Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Sceathers!




I taught myself to knit in May (see the blog post 'Scarlet K' for more details) and since then I have been trying to learn everything I can about it.  I have made my own patterns already and am really excited.  Just easy things like headbands, hats and scarves but I have just finished designing my very own top.  I am so happy with how it turned out!  I hope to someday get it tested, but for now it is seven long pages of scribble that looks like a serial killer wrote.  I've been typing up a little bit a day and am about half way done.

My favorite part about this top is the crocheted focal point in the center.  It gives validation to my true love! :)

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Artist Blog Hop!

Julia Gartner of Dada Neon Crochet has asked that I join in the fun in this Artist Blog Hop!  I am thrilled to participate and honored to have been asked.  She is such a gem in this little world we live in.  She fills our world with color, smiles and kindness and we need more people like her in this world.   I invite Jenny Lawson , and Enna Strikkeliese  to participate in this fun Artist Blog Hop if you so chose! :)  (Julia gave me your names, I hope you don't mind-you both create magic!)



1. Why do I do what I do?


I do what I do because it brings me joy.  I love to make something out of nothing.  There is a great satisfaction that comes with turning a ball of yarn into a work of art-and if the art is wearable it is even more fun for me!  I began on my crochet journey when my daughter was incubating inside and I decided that since I'd be a mommy to a girl I HAD to know something like crochet and so I learned how.  My grandma did most of the teaching me the basics and I have been self teaching ever since.


I love to be my own unique individual.  I never leave the house without something adorning my head.  Flowers all year long, spiders and rats in October, flags in July, Turkeys in November and lots of fun stuff in December.

I'm also a stay at home mom, and now that my kiddos are getting older I really need constructive things to pass the time, sometimes earning just a little but of extra money.  How can one ever be bored when they can make stuff out of yarn??!!! I've enjoyed donating items throughout the years here and there to various charities and fund raisers.  

2. How does my work differ from others of its genre?

My work differs from others work in that I try to make every item I make it's own unique individual.  There is something special about being able to say, "This is the only one in the whole wide world like it!"  I think if you are trying to exactly replicate something you see it ceases to be art.  It is the art side of crochet that I truly love, which is why I enjoy making my own patterns.  I also remember being a slave to a pattern so I try to put free patterns out there as well as some that have a price.

My latest pattern (mentioned in more detail below) allows for some serious personalization while constructing the hood.  I am so excited about it because I remember being shackled to a pattern and looking at freeform crochet wishing I could do it!  This goes a long way in helping people create something unique and fun while still using a pattern. :)


3. How does my creative process work?
My creative process is fairly simple.  If I see something I like I think, "how can I make it better?"  My mind might whirl around for a bit but then the wonderful things that come flying off my hook (or needles) are so worth the swirling mental crisis I sometimes find myself in.  Sometimes I'll just randomly think of something to make while doing daily chores-especially cooking.  I hate cooking.  I actually hate eating.  Unless it is chocolate.  MMMmmm chocolate.

4. What am I working on now?
Currently I am working on Dada Neon Crochet's awesome CAL (link at the top of the page) and am working on finalizing two patterns.  I just published my latest pattern Faux Freeform Hood .  This one I am really proud of, I had some amazing people test it for me, and each one of their creations is completely unique.  That is precisely what I was going for when I created the pattern.  You can see different projects there on the pattern page if you click the link.  FUN!


CAL:


Patterns in progress:


Tuesday, July 8, 2014

CAL: A Walk In My Shoes

I have always wanted to do a CAL.  I am so thrilled to finally participate in one, but I think, this may be the best one ever.  Of course I have nothing to compare it to, but this has been quite the exciting adventure.  I started late, and am currently playing catch up! 


