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. 


Say hello to my new obsession.

This. is. amazing. Everyone needs a boxy animal blanket. 

(via lesbiansandknitting)

The first thing I want to do this year (craft-wise) is finish this dang blanket that’s been sitting around for ages.


Geometric Lace, from Baby Love Brand on Ravelry.

I love how this is color-blocked. It kind of reminds me of a petri dish for some reason. 

(via synapsewhisperer)


This is Taco, my Russian Tortoise, dressed up as a taco.

(made by www.etsy.com/shop/MossyTortoise)

Greatest tortoise! 

(via kittyknitcrochet)


ammonit …. fiber arts …
~by tanja osswald

Rainbow Ammonite!


ammonit …. fiber arts …

~by tanja osswald

Rainbow Ammonite!

(via crochetyknitter)


So I’ve been really, unnaturally, interested in making a crochet bikini top. But everyone keeps telling me not to. “Your nips will poke through the holes”, they said. But how can they poke though dragon scales?!


[Image found on Ravelry]

Ravelry Pattern

Pattern Creator’s Blog

I love the logic that went into making this almost as much as the pattern itself. :)

(via knittingandcrochet)

Wildflower Blanket - One of my current WIP’s. Using all unique hand-dyed wool from different sources, handspun into a three-ply and crocheted to create a cozy portable garden. 

Some of my wool sources included Beesybee, Fiberstory, and Two Sisters Stringworks.

Great article from Franklin Habit on the divide between those who knit and those who crochet. 

I would love to see more mixed-media patterns, personally. 



Based in Brighton, England, artist Kate Jenkins (previously featured here) creates awesome pieces of crocheted food art. While much of her work depicts foodstuffs from her own country, she recently created a wonderful series of classic American dishes rendered in yarn entitled Kate’s Diner

All of Kate’s crocheted artwork looks good enough to eat or rest our heads and take a nap on, during which time we would no doubt dream about food.

[via Laughing Squid]

I can imagine Scarlet & C. Lazer living in a house decorated in knitted vegan food.


(via knitsporation)