Monthly Archives: October 2015

Tiny Tools of the Trade parts 2 and 3

After the tiny sound board I stitched a little while back, it was only a matter of time before I did one for stage managers and lighting. First, I did this one: My thought process was making the thing look … Continue reading

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MEGA Swap!

I started on my Mega gifts first, inspired by my partner’s love of NES nostalgia and Mario. I was originally going to do a whole bunch of different games, but I had already done the mirror before I looked up … Continue reading

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Mini Swap!

I sent out both of my Sprite Stitch swaps this week, and since they’ve gotten to their respective swappies, I can now reveal what I’ve been working on since July! I’ll start with the mini because of arbitrary reasons. My … Continue reading

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Art Swap with Q2Q!

So, about a month ago, my Theatre Tech pattern made rounds on tumblr again after being stitched by another backstage stitcher. The artist for Q2Q comics (where I got the inspiration for the pattern) asked for me to make on … Continue reading

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Tiny Tools of the Trade

I love alliteration. I’m in the middle of a few projects right now (read: A HUGE AMOUNT OF PROJECTS), and during times like these, I sit back and start a new thing. This one didn’t take long, and was inspired … Continue reading

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Book Guardian

One day, I went up to Frank’s booth to find him reading a book. He stopped to talk to me, and I noticed his book mark was just a piece of electrical tape, folded over. Unacceptable. I can make a … Continue reading

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