Here we go!  It may be cheesy, it may be ridiculous, it may be a hot sweaty mess, but they are MY shoes, connected to my soul which is being ripped out of my heart thanks to Dada Neon Crochet, and the amazing CAL. This is my first CAL I have EVER participated in, and so far THIS IS AWESOME! :)  Here is the link if you want to join along!   Please post your projects on Ravelry, because I am having a fun time stalking everyone's progress there! :) 








Week 1:  Just a little fun piece to get started








Week 2 My hand has a black line around it because when I was little I was always looking for the black lines around people. I did not know that cartoons were drawings, adn I always wondered why some people had black lines around them. :P The design on the heart is a merging of my initial and my hubby’s initial (s and a j) along with a wedding ring. :)








Week 3: Week 3: My garden-The Confession: I cheated. A while back, I was learning how to brookstick stitch. I made a really ugly fingerless glove and never made another for it to have a mate. Sooooo I used THAT as a base for my garden-instead of stitching it closed, I left it open and used it as a bunny hole…so….of course I needed a bunny so it could pop in and out







Week 4: A Starry Night-my yarn interpretation. I didn’t try to embellish this one too much. The reason being it is one of my favorite pieces of art-and a print hangs on my daughter’s wall because even at her young age, she appreciates the beauty in it. Her name means heavenly as well, so there is special meaning in stars and whatnot in our house.
Week 5: My pet…I tried to incorporate her psycho yet cute side all in one little piece…I think I accomplished that. because this thing looks psycho….but it has a bow just like her! I also put a rainbow bridge above her to show my first fur pet that has already crossed the bridge….She’ll always hold a piece of my heart and I vowed to never had another dog….it was too tragic losing her…But this silly sweet psycho dog came into our life and taught us that although our hearts may be torn up and sad, they are capable of healing themselves and finding more room for more love.
Week
6 part A: Tree-a tree that represents me….Well…technically this one represents my daughter because it reminds me of karate kid, said in my best Mr. Miagi voice, “BONSAIIII!!!” My daughter is learning karate and kobudo from a wonderful sensei who was trained in Okinowa, Japan. She is the Sempi, senior student, of all of his dojos and I am very very proud of her. She has been doing this for almost five years now and everyone knows to steer clear!
Week 6 part B: Stained glass: this was only a ‘suggestion’ but I took it to heart. I LOVE stained glass, and have even taken a few classes in it…I wanted to make a dragonbird encircling a flower because I AM dragonbird and I never leave home without a flower (or something holiday related) in my hair.


Week 7: Your Dream Home-this is MY dream home….it is the home where I already reside. My hubby spent all his free time during his last deployment searching for homes online when the internet was working…When he came back we looked at this place and it was love at first site. It is a magical world we live in filled with magical trees, magical people and magical animals. I call it my death house, because I plan on living here until my death.
Week 8: My “AYEEEE Tharrr Mateyyyyy” Eye…I guess we’ll just call it “Aye Eye.” My dad always said my eyes were brown pools of mud. I tried to capture that…Well, and of course that sometimes I like to talk like a pirate. So this piece is an interactive one, you can flip the patch up and reveal the eyeball.

Saturday, May 17, 2014

The Scarlet K

Crochet is my true love. Long ago, I vowed to never learn to knit. Why would I do such a thing? Because I loved crochet too much-it became my obsession, my love affair, if you will.
Then came Ravelry…temptation was all around…I resisted for as long as I could, but I love to learn new things…and after about 13 years of faithfully giving myself only to crochet, I strayed.
I felt so dirty as I tenderly fingered the knitting needles in the store, trying to figure out which ones I would try first in this foreign land. Once I put them in my cart there was no going back. Crochet would never again be able to take comfort knowing it was my only love. I almost cried. Almost.
Once the seal was broken, things got a little better, I felt such pride that I could learn this new thing, a whole new world was open to me. And then I showed my husband. He rolled his eyes and said, “what’s the difference?” I tried to explain, but to explain to a non-yarner…what’s the difference?
As I worked through the worst movie ever created, hubby finally said what was really on his mind. “I don’t mind you crocheting. But I cannot sit and watch you knit. You look like a grandma and I don’t want to be married to a grandma.”
As if I couldn’t feel any dirtier for cheating on crochet! haha! I think I need a Scarlet K on my shirt to wear for eternity.
So, what is the point to this? I’m not sure, I just thought I’d share my story and see if there are any other crocheters with similar experiences with stigma to their craft or feeling the pain of cheating on their craft….

