we not discuss clouds more?

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I mean look at that. That’s water.

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Flying water.

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FLYING

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FUCKING

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WATER

LIKE WHAT THE FUCK, WHY DO WE EVER STOP TALKING ABOUT THIS

WHAT IS THIS

HOW IS THIS EVEN

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AND NOW THE FLYING WATER IS EATING A MOUNTAIN

GOD DAMN, WHAT

This is my favorite post on Tumblr.

acalmstrength2013:

Have you guys checked out Botanical Knits 2 by Alana Dakos yet?  It’s full of so many pretty patterns!  Pictured above:

Verdure fingerless mitts
Twigs and Willows mitts
Sunlit Autumn sweater
Ivy Trellis hat
Flourish sweater
Forest Foliage wrap
Sprig Sweater
Ferns hat
Hanging Leaves wrap

Aren’t they all lovely?  There are a few more (equally beautiful) patterns in the collection as well.
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acalmstrength2013:

Have you guys checked out Botanical Knits 2 by Alana Dakos yet?  It’s full of so many pretty patterns!  Pictured above:

Verdure fingerless mitts
Twigs and Willows mitts
Sunlit Autumn sweater
Ivy Trellis hat
Flourish sweater
Forest Foliage wrap
Sprig Sweater
Ferns hat
Hanging Leaves wrap

Aren’t they all lovely?  There are a few more (equally beautiful) patterns in the collection as well.
Zoom Info
acalmstrength2013:

Have you guys checked out Botanical Knits 2 by Alana Dakos yet?  It’s full of so many pretty patterns!  Pictured above:

Verdure fingerless mitts
Twigs and Willows mitts
Sunlit Autumn sweater
Ivy Trellis hat
Flourish sweater
Forest Foliage wrap
Sprig Sweater
Ferns hat
Hanging Leaves wrap

Aren’t they all lovely?  There are a few more (equally beautiful) patterns in the collection as well.
Zoom Info
acalmstrength2013:

Have you guys checked out Botanical Knits 2 by Alana Dakos yet?  It’s full of so many pretty patterns!  Pictured above:

Verdure fingerless mitts
Twigs and Willows mitts
Sunlit Autumn sweater
Ivy Trellis hat
Flourish sweater
Forest Foliage wrap
Sprig Sweater
Ferns hat
Hanging Leaves wrap

Aren’t they all lovely?  There are a few more (equally beautiful) patterns in the collection as well.
Zoom Info
acalmstrength2013:

Have you guys checked out Botanical Knits 2 by Alana Dakos yet?  It’s full of so many pretty patterns!  Pictured above:

Verdure fingerless mitts
Twigs and Willows mitts
Sunlit Autumn sweater
Ivy Trellis hat
Flourish sweater
Forest Foliage wrap
Sprig Sweater
Ferns hat
Hanging Leaves wrap

Aren’t they all lovely?  There are a few more (equally beautiful) patterns in the collection as well.
Zoom Info
acalmstrength2013:

Have you guys checked out Botanical Knits 2 by Alana Dakos yet?  It’s full of so many pretty patterns!  Pictured above:

Verdure fingerless mitts
Twigs and Willows mitts
Sunlit Autumn sweater
Ivy Trellis hat
Flourish sweater
Forest Foliage wrap
Sprig Sweater
Ferns hat
Hanging Leaves wrap

Aren’t they all lovely?  There are a few more (equally beautiful) patterns in the collection as well.
Zoom Info
acalmstrength2013:

Have you guys checked out Botanical Knits 2 by Alana Dakos yet?  It’s full of so many pretty patterns!  Pictured above:

Verdure fingerless mitts
Twigs and Willows mitts
Sunlit Autumn sweater
Ivy Trellis hat
Flourish sweater
Forest Foliage wrap
Sprig Sweater
Ferns hat
Hanging Leaves wrap

Aren’t they all lovely?  There are a few more (equally beautiful) patterns in the collection as well.
Zoom Info
acalmstrength2013:

Have you guys checked out Botanical Knits 2 by Alana Dakos yet?  It’s full of so many pretty patterns!  Pictured above:

Verdure fingerless mitts
Twigs and Willows mitts
Sunlit Autumn sweater
Ivy Trellis hat
Flourish sweater
Forest Foliage wrap
Sprig Sweater
Ferns hat
Hanging Leaves wrap

