Creepy Cute Expansion Pack #3: The Pirate Captain


Yarr matey! Sail the high seas with your very own crocheted pirate.


Modified from pattern pieces in Creepy Cute Crochet, this pattern is made using Lion Brand Cotton-Ease.


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NeedleNoodles + Twitter

Yes, boys and girls, We are on the Twitter now. Boldly going forth onto the cutting edge of, uh...

...I dunno. It seemed like a good idea at the time.

Check it out here.

Mini-Tutorial: Crocheted Jellyfish

Hello everyone! I've posted a new mini-tutorial to address a few common points of confusion in my crocheted jellyfish pattern. Lots of close-up photos and descriptions to clear things up if you're having trouble.




Get the PDF here

Creepy Cute Mini Tutorial: Grim Reaper's Hood

Having trouble understanding the instructions for the Grim Reaper's hood in Creepy Cute Crochet? Well, we've got you covered! Here's a quick mini-tutorial with lots of photos to get you on your morbid way:

Click here to get the PDF

New Developments in NeedleNoodles!

Okay, so, the first news item: NeedleNoodles patterns are now available through Ravelry.

If you don't currently have a Ravelry account, you can request one here.





Check it out! I got a storefront and everything


Second news item: Creepy Cute Crochet recently got a mention in the Lion Brand Newsletter, which I suspect has something to do with my really rockin' Amazon.com sales rank today. Woot! Best-selling author for a day! :P

Thanks Lion Brand! You rock my socks!




Amazon.com screenshot. Annotated for your entertainment.



New Knitting Pattern : Knit Ring Box

A knit version of my crocheted ring box pattern-- a new way to store or present a fun piece of jewelry!

Pattern includes seven pages of step-by-step instructions to construct your own unique ring box using just 50 yards of yarn.

Get yours here at needlenoodles.com, or over at my etsy shop

Creepy Cute Expansion Pack #2: The Valkyrie


Chooser of the slain, this crocheted valkyrie carries your failed projects off to Valhalla.



Modified from pattern pieces in Creepy Cute Crochet, this pattern is made using Lion Brand Cotton-Ease: Almond, Hazelnut, Maize, and Charcoal.


(Click here to read more...)

Creepy Cute Mini-Tutorials: Cthulhu Tentacles and Ninja Tie

Today we are covering clarifications for two common stumbling blocks in Creepy Cute Crochet:

1. Where, exactly, do I place the stitches for Cthulhu's tentacles?

and,

2. Argh! How do I make the Ninja's head-tie-thingie?

Click here to download the Cthulhu tentacle tutorial

Click here to download the Ninja tie tutorial

(both files come as PDFs)

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