Shad Gross and I made this Pee Timer as part of a workshop position paper. Check out our Instructables!
Through Bloominglabs I’ve had the chance to do some really cool volunteer work. The library system and the local children’s museum, Wonderlab, have a lot of programs, workshops, and events for kids. Some of the workshops that are more technology-centered
Today I finally got to laser cut the raspberry pi case I’ve been eyeing on thingiverse! (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:29456). I took a bunch of photos of the whole thing, so I’m going to let them do most of the talking. But first
I owed Joanna TWO birthday presents, so this is what I made for her. I loved the yarn for both of these projects, but the purples in the purple-y one definitely make it my favorite yarn I’ve ever worked with.
I’m working on installing raspbmc on my raspberry pi at the moment. You know, standard “oh, I have this…now what do I do with it?” kind of thing. I’ll keep this updated about how it goes! At first I had
76.3 total hours of knitting and I’m finally done with these two Harvest Moon Baby Blankets for Tami!
I love this pattern, and Leah gave my little brother’s car a jump when it wouldn’t start… seemed like a good enough excuse to make her a scarf! This is a reversible, cabled, brioche-stitch scarf. You can find the pattern
I have SO many knitting projects to add, but I’m not sure when I’ll have the time to. For now I’ll just upload this one. This is a project I made for one of the best friends I’ve ever had.