Here is my second ever knitting project (this is a fabulous free pattern-here is my ravelry project page where you can find the link to this pattern)

Monday, March 17, 2014

Raven and Evil Lady Horn Hat


This pattern is for personal use only, please do not copy, use or claim for your own  any of my photos, descriptions or wording.  Wearing this hat may cause uncontrollable urges to crinkle your nose, make an evil smirk with your mouth and give everyone that evil eye.  Consider yourself warned.

I was thinking about making the horns fatter, BUT I made a rockstar Twi'lek hat that has really long lekku and the weight of them make the hat a bit of a nuisance (not that it stops me from wearing it in public).  So, I went with horns like this, and I'm also glad that it makes it just a tad different than some other famous evil lady because I wanted this hat to be more personal....and I wasn't feeling 'wide' today. 


I hope this makes sense to everyone, I haven't retested it, these are my notes from what I did yesterday afternoon.  If you have any questions, just let me know, I will do my best to clarify.  Also, I'd love to see your finished projects, if you are on Ravelry, please link them to this pattern, I get such a kick out of seeing everyone's creativity!  I promise I won't be offended if you change up my pattern and put your own twist to it, as I do the same thing to mostly every pattern! ;)

Materials
worsted weight black (I did not use a full skein, and I recommend red heart for, at least the horns and raven because they are stiffer and hold shape better) and grey, tapestry needle, fiberfill, h hook and g hook

Raven
  1. Magic ring, ch 1, 8 sc in ring; join (8 sc)
  2. Ch 1, 2 sc in each sc; join (16 sc)
  3. ch 1, sc in each sc; join (16 sc)
  4. repeat round 3
  5. repeat round 3
  6. chain 1, dec around (8 sc)
  7. ch 1, (dec, sc in next sc) repeat around ( sc) at this point, you will lightly stuff your head do NOT finish off
  8. Beginning body: ch 1, sc in sc * 2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc; repeat from * around; join (7 sc)
  9. ch 1, 2 sc in each sc; join (14 sc)
  10. ch 1, * sc in sc, 2 sc in next sc; repeat from * join (21 sc)
  11. ch 1, *sc in 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc; repeat from * around (28 sc)
  12. ch 1, sc in each sc; join (28 sc)
  13. repeat round 12
  14. repeat round 12
  15. repeat round 12
  16. ch 1, *sc in 2 sc, dec; repeat from * around; join (21 stitches)
  17. ch 1, *sc in 2 sc, dec; repeat from * around; join (16 stitches)
  18. repeat round 17 (12 stitches)
  19. repeat round 17 stuff body lightly do NOT finish off (9 stitches)
  20. Beginning tail-pinch closed and sc in each sc across going through both layers (3 sc)
  21. ch 1, turn, sc in each sc (3 sc)
  22. ch 1, turn, sc in sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc  (4 sc)
  23. ch 1 turn, sc in 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc (5 sc)
  24. ch 1, turn, sc in each sc (5 sc)
  25. repeat round 24
  26. ch 2, turn, dc in same sttich, ch 2, sl in next 2 stitches, ch 2, 2 dc in last stitch; finish off-you may sc around the outer edge of tail to keep it from curling-just put 3 sc in each point of the tail and instead of a sc put a sl st in the center of the points
Wings (make two)
1.          Ch 8, sc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc in next ch, dc in next 3 chains, hdc in next ch, sc in last ch
2.-4.      Turn, sc in sc, hdc in hdc, dc in next 3 dc, hdc in hdc, sc in sc
5.           sl st in sc, sc in hdc, 3dc in center dc, sc in hdc, sl st in sc, finish off leaving tail for sewing

Beak
  1. using G hook, and grey magic ring, chain 1, 4 sc in ring; join
  2. ch 1, sc in each sc; join
  3. ch 1, 2 sc in sc, sc in 4 sc, 2 sc in sc (don't bother joining, we aren't really counting rounds now just count stitches)
  4. sc in 6 sc (you may add another round if you want a longer beak-leave a long tail for sewing.  When you attach your beak to the head, using the grey tail from beak, sew French knots for eyes.
Finger Holder
1.         ch 7, sc in 2nd ch from hook and next 5 ch
2.-5.        ch 1, sc in each sc, then finish off and leave a tail for sewing.  Sew to under belly of raven for your finger to to into.

