Friday, September 18, 2009

crown


I woolied up a crown with points. Right now these mason jars are the easiest things to wooly up, though I'm working out kinks on getting them fluffy topped. Working on a cotton to fabric ratio...and I have learned that clear glue aged about 10 years smells like a bunch of old incontinent monkeys. And I don't ever want to learn why an old cotton ball would have weird little crystally twigs in it. Not ever.

Monday, September 14, 2009

new at making certain things

Here's some new thing I'm learning to do. I will be soon be making all sorts of little useless things people will somehow manage to use. Scratch that - I already did! I made a decorative doodad for the lid of a useful mason jar. Jars are good for storing things! And you'll remember to not forget about what you've stored if the lid has a pretty wooly hooha dealy on it. Then I moved on to a star I doodled. I can doodle anything then wooly it on to anything. I have loads of stitches to learn.
But I have ideas for what to wooly coming out of my wazoo.
This star's future is undetermined. What will he become? I will one day I will grow a body and my hand will become a real person. A real girl, after all, is better than no girl at all.


I'm going to wooly some wonderful things in the spirit of Halloween. The Great Pumpkin. It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown.