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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alfineteoficinaderetalhos:

“dyed by alfinete” is home hand-dyed yarn. 
most of it is dyed with food coloring, and somes natural dye. 
we only use 100% wool

This dyer’s yarn is crazy gorgeous! There are color combos I wouldn’t have considered that make me drool :)

This Etsy shop, Aimarro, has some incredibly cool crochet bags! 

Beesybee is one of those Etsy stores where when I click on it, all I can think is “… I like everything you do.” 

spunkyarn:

I’ve been seriously racking my brains trying to figure out how to make my own labels… With cotton webbing tape or some cotton twill tape. Ive pretty much tried it all, stenciling, rubber stamps … Anything but professionally printing ofcourse.

My solution | completed my design in photoshop, transferred image to a word document, printed a page, taped the edge of my cotton tape over the top of the printed sheet, ensure adequate tape is exposed for print and repeated the print!! Hazzah labels!!

I have an Epson Stylus photo R2400, which uses permanent ink, which won’t wash off and it light-fast!! I’m Sooo happy with the result! Yay! :) I cannot believe I didn’t think of this before!!!!

THIS is what I have been trying to figure out how to do! Thank you! Thank you!

Finally! The day has arrived when I can change my Etsy web address to match my shop name. I knew if I held out long enough, like a stubborn old boot, it would come through. 

This is fascinating. I love the idea of recreating human bones with fiber techniques. It brings me back to university and my forensic osteology classes, examing every little detail of each bone in case it’s on the exam. 

Bones are so intricate and have so many little nooks and crannies (though they call them foramens and facets) that house tendons and blood vessels and the wear and tear in each person is different. While the form of a femur is fairly standard, the diversity from person to person is astounding. 

Some day I’d really like to knit a technically accurate skeleton. 

(via craftsanddiy)

I was planning on doing something much like these poppies to one of my woven pouches! 

Eh. Still gonna do it. 

wise-one:

Orange, Hand-embroidered Poppies by Sidereal.

(via yarniswhatido)

HO-LEE SHIT. 

They should have sent a poet!

bandit-queen:

NASA inspired wall hanging: Crab nebula in embroidery hoop by TheDopelerEffect

(via promotehandmade)

My fiance bought this necklace for my for christmas last year. I love it! We had talked about going to volunteer at the Sloth Sanctuary in central America (and I still hope to..) 

Totally recommend Marymary Handmade! I love my little sloth :D

anothercraftygirl:

(via Little Sloth Necklace by marymaryhandmade on Etsy)

How adorable and amazing is this!  I need a little sloth to dangle from my neck on a regular basis.  I see this coming to live with me sometime soon.

(via anothercraftygirl)