So how far can a crochet obsession go? Well you can get ink. I got my tattoo 7 years ago, before we left Oshkosh, part crochet trade and part cash.
Now for the toes, I should have taken a picture right after my neighbor painted Orla’s toes for the first time, but we have been busy. I try to buy all natural products if I can and so I found some natural low odor nail polish, it is formaldehyde free. The polish is Go Natural. We have 4 colors and polish remover. So pedicures have become a weekly thing.
I have lots of crochet to share, I just have to take pictures.
7 thoughts on “Tattoos and Toes”
I used acrylic yarn for those neckwarmers, the brand is Sierra Pacific Crafts.I can't wait to see your crochet work!
What a cute frog! And those adorable painted little toes! FAB!!!You don't even want to know about the conversation I had with the owner of the shop, who wrote the book, about leaving information out of patterns just because she thinks everyone should know what she is thinking. I was not happy. Not sure if I want to buy any more of their books.Have a great day dear!xxxx
What a cool tattoo! LOVE little painted toes. My daughter loved her toes painted!
I love those little painted toes. So cute. I am trying to switch to all natural products, too. Little by little as I finish something I try to replace it with a natural product.Ruth
Ok, you are officially the biggest crochet nut having a crochet hook tatoo…Cute, little feet with nail polish. I wonder whose they could be?
I never even knew there was a more natural fingernail polish! Thanks for sharing. And, looking forward to those new pics!
Gwen, just found your blog! Love it! And a tattoo — okay, I'm speechless. Love your photos. And so love that Orla is getting pedicures … already. Now if we can just get her shoeshopping …xoBrenda