Hat  (this is a basic hat pattern-you can use whatever beanie pattern you like for the increase part so you get the sizing right-just be sure you pick one stitch, wherever you want the front of your hat to be a FPDC and then also, pay attention to the notations on round 14 as well as finishing after the ear flaps as those will give you that point in the front.-I am putting the size I used which gave me a 22" hat)
  1. with black, magic ring, ch 2 (counts as dc throughout), 9 dc in ring; join
  2. ch 2, dc in same dc, (2 dc in next dc) twice, dc in next dc, FPDC in SAME dc, (2dc in next dc) for the remaining dc (20)
  3. For the rest of the hat be sure to put a FPDC in the FPDC ch 2, *2dc in next dc, dc in next dc; repeat from * around; join (30dc)
  4. ch 2, dc in next dc, *2dc in next dc, dc in next 2 dc; repeat from * around, join (40 dc)
  5. ch 2, dc in next 2 dc, *2 dc in next dc, dc in next 3 dc; repeat from * around, join (50 dc)
  6. ch 2, dc in each dc around but put an additional 5 increases (2 dc in the same stitch) (55 dc)
  7. dc in each dc around
  8. repeat round 7
  9. repeat round 7
  10. repeat round 7
  11. repeat round 7
  12. repeat round 7
  13. repeat round 7
  14. find the FPDC, count (to the right) four stitches, place marker-ch 1, sc in same dc and remaining dc up until marker-then place, hdc in next 2 dc, dc in next 2 dc, FPTDC in FPDC, dc in next 2 dc, hdc in next 2 dc, sc in remaining dc; join with sl st to first dc, finish off
Ear Flaps
Fold the hat exactly  in half with the FPDC rounds in the very center front.  Place a stitch marker in each corner.  You will be starting an ear flap at each of these stitch markers (one on will start on the right side the other will start on the wrong side-both are to be worked toward the back of the hat).  If you want to make your ear flaps longer and then put a button on them so they join under your chin, please do so, I don't like that personally as I feel like I am gagging.
1.     Starting at stitch  marker, Sc in 12 sc
2.     Ch 1, turn, sc in 12 sc
3.     Turn, skip first sc, sc in 11 sc
4.     Turn, skip first sc, sc in 10 sc
5.     Turn, skip first sc, sc in 9 sc
6.     Turn, skip first sc, sc in 8 sc
7.     Turn, skip first sc, sc in 7 sc
8.     Turn, skip first sc, sc in 6 sc
9.     Turn, skip first sc, sc in 5 sc
10.  Turn, skip first sc, sc in 4 sc
11.  Turn, skip first sc, sc in 3 sc; finish off
Finishing, sc around the  outer edge of hat and ear flaps. When you get to the front of the hat be sure to place Hdc in hdc, dc in dc and (FPTDC, picot) in FPDC.  Join and finish off
Horns (make 2)
For the horns we are not going to be counting rows or keeping track of rounds.  Rather, I have just numbered this into ‘steps’ so it is easier to follow. 
1.     Magic ring, ch 1, 4 sc in ring, join (this is the only joining you will have for horns-as mentioned above
2.     Sc in 4 sc
3.     Sc in 4 sc
4.     2 sc in next sc, sc in sc, dec, sc in sc
5.     2 sc in next 2 sc, sc in next sc, dec, sc in next 4 sc
6.     2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc, sc in next 2 sc, dec
7.     Sc in next 6 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc
8.     Sc in next 9 sc, (dec) twice, sc in sc
9.     2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc
10.  Dec, sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc
11.  Sc in next 6 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next 10 sc
12.  Dec, sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next 3 sc
13.  Dec, sc in next 2 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next 4 sc
14.  Dec, sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc
15.  2 sc in next sc, sc in next 2 sc, dec, sc in next 4 sc
16.  2 sc in next sc, sc in next 4 sc, dec
17.  Sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc
18.  (sc in next 4 sc, 2 sc in next sc) ten times total
19.  Sc in 50 sc
20.  Dec, sc in next sc, dec, sc in next sc, dec
21.  Sc in next 7 sc, (2 sc in next sc) twice
22.  Sc in next 6 sc, dec, sc in next sc, dec
23.  Sc in next 6 sc, 2 sc in next sc, sc in next sc, 2 sc in next sc

24.  Sc in next 20 sc; finish off leaving a long tail for sewing

lightly stuff horns and attach to top of hat.  