Aren’t they all lovely?  There are a few more (equally beautiful) patterns in the collection as well.
Zoom Info
acalmstrength2013:

Have you guys checked out Botanical Knits 2 by Alana Dakos yet?  It’s full of so many pretty patterns!  Pictured above:

Verdure fingerless mitts
Twigs and Willows mitts
Sunlit Autumn sweater
Ivy Trellis hat
Flourish sweater
Forest Foliage wrap
Sprig Sweater
Ferns hat
Hanging Leaves wrap

Aren’t they all lovely?  There are a few more (equally beautiful) patterns in the collection as well.
Zoom Info

acalmstrength2013:

Have you guys checked out Botanical Knits 2 by Alana Dakos yet?  It’s full of so many pretty patterns!  Pictured above:

Verdure fingerless mitts

Twigs and Willows mitts

Sunlit Autumn sweater

Ivy Trellis hat

Flourish sweater

Forest Foliage wrap

Sprig Sweater

Ferns hat

Hanging Leaves wrap

Aren’t they all lovely?  There are a few more (equally beautiful) patterns in the collection as well.

professorfonz:

#Sherlocklives Cardi
I designed this lightweight summer cardigan late in 2013, in the long, anxious build-up to Series 3. The complex colourwork motif (adapted from the excellent The Wallpaper Had It Coming Again by Morgen Dammerung) kept my hands busy as I waited and waited and waited…The black skulls are my addition, obviously:

The secret message on the right sleeve identifies the wearer as a proud member of ‘The Empty Hearse’:

EDIT: FREE PATTERN NOW AVAILABLE ON RAVELRY HERE: (X)
NB: I am currently designing/knitting a jumper/pullover version of this pattern in silver and black silk yarn. Pattern coming soon!
Masses, masses of knitlock designs here (x)


Always reblog.
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professorfonz:

#Sherlocklives Cardi
I designed this lightweight summer cardigan late in 2013, in the long, anxious build-up to Series 3. The complex colourwork motif (adapted from the excellent The Wallpaper Had It Coming Again by Morgen Dammerung) kept my hands busy as I waited and waited and waited…The black skulls are my addition, obviously:

The secret message on the right sleeve identifies the wearer as a proud member of ‘The Empty Hearse’:

EDIT: FREE PATTERN NOW AVAILABLE ON RAVELRY HERE: (X)
NB: I am currently designing/knitting a jumper/pullover version of this pattern in silver and black silk yarn. Pattern coming soon!
Masses, masses of knitlock designs here (x)


Always reblog.
Zoom Info
professorfonz:

#Sherlocklives Cardi
I designed this lightweight summer cardigan late in 2013, in the long, anxious build-up to Series 3. The complex colourwork motif (adapted from the excellent The Wallpaper Had It Coming Again by Morgen Dammerung) kept my hands busy as I waited and waited and waited…The black skulls are my addition, obviously:

The secret message on the right sleeve identifies the wearer as a proud member of ‘The Empty Hearse’:

EDIT: FREE PATTERN NOW AVAILABLE ON RAVELRY HERE: (X)
NB: I am currently designing/knitting a jumper/pullover version of this pattern in silver and black silk yarn. Pattern coming soon!
Masses, masses of knitlock designs here (x)


Always reblog.
Zoom Info
professorfonz:

#Sherlocklives Cardi
I designed this lightweight summer cardigan late in 2013, in the long, anxious build-up to Series 3. The complex colourwork motif (adapted from the excellent The Wallpaper Had It Coming Again by Morgen Dammerung) kept my hands busy as I waited and waited and waited…The black skulls are my addition, obviously:

The secret message on the right sleeve identifies the wearer as a proud member of ‘The Empty Hearse’:

EDIT: FREE PATTERN NOW AVAILABLE ON RAVELRY HERE: (X)
NB: I am currently designing/knitting a jumper/pullover version of this pattern in silver and black silk yarn. Pattern coming soon!
Masses, masses of knitlock designs here (x)


Always reblog.
Zoom Info
professorfonz:

#Sherlocklives Cardi
I designed this lightweight summer cardigan late in 2013, in the long, anxious build-up to Series 3. The complex colourwork motif (adapted from the excellent The Wallpaper Had It Coming Again by Morgen Dammerung) kept my hands busy as I waited and waited and waited…The black skulls are my addition, obviously:

The secret message on the right sleeve identifies the wearer as a proud member of ‘The Empty Hearse’:

