Another unusual way to use up oddments of yarn. They’d be great as baby toys or possibly for cats and dogs. I’ll bet you could juggle with them too! Depending on what you used to make them, they would be cute decorations too.
I may have just realized that most of my depressing headcanons are only depressing because I make them that way, and would otherwise be the basis of perfectly respectable crack.
Now I have no excuse. Darn.
(I MIGHT DELETE THIS BEFORE CERTAIN PARTIES CATCH ON.)
Two more details and the next doll is done!
One of the details is actually two details. So technically, three.
…oh I forgot, four. Four more details.
And lots of loose ends that TOTALLY don’t count.
But then it’s done!
*light bulb goes on over head*
*holds index finger straight up in the air*
*throws piles of paper in the air and runs outside, ecstatic tears streaming down her face as she heartily shakes the hands of strangers and greets the brand new day that awaits her*
(…it’ll never last, though.)
Hope you can make it to our Not at Comic Con party this Saturday, 07/26! Anyone who arrives in costume or comic book apparel before 1pm will receive a raffle ticket for some fun giveaways! Winners will be announced in-store at 1pm.
My latest embroidery attempt: Cthulhu pillow! I think I’m getting better at lettering. Still need work on spacing, and still trying to figure out which fill method I like best.
For an extra $10 we will make sure Bucky doesn’t find out where you live.
Mr. Lincoln says otherwise.
I don’t even understand. It’s not your fandom guys.
I’m just very competitive, okay?