Hi! I’m Zoe
I really believe I can be someone who changes the world in a positive way, and that everyone else can be too.
I'm a student, hippie, older sister, bicycle rider, amateur website designer, loom knitter, novice seamstress, and a little bit eccentric.
I love public speaking, photography, writing and cooking. I'm fluent in English, Sarcasm and Bullshit.
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Tag Archives: Knitting
So, I’ve picked up a new hobby recently, thanks to wandering around a cheapie store and deciding that I needed to buy a whole bunch of beautifully coloured embroidery floss. I knew that I had an embroidery hoop at home … Continue reading
I’ve finally written the pattern for the Elphaba Glovelettes! You can get it here, or by clicking on the photos below. There won’t be a video tutorial unfortunately. I did record the entire process of making the second glovelette, but … Continue reading
I really wanted to knit something for my Craft Book Club project this month (reading Wicked by Gregory Maguire), but with the end of uni looming, I really didn’t have the time to knit a scarf like I first wanted. I … Continue reading
After making a moderately successful mermaid tail on my looms for my niece Madison, I was asked by a family friend to make one as a gift for a friend of hers. My first commission, yay! However, I wanted to … Continue reading
I recently accidentally invented a new stitch on my knitting looms because I misread the instructions for an already existing stitch. It’s an awesome mistake though. It’s a muck up of the mock crochet stitch (also known as the z … Continue reading
Not so long ago I posted a sneak peak of a loom knitting project I was working on, the so called More-Than-100-Ways-To-Wear-It, Magic Scarf. I finished the project ages and ages ago and didn’t end up posting about it because, to … Continue reading
I’m currently using this wool along with a matching red wool to make two scarf and beanie sets for my soon-to-be etsy shop. I was planning on opening up an etsy shop toward the end of this year, but I’m trying to step it up a notch so that it can help fund my next trip to Uganda (Africa) in September.
After another week off (I started uni this week and forgot how time consuming it can be!) I’m back again with a quick post about how excited I am about the International Craft Swap being organised by Zoe of Giraffe In A Scarf! Continue reading