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Death To Winter Hat

 
It was brought to my attention that we should celebrate the end of winter by putting our yarn tails out. :)  I do this every year, but never really thought much of it.  My grammy used to always do it with me.  LOVED that tradition.  So, here is a photo of yarn tails for this spring! :)

I am so sick of snow and cold and snow and cold that I decided to make a fun and happy bright and flowery hat.  It is a little crazy, but that is OK, so am I.


This hat will fit an adult woman, finished hat circumference is 21”  I do hope to fiddle and fart around with this pattern to make it larger or smaller for other folks, each flower measures 2.5" so, we'll have to do it in increments of that when we do fart our fiddles.  
gauge: 11 dc going across that equals 4"  and for 8.5 rows of dc it equals 4"

Stuff ya need
Worsted Weight Yarn (light blue, light pink, dark pink, yellow, dark blue) and H Hook
Tapestry Needle
Notes:  Each round is always a new color (I included the colors I used if you want to follow it-but please, experiment and have fun, that is the whole point of this hat! I would love to see anything you make using this pattern).  Instead of chaining to get the stitch I just start with whatever stitch is called for

Flower Motif (make 8)
1st flower
1.       Magic ring, ch 1, 12 sc in ring; join and finish off magic ring
2.       With different color, *2dc in sc, ch 2, sl in next sc, ch 2; repeat from * around, join and finish off. (6 petals)
2nd-7th flowers
1.       Same as 1st
2.       With different color, 2dc in sc, ch 2, sl in next sc, ch 2, dc in next sc, *sl in coorosponding petal from previous flower, dc in same sc, ch 2, sl in next sc, ch 2, repeat from * once more, **2dc in next sc, ch 2, sl in next sc, repeat from ** around-6 petals
8th flower
1.       Same as 1st
2.       Same as 2nd, but also join the 1st petal when you are completing your 4th and 5th petals of this flower
Set aside your flower ring for now and let’s begin the hat!

Hat

1.       Yellow Magic ring, ch 2, 9 dc in ring; join (10 dc) finish off
2.       Dark pink, 2 dc in each dc around; join (20 dc) finish off
3.       Light blue *sc between 2 dc group, ch 3; repeat from * around; j join and finish off oin (30)
4.       Light pink, 4dc in each ch 3 space around; join and finish off (40)
5.       Dark blue, * sc between 4dc group, ch 5; repeat from * around; join and finish off (50)
6.       Yellow  5 dc  (but put 6 dc in 6 loops) in each ch 5 loop join and finish off (56)
7.       Light blue sc in center of any dc group, *ch 7, skip 6 dc, sc in next dc; repeat from * around; join and finish off (8 loops)
8.       ***I do not like this round I am going to mess around with it in the next few days and see if I can’t come up with something I like more, but for now, this is what I did****Dark pink, 4dc in loop, *sl st in top of flower petal, 3dc in same loop, sl st between flowers, 4dc in next loop; repeat from * around; join and finish off (56 dc)
9.       Light blue, sl st in any free petal, *ch 4, sl st between petals, ch 4, sl st in next free petal; repeat from * and join and finish off
10.   Dark blue, *3dc in loop, 4dc in next loop; repeat from * around join and finish off
11.   Yellow *hdc in dc, ch 1, skip  next dc; repeat from * around join and finish off

12.   Dark pink sl st in any ch 1 loop, *5dc in next loop, sl st in next loop; repeat from * around join and finish off.

©Dragonbird Creations  This pattern is for personal use only.  You have permission to sell any items you make using this pattern.  Do not distribute, copy or sell this pattern, photos, descriptions or anything other content included in this pattern.  

Monday, February 17, 2014

Lucky Leprechaun Hat

The perfect hat for chasing rainbows and finding gold...It works GREAT in the snow too, which is AWESOME because it WON'T STOP SNOWING! :)

Notes:  I made this hat pattern for an adult woman.  I put some notations for changing up the size of the hat.  If you want to make a really small hat you may want to omit round 6 because you would have to put in quite a few decreases around round 8 and your hat will get a 'fat on top and skinny on bottom' look-which is actually kind of cool-it is totally up to you.  Basically, you will want to count your stitches, for me-every 2.5 dc is one inch SO if I want my hat to be 21.5" I want 54 stitches.  

