I always check a person’s tos before I read their pattern, and if I can’t sell the finished product I don’t even read the pattern. I make my own :D! So here’s Pony Prototype #1
3DS in the background for size comparison and to show off the lil subtle curve that insinuates a tiny snout > U < I’m so gosh darn proud of that lil snout♥
Changes to the pattern will be slight, so I won’t be making another with the same yarns. I will be making Ponyta and some of the ManeSix though * v *♥♥♥ I hope to sell these at AWA this year, I’ve never been to a major con so I hope I make enough/sell any @ U @”’
ravensnightmare333 asked: Do you have any tips for tired arms? I crochet in my computer chair and I find my arms getting very tired very fast. My chair has arm rest, but it seems the more I try to elevate my arms the worst the feel. If you happen to have some tips for me I would really apperciate it
Comfort is key. If your arms get tired easily, especially in specific pieces of furniture, you should probably try changing your position and where you are sitting. Try your bed, leaning against a wall, the floor, other chairs or couches.
The most comfortable way for me to sit and crochet is usually to have my arms close to my side and not being propped up on anything other than my body.
I know that isn’t for everyone, so you should find your own way of being comfortable with decent posture. Take plenty of breaks and try to find ways to stretch your arms out before, after, and even during crochet sessions. (I have some links to exercises for crafters on my crochet health tag, but I’m pretty certain they focus more on the wrist and hands, rather than full arms.)
Finally finished a pink cat for my sister in law. On the back, I included patches of white like one of her kitties has!
Don’t forget that this Sunday starts National Crochet Week! (in the USA, and according to a major chain retailer attempting to sell me yarn at exorbitant prices)
Crochet crochet crochet!