Here is a masquerade mask that is inspired by the coverart for the podcast “Welcome to Night Vale”. It features the signature purple background, black silhouette scenery details around the eyes, and a 3-d eye.
All hail the Glow Cloud!
For round 2 of I Made a Thing fannish craft fest. Inspired by NBC’s Hannibal. Stranded colorwork mittens in a stag’s head and floral damask pattern.
I had a lot of fun designing and knitting these! The damask pattern is fully repeatable, so I may be inspired to expand it into something larger.
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One of the proudest moments in my life is when I beat back my star struck silence and severe social anxiety and made you laugh at a meet and greet. Stay strong, take care of yourself, and someday I hope to be back in that M&G line, making some stupid Star Wars pun and trying to make you smile.
Touresting in my hometown. Portland International Rose Test Garden, Washington Park. June 14th, 2013.
We went to go see a William Beckett show last night and it was so much fun! He was incredibly nice and sat with us for a bit after his set. William was sweet enough to sign a few masks I had made loosely inspired by his music video for “Dear Life”. I handed off a personalized mask to him and he wore it for the rest of the night. Such a sweetheart. :D
This is the first ever leather mask I made, back in 2010. See how small the eye holes are? How “wrinkly” the leather is? How it slants off to the side? Hehe. I don’t even care because it was the start of something great.
You inspired me to create.
And you will always have a place in my heart.
I made a thing! Free pattern available on Ravelry:
“When we were kids, the only thing that got us through most days was music. It’s why we started Fall Out Boy in the first place. This isn’t a reunion because we never broke up. We needed to plug back in and make some music that matters to us.”