They have a huge display dedicated to John Roderick’s pillows.
Roderick: And I don’t drink, which is incredibly suspect in any campfire situation. I’m the old creep in the molester glasses who doesn’t drink…
Merlin: He’s waiting for everybody else to get drunk so he can flip ‘em over.
Fact: Whenever I happen across a Butterick pattern, it reminds me of how proud Merlin was that he’d got the name right on RotL, even if he had misspoke when he called me a seamstress.
“I got some points for knowing Butterick, though, right?”
OWL PILLOW! Inspired by the Roderick on the Line episode in which John Roderick tells us about his pillows turning into owls. Bridget’s cross stitch (inspired by the same episode) caught my attention first, so she’s the bigger inspiration to me.
Made by me, using bits of patterns here and there. I used the crocodile stitch motif to make the “feathers” and Purl Bee’s giant owl pattern for making the eyes (basically crocheted circles) and ears.
Bonus: Owl Pillows was created the day before I finished embroidering my owl’s beak.
PS: I apologize if it looks like Totoro. The ears seem to have made it less owl-y, and the embroidered beak resembles a big nose.
This is awesome. Just like you. <3
I can’t either.
And yes. Yes there should.
I think “Pack A Small Bag” may need to be converted to its own project.