Over here at Yarn Punk, we are no strangers to mixed media as part of the definition of the phrase is applying yarn to your clothing! We believe yarn shouldn’t be subjected to just one facet and our newest Yarn Punk is showing us her own realm of yarn punk! This artist is involving yarn to create new images and portraits – and the simplicity of it is outstanding.
Down below, please welcome Jennifer from Children of the Rice and enjoy the free tutorial down below! Our Yarn Punks put a lot of time and energy into their work so please be sure to support a maker that you enjoy. Leave a review, like their photos, leave a comment, etc.!
“Hey Punks, this is Jen, head procraftinator at Children of the Rice/@knittingtakesballs. I love creating these mixed media pieces because they combine two loves of mine–knitting and graphic design! I learned to crochet when I was 10 (and yet, I still can’t read a crochet pattern for the life of me!) and started knitting about 3-4 years ago. In addition to knitting and crochet, I also love to sew and make jewelry with my laser cutter a.k.a. Laser Bitch. When I’m crafting, I usually like to listen to piano instrumentals or some Amon Amarth and Arch Enemy….or my Harry Potter audiobooks!”
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Here’s what you need:
Instructions with photos:
Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to this pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You may keep a copy for your own personal use but please DO NOT sell the pattern or distribute it.
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