EDIT: FREE PATTERN NOW AVAILABLE ON RAVELRY HERE: (X)
NB: I am currently designing/knitting a jumper/pullover version of this pattern in silver and black silk yarn. Pattern coming soon!
Masses, masses of knitlock designs here (x)


Always reblog.
Zoom Info

professorfonz:

#Sherlocklives Cardi

I designed this lightweight summer cardigan late in 2013, in the long, anxious build-up to Series 3. The complex colourwork motif (adapted from the excellent The Wallpaper Had It Coming Again by Morgen Dammerung) kept my hands busy as I waited and waited and waited…The black skulls are my addition, obviously:

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The secret message on the right sleeve identifies the wearer as a proud member of ‘The Empty Hearse’:

image

EDIT: FREE PATTERN NOW AVAILABLE ON RAVELRY HERE: (X)

NB: I am currently designing/knitting a jumper/pullover version of this pattern in silver and black silk yarn. Pattern coming soon!

Masses, masses of knitlock designs here (x)

Always reblog.

stitch-please:

So people have been posting about their needle storage and I wanted to share mine. For straights I just stick ‘em in my TARDIS coffee mug which works brilliantly. But for my circulars, interchangeable, and DPNs I’ve made these hoop organizers. I love them because you get to display the tools of your craft in a beautiful way, none of the cables gets tangled (or attacked by cats), and you’re not just placing them in an organizer and than placing that organizer in a box. 
I sell these at my etsy store Neon Greens and am willing to do custom orders for your particular needle or hook stash as well as matching decor/favorite colors.
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stitch-please:

So people have been posting about their needle storage and I wanted to share mine. For straights I just stick ‘em in my TARDIS coffee mug which works brilliantly. But for my circulars, interchangeable, and DPNs I’ve made these hoop organizers. I love them because you get to display the tools of your craft in a beautiful way, none of the cables gets tangled (or attacked by cats), and you’re not just placing them in an organizer and than placing that organizer in a box. 
I sell these at my etsy store Neon Greens and am willing to do custom orders for your particular needle or hook stash as well as matching decor/favorite colors.
Zoom Info
stitch-please:

So people have been posting about their needle storage and I wanted to share mine. For straights I just stick ‘em in my TARDIS coffee mug which works brilliantly. But for my circulars, interchangeable, and DPNs I’ve made these hoop organizers. I love them because you get to display the tools of your craft in a beautiful way, none of the cables gets tangled (or attacked by cats), and you’re not just placing them in an organizer and than placing that organizer in a box. 
I sell these at my etsy store Neon Greens and am willing to do custom orders for your particular needle or hook stash as well as matching decor/favorite colors.
Zoom Info
stitch-please:

So people have been posting about their needle storage and I wanted to share mine. For straights I just stick ‘em in my TARDIS coffee mug which works brilliantly. But for my circulars, interchangeable, and DPNs I’ve made these hoop organizers. I love them because you get to display the tools of your craft in a beautiful way, none of the cables gets tangled (or attacked by cats), and you’re not just placing them in an organizer and than placing that organizer in a box. 
I sell these at my etsy store Neon Greens and am willing to do custom orders for your particular needle or hook stash as well as matching decor/favorite colors.
Zoom Info

stitch-please:

So people have been posting about their needle storage and I wanted to share mine. For straights I just stick ‘em in my TARDIS coffee mug which works brilliantly. But for my circulars, interchangeable, and DPNs I’ve made these hoop organizers. I love them because you get to display the tools of your craft in a beautiful way, none of the cables gets tangled (or attacked by cats), and you’re not just placing them in an organizer and than placing that organizer in a box. 

I sell these at my etsy store Neon Greens and am willing to do custom orders for your particular needle or hook stash as well as matching decor/favorite colors.

dudesthatknit:

Knit Inspiration:  Laylock Knitwear Design
Do I want colours of similar hues, or do I want to mix them up? What about keeping the background colour constant throughout? I do know that I’d like to combine modern patterns with the traditional ones, and I’d quite like each design to have some sort of symbolic meaning, even if I’m the only one who knows about it.

dudesthatknit:


Knit Inspiration:  Laylock Knitwear Design

Do I want colours of similar hues, or do I want to mix them up? What about keeping the background colour constant throughout? I do know that I’d like to combine modern patterns with the traditional ones, and I’d quite like each design to have some sort of symbolic meaning, even if I’m the only one who knows about it.