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Matoki Part V: Jokomato

So, I go to school in New Orle20170227_174542ans, ¬†and it’s Mardi Gras, and I have spent the past two days hiding in my room because I’m a recluse and don’t really like large crowds of drunk people all that much. And while I was hiding in my room, I made another matoki! His name is Jokomato, and his design fits absurdly well with the theme of the current holiday.

Seriously, if he was purple and green it would have been the perfect tie in.

Honestly, making Joko was a lot easier and less stressful than certain previous matoki (*cough* Toto *cough*). The only somewhat difficult part was making his full-face mask, and that was only really difficult because I originally attempted to cut his eyes out of the white part of the mask, so they would be black because he literally had no eyes. But the results were terrifying and lopsided, so I scrapped that idea and made them out of black felt.

Otherwise, he was relatively easy to put together, and it was a nice change of pace to make a matoki whose basic mask was so fundamentally different from any of the others.

And with that, I will leave you with the obligatory updated family picture:20170227_175020

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Diamond Trellis Basket

20170212_171828Hey, short post today. I made a basket! It’s proven useful at holding some of my yarn. I found the pattern here, and if you would like to make one of your own, or just check out another nifty crafting blog, I would highly suggest checking it out. My basket is wider and taller than the one on the site, as it was originally meant to be a laundry basket. However, after not working on it for nearly six months, laziness won out and it became simply another nifty storage container.