Happy Lunar New Year, everyone!!!  Gong Hei Fat Choy!  You have blown me away by how quickly you’ve finished your adorable monkeys all over the world, from Myanmar to Singapore! 

Whenever I see the first finished creations, I always breathe a sigh of relief as I know that people have been able to successfully replicate and follow my pattern! I try to meticulously write down notes when figuring out the pattern, but it’s just me double checking everything, making sure my numbers make sense, and trying to make it as clear and understandable as possible!  Keep sharing your amazing pictures with me and enjoy this little slideshow that I’ve put together!  Wishing you a very blessed Year of the Monkey

{Make your own monkey with my step-by-step blog post HERE and my free pattern HERE!}


I made my own Doctor Who bento-style bag! The fabric is from the collection at Joann’s and has black and a regular TARDIS print on the outside and the exposing TARDIS as the inside liner and cover. This bag was made for carrying lunch/snacks to work, but it’s also good for hauling small projects or could even be a purse. It’s actually be a great knitting bag.

I followed this tutorial: http://ayumills.blogspot.com/2010/08/tutorial-lunch-bag.html


I got a “Portable Photo Studio”, or a Light Box, from my brother for my birthday. Safe to say is that I love it. No more cursing cloudy days and the lack of natural light!


With Valentines Day just around the corner, everyone has to deal with the occasional Creeper. Luckily, with this new reversible scoodie, you can just as easily Enderman! 

Check them out on Etsy! https://www.etsy.com/listing/97149000/reversible-creeper-hood-with-scarf

If you’re coming to Katsucon, be sure to stop by our table (B14 in the Artist’s Alley!)