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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Category Archives: Loom Knitting
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 trying to recreate a family memory. I have a habit of recreating things from my past that I loved. I’m remembering one holiday when my dad took my sisters and I to the Sunshine Coast for a week and … 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.