Craft•ish

Lady Sherlock
I love to make things and look at what other people make. My favorite types of crafts include: felt plushies, embroidery, knitting, patchwork, and mix media.

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anomaly1:

gang0fwolves:

thecogsofmycranium:

A’shop

Holy shit

wow

(via zohbugg)

edwardspoonhands:

oroxine:

poyzn:

There is someone out there for everybody.

It just might be a goose.

Oh God, I hope not…

stitcherywitchery:

Bekki Bjarnoll’s free pattern for the simple crocheted Hanging Basket.  Instructions available in English and Norwegian.

(via thecraftyliciouscrafter)

truebluemeandyou:

DIY Medieval Dresses from Medieval Wedding Dresses. The above photos are of the "bliaut", which “is a rich, full overgown made of fine silk, laced tight down the sides of the body, with long, hanging sleeves.” The navigation on this site isn’t great and if you click on a link within a post it may show up as a 404 error. If you stick to the sidebar you are fine and the links work. The dresses on this site are:

  • Baid Kirtle and Gown. “The kirtle, the basic medieval dress, is cut in rectangles, and has long straight sleeves. It’s often worn with a fancier overtunic.”
  • Bliaut. "The bliaut is a rich, full overgown made of fine silk, laced tight down the sides of the body, with long, hanging sleeves."
  • Cotehardie. “The cotehardie is another figure-hugging gown, this time with tight sleeves and a buttoned or laced front.”
  • Houppelande. “The houpplelande is a later gown, long and full and worn belted above the waist. “
  • Sideless surcoat. “The sideless surcoat is cut away at the sides to reveal a tighly-fitted undergown, and often shows heraldic colours.”
  • Underwear. “A simple linen shift for women and a shirt for men.”