1. Jimmy Neutron

    Jimmy Neutron

  2. Here the finished product!
    Now, I have a question for all the Stitchin’ Bitches, Pom Pom or no Pom Pom?

    I love a Pom Pom, but would it look good with the granny square?

  3. But marisaey, it’ll take foreverrrrrrrrr.
http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/captain-america-knit-hoodie

Yeah my awesome crochet skills, yeah. Cough cough. (I can only do granny squares well, I suck at everything else)

    But marisaey, it’ll take foreverrrrrrrrr.
    http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/captain-america-knit-hoodie

    Yeah my awesome crochet skills, yeah. Cough cough. (I can only do granny squares well, I suck at everything else)

  4. What should I do?

  5. thealexzeeshow:

The Alex Zee Show Live! with your host Alejandro Zee (at Brewer’s Hill, Baltimore, Maryland)

Living the dream.

    thealexzeeshow:

    The Alex Zee Show Live! with your host Alejandro Zee (at Brewer’s Hill, Baltimore, Maryland)

    Living the dream.

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  6. Here’s the hat!

  7. But I don’t have the WIP with me so I can’t show pictures.

    Every since I moved back home for the summer I’ve had an itch to bust out the needles and yarn. Although right before I started, I got an urge to make a granny square, but all my yarn was too nice to just go towards a basic motif, so I combined the two.

    I started out with your typical two-toned granny square pattern with a forest green and a tweed beige, but starting in the third row, I only chained one on the corners, giving the square a curve up, like how I used to do (links below) and kept up the same technique until my fifth row, where I picked up the crochet stitches with a 16” circular knitting needle and kept increasing the stitches into the dome of a hat! It’s so strange to be working a hat backwards! Wish me luck on this project!

    Trigger Warning: Younger Frank Photos below with examples of my granny square hats.

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  8. humansofnewyork:

"I’ve done nothing horrible. And nothing heroic."

    humansofnewyork:

    "I’ve done nothing horrible. And nothing heroic."

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  9. When I took a photo of the wood that was being floor, I was going to crop my legs out.

But then I realized they looked good.

    When I took a photo of the wood that was being floor, I was going to crop my legs out.

    But then I realized they looked good.

  10. Playing DD before the county fair.

    Playing DD before the county fair.

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