I can’t believe I’ve been keeping this creative thing project up for a whole month! Tonight’s contribution was getting to the last tentacle of my “septopus”. Continue reading “Day 30: A tentacle and a half”
Today I wrote a poem, but it doesn’t fit with the “stay positive” theme of this project, and it’s also a bit too personal to share with the whole internet. Therefore I’m placating you with a photo of my cute cat on a gross pair of lawnmowing sneakers instead. Enjoy!
Sometimes as an introvert you just have to go into deep turtle mode to hide from the world and recharge. Turtles can’t live in the deep abyss, but maybe something else can hide in their shells down there.
It turns out this pattern is actually a septopus, I’m not quite sure why. Right now it’s only got 5 tentacles though. I do really like the shape of this one more than the first pattern I made, now that it is finally looking like a proper cephalopod. I can’t wait to see it when it’s finished.
Yup, it’s another octopus. What can I say, I’m a simple gal, and octopuses make me happy. From this pattern.
When I started this blog I didn’t think I’d spend so much of my time crocheting but it turns out to be super relaxing. Made some more progress on a chill Saturday.
I had a pretty rough day today. It ended up being the perfect time to curl up with a beer and some music, hide from the world, and make some headway on this project.
This week is super busy but I’m still finding at least little bits of time to do creative things. This is a traditional origami lily, a simple model I could squeeze into my busy day.
This feels like a bit of a cheat since it is so simple, but I did fold it entirely from memory! I’m super busy this week so I need to find small creative things I can cram in around the edges of my free time.