I made this Kereru as a Christmas present and I’m really happy with the way it turned out! I’m amazed at how far I’ve come since I started crocheting; I never knew that doing a project freehand could be so fun.
Hi! It’s your friendly neighborhood Starving Artist ™ here to once again gently remind you that I do, in fact, like to crochet things for money. (◕‿◕✿)
Some more helpful information to keep in mind:
Please have several reference pictures of your idea ready before asking me for a quote. If you are ordering clothing, I will also ask you for your measurements. Please also let me know if you are allergic to any fiber types.
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I reserve the right to keep pictures of the finished project as part of my portfolio, and to post them on my social media accounts as examples of my work.
If I can fit it into a flat rate padded envelope, USPS Priority Mail shipping is $5, as long as you’re within the United States. If you’re not, international price varies by size and country of destination.
I can be contacted through instant messages, asks, my deviantArt account at MasterPlanner. (✿◠‿◠)
Drink when: • The Posh couple swear • Either or both of the Posh couple are drunk • Steph has a vodka and coke • The Posh couple hold hands • Carolyn from the Michael family is eating a piece of cheesecake/biscuits/chocolate/any type of dessert • Louis from the Michael family starts disagreeing and shouting at one or both of his parents or just shouting • Louis has his mouth open • June and Leon disagree about something • Leon waves the remote control around • Chris and Stephen say what they would do if it was them in the programme they are watching • Chris and Stephen are wearing tracksuit bottoms • Chris and Stephen sip their tea • Chris and Stephen look confusingly/disgustingly/disapprovingly at each other • Chris and Stephen’s cat Ginge is on the screen • Sandra drinks out of her Pot Noodle cup • Sandy and Sandra are eating a takeaway • The picture cuts to Sandy and Sandra’s ‘No regret in Jesus’ sign • One of the Tappers asks ‘why would you…’ • One of the the Tapper children starts whining, arguing • Someone is on their phone/iPad, • Linda, George and Pete all cackle simultaneously • Giles tells Mary ‘this is why…’ • Mary is doing some sort of knitting/crochet • One or more of the Woerdenwebers is NOT wearing a black top • Jenny and Lee’s teddy is also watching TV in the corner • Jenny and Lee look at each other in disbelief • Kate/Graham is stroking their dog • Kate has her feet up on Graham’s lap • Scarlett Moffatt is wearing anything furry/leopard print • Any of the families think something was a cover up/conspiracy • Someone cries/ gasps and the camera pans in close • The Malones’ son has a top knot • Dave the dog is in the room! • One of the Malones eats a sweety • One of the Siddiqui sons says something insightful and true, which no one has ever thought of before.
So, I’m in kind of a tough spot… I need to make some money because I’ve been hit pretty bad with car trouble. I’m in some crazy debt after my bank card was hacked and now I’m having to get expensive work done to my car to get it to pass a Virginia state inspection. I’ve already had to borrow $655 (that I have to pay back) to get work done. We thought that would be it, but it looks like we’ll be spending between $75 to $525 more to get it to pass. At this point, I’ll be spending more than my car’s worth to get it fixed, and if that’s the case, I’m going to need to get a new car and I don’t know if I can afford car payments. So right now, I’m working an okay job, but I have rent and insurance to pay, plus a crazy credit card bill from being out of work and having my bank account hacked. The only thing I can think to do is to try to sell my crochet Paopu fruits.
Hufflepuffs love tactile activities. If they’re sitting for any length of time, they’re more than likely also knitting, crocheting, doing some sort of sewing activity, doodling, making origami, or doing any other hands-on activity.