Sunday, June 6, 2010

Dark Wizard Hood

I play D&D so I was inspired to make this because my Wizard wears a hood like this ;D What do you think? I have this pattern available for $3 in my etsy store if anyone is interested :)




15 comments:

Sharlee said...

Hmmm okay now I have to find a way to buy this pattern because I'm in love. And as a side note, D&D rocks!

Mephaela said...

D&D (L) :) your hood is awesome! I really like it :)

Suburban Hooker said...

PERFECT....I MUST OWN IT!!!

AprilDraven said...

hehe Thanks! I *love* D&D :)

PixelatedMushroom said...

awesome!! love it :D

Hell's Belle said...

SO cute! I just want to say that I think it SUCKS that you had to start selling your patterns on etsy because some bonehead used your patterns for their profit. I mean, I totally get that it is your property and you should be paid for it if you choose to. But I just discovered your site today, and all the patterns that used to be free are now for purchase only. Early bird gets the worm I guess.
But I love your stuff. Once I scrape up some paypal cash, I'm gonna buy a few.

AprilDraven said...

Thanks :) I will post free patterns still but it won't be as many,

Suburban Hooker said...

Pssst....I'm working on my DWH right now! In SS color Forest Floor!

AprilDraven said...

ooooh I can't wait to see it ;)

Sacha said...

Could you please tell me which kind of stitches you used for this one? Because I really want to make it, but before I buy it, I want to be sure I can do all the stitches that are in the pattern.

Diana Jiron Graff said...

I am so excited I just bought this pattern from you through etsy, it's so pretty ;) I can't wait to get it so that I can make it for my self, it will be the first thing that I have ever made for my self instead of making it for others

boundandchained said...

Bought the pattern, it's super simplistic which is awesome!

@Diana It's chains (ch), slip stiches (slst or ss), and double crochets (dc), plus a few simple seams, however you wish to do those.

I was wondering if anyone can tell me an approximate yardage amount?

AprilDraven said...

sorry everyone. I have been getting so much mail lately that messages are getting buried. Thanks boundandchained for answering a question for me :)

It took one 7oz skein. I just barely used one so you might want to get two to make sure :)

WPBMOMMY1 said...

Love this! Definitely worth paying for. Going to head over an check out your easy.

http://rnmsn.hubpages.com/ said...

I am thrilled to ind your work April! Your instructions are wonderully simple and the results are gorgeous! I did the mittens irst and knew I had to have more of your patterns! Thank you!
barbara b