Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sales!

Hello fellow loopers!!

                    In honor of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, come check out the awesome sales on some of the Etsy shop's most popular items! Get up to 40% off of hats and and iPhone covers and over 50% off of patterns! On top of the sales, get the patterns, covers and hats even cheaper by using the coupon codes "CYBERMONDAY" for patterns to get an additional 25% off, and use the code "BLACKFRIDAY" on hats and iPhone covers to get FREE SHIPPING!! Come see the biggest sales in my Etsy shop ever!

Get brand new patterns like the Santa Hat pattern with instructions on how to make elf ears for an additional 25% off of the sale value with the code "CYBERMONDAY"
Get the new iPhone covers with FREE SHIPPING by using the code "BLACKFRIDAY" at checkout!

Heyy... Listen!!!

I used to (am) a big Nintendo fan.. I had it painted on my wall, every system, the works. Why do I mention that? Well because the new Nintendo system, the Wii U, just came out this week and because of my love for Nintendo I felt the need to come out with a new pattern.

One of my favorite game series, like many others, is The Legend of Zelda, and obviously, one of the best of them is the Majora's Mask. Check out my versions of the Deku, Zora, and Majora's Masks available now in the Ravelry, Etsy, and Craftsy Store!! But that's not it, check out the free pattern below of how to make a simple, yet effective triforce!

You can get the Deku, Zora, and Majora's Mask patterns all for $5 on Ravelry or Etsy, or by simply clicking -->HERE<--

But what good is Link without a Triforce, right?

Here's how to make tiny but simple triangles, which when put together make a perfect triforce, as seen here on an iPhone cover (available in my Etsy store here).

So here's the quick and easy triangle pattern:

(basically any 100% cotton works)
-Needle to sew in ends with


-SL.ST = Slip Stitch
-SC = Single Crochet
-Ch = Chain
-Rnd = Round

Ch 4
Rnd 1: Skip first ch, Sc one in next 3, turn (3).
Rnd 2: Don't ch, skip first st, sc on in next 2, turn (2).
Rnd 3: Don't ch, skip first st, sc on in next, turn (1).
Here's the tricky part...
Rnd 4: Sc one in each Rnd and st around the little triangle, and at the corners, sc 1, m.p. (ch 2, sl.st in first ch), sc 1. Continue this pattern around the triangle then, after your 3rd m.p, sl.st 1 into the first sc made in this Rnd.
Cut and pull through, leaving a long end to sew onto your project. Make three of these and put them together to form a simple, and tiny, triforce.

I know today's Thanksgiving, and I need to apologize for not coming out with a new pattern related to that, but here's a little gift. Tomorrow, as you may know, is Black Friday, and this Monday is Cyber Monday, you know... the days of the year where sales in store and online go out the ying yang. Check back tomorrow to get some coupons to go along side the awesome sales on my Etsy!

What Time Is It??

A while back I joined a Craft Swap on the site Craftsy. A craft swap, if you didn't know, is a program where you get teamed up with another crafter and send each other crafts based on the theme of the swap. The theme I joined was Adventure Time, and seeing as the new season started yesterday, I decided now would be a perfect time to show off some of the things I made and recieved as well as sport the new additions to the iPhone Case family!

I was teamed up with the swaps organizer, GrindHouseHussy19. I'll save the stuff she sent me for last because it was absolutely AWESOME!!! I made her a Finn hat and a cover for her Galaxy S3 phone themed from Jake the dog. Here are some photos:

GrindHouseHussy19, in return, made me some of the MOST AWESOME stuff. Probably the most awesome thing, though I don't have a photo, were the groups of 6 giant stickers of Adventure Time charicters to put on the wall. In addition there was a clock, a cross stitched Gunter, magnets, a shirt, a pillow case. The list goes on. Isn't that crazy?! Here are some photos of what she sent:

You can check out some more creations by crafters in this swap here: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=412986.0

Finally I have some exciting new things in the shop revolving around the theme of Adventure Time. If you haven't already seen the BMO case in the shop a few weeks back, check that out here: http://www.etsy.com/listing/112252720/sale-iphone-4-and-5-bmo-adventure-time?

Also check out the brand new Finn iPhone case!

All iPhone Cases are on SALE right now until Cyber Monday on November 26 (when a lot more of my shop will be up for sale as well!)


So I've got something really cool to share with you guys. A few weeks ago I got a message from some guys asking me to be part of a new website they were making, I happily abliged, and here I am to tell you about the awesome site: Makeably.

Makeably is a place where people go to buy handcrafted things from crafty people. Wait this sounds a lot like Etsy you say? Nope. The awesome thing about Makeably is that you make what you buy. Not literally, but you choose the idea. The sites really cool because it allows makers and buyers to work together to create something completely customizable for you!

Basically, how it works is you go to the site, see a template for something to be made, like... I don't know.. a baby hat for example ;). This listing isn't for the hat itself but for the idea. You see some stuff the maker can do in images and written down, then if you're interested, you send the maker a message and say something like, "hey, I saw your stuff and I was thinking could you make a hat that looks like a purple pumpkin eater with wings and a horn?" and the maker says, "Heck yah! Send me some photos of what you were thinking and I'll go see if I can find the right yarn for you and lets get this awesome hat made!"

The best part about this site is that it encourages makers like me and buyers to create not only something completely original, but also forces those creative juices to flow! Do me a favor and check out the site and if you like the idea sign up to be a part of it! It's free of course and it's way awesome, trust me.

You can check out my shop here: http://makeably.com/p/15

And the site itself here: http://makeably.com/

Thanks Ryan and Ana for letting me be a part of your site! I'm super excited to work with you and buyers from all over to make something awesome!
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