Drama Llama Knitting Company produces handspun and Hand-dyed yarns, as well as knitting accessories and patterns.

Our dream: By moving towards selling yarn from local-ish, ethically sourced fiber, we hope you bring your sweater a little bit closer (figuratively speaking) to the sheep it came from. (Or alpaca, or goat, or bundle of flax!)

For those about to craft, we salute you.
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I’ve been looking at the blog completely cauchy for inspiration a lot. Blankets take a lot of time but they are definitely one of my favourite things to make (and use).

I really love how they’ve mixed patterns here. 


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pattern in Spanish, but there are charts

Glorious! So inspiring. 

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Old school crochet! From an afghan my grandmother made for me when I was just a wee thing. 

I don’t know how these color combos are so alluring. I feel like if I tried to do this is would end up looking a bit messy rather than spectacular. 


Hexagonal by Solange C on Flickr.

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IMG_9166 on Flickr.

Makin’ progress on my granny ripple afghan.

I love getting boxes of wool in the mail!

My mom has given up on her plans to learn to spin (for the time being, anyways) since we can’t seem to get the old wheel to function properly. (My fiance picked it up at a yard sale for $20 a few years ago, but there was no footman and the whole thing is pretty shot…)

So, she sent me the roving that she had stashed away! — And also some leftover bits of Noro from her many afghan projects. 

You may think that an afghan made out of Noro would be scratchy and awful, but I can tell you from experience that it’s actually very very nice. And so pretty!

BOBBLES! I must learn how to crochet with bobbles…


I want to make this soooooooo badly.

I first spoke of it here. I really really really need to make this, but I need to finish Simplicity first, and then I have to knit a baby gift for Breanna at work, although I have until early January before her daughter is born!!!

I have some other UFO’s that I really need to finish, as well - Adam’s log cabin blanket & my ten stitch blanket.  And then, of course, I have to get to spinning.  I don’t think I’ve spun in about 2 months.  I’ll never learn at that rate…..

Attic 24: Constant Crochet Inspiration.

(And gorgeous color choices)


Attic24 on We Heart It. http://weheartit.com/entry/8344690

This is amazing! 

Incidentally, it looks like the way most of my tetris games end up. 



Tetris Psychedelia by rettgrayson on Flickr.


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If only my studio looked this neat and sparse… instead of an unholy mess. 

Everytime I think about tidying it just makes me want to go to Ikea. And then I remember… goods cost money. 

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