Materials:  Worsted weight (I used red heart super saver) Green, Yellow, black, tapestry needle and H hook

Gauge: 11 dc going across that equals 4"  and for 8.5 rows of dc it equals 4"


1.     Magic ring, ch 2 (counts as dc here and throughout), 9 dc in ring (10 dc); join finish off magic ring
2.     Ch 2, dc in same dc, 2dc in each dc around; join (20 dc)
3.     Ch 2, *2 dc in next dc, dc in next dc; repeat from * around; join (30 dc)
4.     Ch 2, dc in next dc, *2dc in next dc, dc in next 2 dc; repeat from * around; join (40 dc)
5.     Ch 2, dc in next 2 dc, *2dc in next dc, dc in next 3 dc; repeat from * around; join (50 dc)
6.     Ch 2, dc in next 3 dc, *2dc in next dc, dc in next 4 dc; repeat from * around; join (60 dc)
7.     Ch 1, sl st around BP of same stitch, ch 2, BPDC around each dc (but put 6 dec evenly around this round this will give you a hat circumference of 21”.  If you want your hat smaller add a few more decreases-about 2.5 per inch or if you want your hat larger you can omit a few decreases-about 2.5 per inch) (54 dc)
8.     Ch 2, dc in each dc around; join (54 dc)
9.     Repeat round 8
10.  Repeat round 8
11.  Repeat round 8
12.  Repeat round 8
13.  Repeat round 8
14.  Repeat round 8
15.  Repeat round 8 (you can omit rounds 15-17 if you are making a smaller hat because otherwise it might stand too tall for the younglings)
16.  Repeat round 8
17.  Repeat round 8 finish off green
18.  With black, Repeat round 8
19.  Repeat round 8
20.  Repeat round 8, finish off black
21.  In FL only and using green, ch 2, dc in next dc, *2 dc in next dc, dc in next 2 dc; repeat from * around; join
22.  Ch 2, dc in next dc, *2dc in next dc, dc in next 3 dc; repeat from * around; join and finish off
Buckle
With yellow, ch 18 and join.  Ch 1, 3 sc in same chain as joining, sc in next 5 sc, 3 sc in next sc, sc in next 2 sc, 3 sc in next sc, sc in next 5 sc, 3 sc in next sc, sc in next 2 sc; join and finish off leaving a long tail for sewing.  Sew buckle onto hat.


Infant size hat (will have a less floppy brim) (finished hat 16" circumference):
1.  magic ring, ch 2 (counts as dc throughout), 9 dc in ring ; join with sl st to first dc (10 dc)
2.  ch 2, dc in same dc, *2dc in each dc; repeat from *, join with sl st to fist dc (20)
3.  ch 2, dc in next dc, *2dc in next dc, dc in next dc; repeat from * around, join with sl st to first dc (30)
4.  ch 2, dc in next 2dc, *2dc in next dc, dc in next 2dc; repeat from * around, join with sl st to first dc (40)
5.  ch 2, dc in every dc around but put an increase (2dc) in four of the dc evenly spaced (44)
6. In BL only, dc in each dc around (but put a dec (2dcCL); join wiht sl st to first dc  (40)
7. dc in each dc around; join with sl st to first dc (40)
8-13 repeat round 6
14-15 with black, repeat round 6
16. in FL only ch 2, dc in next 2 dc, *2dc in next dc, dc in next 3 dc; repeat from * around join with sl st to first dc (50)
17.  in skipped BL, repeat round 16
18.  you will be working in both of the loops to join the layers together from 16 and 17.  ch 2 (counts as HDC), hdc in next dc (both layers), *2 hdc in next dc (both layers), hdc in next 2 dc (both layers); repeat from * around; join

use the buckle from above.

©Dragonbird Creations  This pattern is for personal use only.  You have permission to sell any items you make using this pattern.  Do not distribute, copy or sell this pattern, photos, descriptions or anything other content included in this pattern.