“A good wizard knows to keep his best spells close to hand.”
Time to meet our newest one-off creation. Masquerading as a humble spellbook, this opens up easily into a combination dice rolling tray with storage space (capable of holding at least seven full sets of gaming dice) and a snap-closure dice jail (just so you can let that misbehaving D20 rethink what it just did to the whole party). The entire set closes over the storage space which means you can also use it as permanent storage for your collection, keeping them safe whether on a bookshelf, or hooked onto one of our Widogast Arrangement harnesses.
This is a one-off piece, and is available for private sale. Pricing is $265 USD, plus shipping (determined by country). If you’re interested in picking this up for yourself, please, feel free to message us.
My name is Dex and recently I had money stolen from me, putting me in a tight spot. Right now I’m unable to work due to health issues I am having. So to try and make back some of the money I am selling handmade iron on patches. Attached below are some of the options I have!
Please support a trans sibling in need, I promise my products are amazing and you’ll love what you get. You’re supporting a sibling in need AND you get something amazing as well.
i know everybody is having a rough go of it atm but my full time job won’t be paying me anymore so orders from my patch shop are super duper appreciated right now if anyone can spare a few bucks. also i have a LOT of time on my hands now so orders will be going out fairly quickly. you can check out my shop here on tumblr or on etsy if you prefer however there are more designs available on tumblr. free shipping worldwide. thank you!!
Let the front porch take you back — this Vermont farmhouse is full of classic features that echo simpler times. Like a long driveway, perfect for learning to ride a bike. A screened-in porch for afternoon naps. And a front yard big enough for at least three lemonade stands.
…sort of. My car transmission chose the WORST time of year to die and I’m looking to sell a bunch of my fiber craft to feed the mechanical beast. Therefore, witness this array of items! I will be going through shortly to attach approximate prices to each, all of which will be deeply discounted from what I would be asking if I put these full price in my Etsy shop. If you see something you want and don’t fancy the price, make me an offer! If you see something you like but would want it in a different color, I do not charge extra for commission work. 🙂
reblog ok. -creep
This is one of the biggest of the small-form skull shawls I have made, totalling 66 faces! The yarn is a soft and squishable gradient with a hint of sparkly, rainbowy glitz throughout, adding a little pizzazz to the grey and white. Big enough to wrap wround and snuggle up in, or to let hand - this one has a great drape, and takes well to brooches and shawl pins.
Every skull face is different, both from the shape of it due to the drape and also the ever-changing gradient of the yarn. The hardest part of this shawl to depict is the sparkle, a subtle rainbow of glitz throughout.
How much I would charge in the shop: $450 Asking: $200
A wide moebius shawl/scarf in gradient yarn, big enough to drape around the shoulders, to let hang long, or to double up for extra warmth going out in the cold. Machine-washable fibers. The gradients change slowly enough to blend well, but still make great contrast no matter which way you wear it. You can simply double loop it for scarf wear, or even bring one loop up to have a cozy hood!
How much I would charge in the shop: $120 Asking: $60
One of my own designs that I forgot to write down, but will probably get around to at some point This scarf is a thick, slightly fuzzy yarn in a mossy green that doesn’t quite come through in this picture. It is long enough that, draped around my neck, the ends fall all the way to my feet - plenty of length to experiment with knotting and draping as it keeps you warm.
How much I would charge in the shop: $100 Asking: $50
This scarf employs a method another designer made for crocheted lengths that weave in and out from one another; their design used them thickly, and created a cowl. I decreased the size, increased the number, and called on the summer camp friendship bracelet skills of my youth to make a long, beautifully textured scarf. And I put tentacles on the end, because who doesn’t love tentacles?
Acrylic yarn, machine washable.
How much I would charge in the shop: $140 Asking: $60
This scarf is a redesign of a shawl pattern I was checking out, which relied on color changes to bring out the way the pattern comes to a point. I used a gradient yarn, and created stitch changes in addition to the overall shape to create sharper textural chevrons within the wedgelike pattern. The contrast of the color gradient gives it an eye-catching, playful look
What I would be asking for this in the shop: $160 Asking: $60
This lightweight shawl is worked from a single skein with a slow but strikingly changing gradient. It is a long shawl, but not too deep, and can be worn as a scarf or as a shawl as suits your needs. Curving gracefully, it falls to just above the elbow, closes well with stick pin/shawl pin or brooch as desired.
How much I would charge for this in the shop: $225 Asking: $100
This is a thick and playful shawl in a crisp blue acrylic, inspired by a pinappley antique doily pattern reworked and upsized into this wearable piece. Fully machine washable, suitable for adults or children. Comes to just the elbow on the sides, and to the waist front and back. Openwork design welcoming to a variety of shawl pins.
How much I would charge for this in the shop: $180 Asking: $80
This is one of the largest of the skulls shawls I have ever made; in a soft lavender acrylic, this one is nearly a small blanket instead of a shawl, with a wingspan that outreaches my own arms both sides and a spine length that goes all the way to the knees. It could easily be a lap blanket as much as a shawl. This one is a Beeg Gorl! It extends all the way to the wrists, and drapes to the knees front and back.
How much I would charge for this in the shop: $300 Asking: $125
This is the newest pattern I’ve learned, and I love it; it flows organically and there are spots where it is altered and comes back to form, like a minor mutation in a reef of coral under the Big Blue.
What I would charge for this in the shop: $220 Asking: $100
If you love a really crazy long scarf, check this one out! This red dragon wing scarf has a long straight edge, and dags along the other edge that look like a dragon’s wing when you wrap it around, and around, and around.
How much I would charge for this in this shop: $180 Asking: $60
⚠️[ Sharing this will truly help me a lot, I’ll appreciate it wholeheartedly!! ] For sale!⚠️
So, I’ll be selling these drawings, because I am in a difficult time financially, and selling these can truly make a difference…. your support will truly mean a lot… Even sharing this will truly help me! also I still have my comissions open, if you are interested 💜
Also if you may like any of my art I posted here, you can let me know ( DM me ) and I may sell that one too ( it depends tho ) 💗
Thank you for your support, I truly appreciate you all a lot! 🥺💖💙💖