Messy Monday Hair

My mom came over today and took me to lunch. She kind of just appeared at my door so I quickly had to get myself together!

Today’s hair experiment was a messy low side bun with lots of hair doodads to hide the fact that I don’t have a lot of luscious long hairz. This would probably also look cute with a ton of flowers instead of bows. For my Tumblr buds, I can’t figure out why the heck this won’t post as an animated gif over there?! Frustrating!

I took a pic of the front just cuz it seemed weird to only show the back! HAhah. One of those lazy tshirt and jeans days :).

I have been finishing up a bunch of custom orders. Check out the lemon cozy that went out today!

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18 Replies to “Messy Monday Hair”

  1. kimmi says:

    That cozy looks good enough to eat! Lemon cake sounds so refreshing in this horrid east coast heat. p.s. LOVE the conversation hearts tee!

  2. Emily says:

    It’s working as a normal gif for me on tumblr so not sure what’s going on.

    1. Twinkie Chan says:

      Oh weird! thanks for letting me know! Maybe the problem is just on my end. How funky!

  3. manami says:

    hi twinkie chan:) love your style:) love the hair color too:)

  4. Helen says:

    Your t’shirt and jeans day looks more put together than my dressing up! Not for lack of trying I might add.
    xXx Helen

  5. Laura says:

    I love your stuff..But I don’t see a link to sign up for emails to get your updates on your blog..Do you have one??

    1. Twinkie Chan says:

      Hi! Scroll aaallllll the way down to the bottom of the blog page and hit the RSS link :).
      I need to re-design my website and blog big time. Next project on my list!

  6. QBug says:

    You are the cutest!

  7. Laura says:

    oooooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhh….ok thanks soo much lol

    1. Twinkie Chan says:

      I didn’t know there was kind of a hole in the back until after I took the photos. I better look in the mirror first next time!!! ๐Ÿ˜›

  8. sue says:

    Hi, I just finished crocheting the parts for the lemon cake cozy based on your book. I kept having to get smaller and smaller needles-ended up using an E and altered the pattern-I just have 2 layers. It worked out ok, but what type of yarn is the cascade 220 wool that you suggest-a real thin yarn or do I just crochet that loose? I just usually use yarn out of my stash from auctions and garage sales, so I am not at all familiar with yarns currently at the stores.
    Thanks for the pattern and all your cute pictures, they help and inspire! I made my icing layer with the loop stitch also. I have not cut the loops and am thinking about not cutting-looks cute the way it is.

    1. Twinkie Chan says:

      Well, you can get a sense of gauge from the gauge I mention in the book, too. Cascade 220 is worsted weight, and stitches up pretty small for me with an H hook. But we all crochet differently! It’s a pretty easy pattern to alter though, as you now know! ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. 1) The lemon cozy looks DELISH!

    2) I actually like your hair like this- it looks more put together than you think! ๐Ÿ™‚

    3) Where does one find that adorable tee?!

    1. Twinkie Chan says:

      It was from Betsey Johnson. I tried to keep myself from splurging on it, but in the end, I lost that battle.

  10. Ceinon says:

    I absolutely LOVE that cozie, do you think you can make a cozie for the shorter and longer tissue boxes, how much would you chain? And what size hook would you use?

    1. Twinkie Chan says:

      Yes, I have made cozies for those longer boxes as well. you can use whatever yarn and hook you like. Just make a rectangle for the top. The rectangle should fit perfectly across the top of the box (plus leave a hole for the tissue). As long as this top rectangle fits well, then you just keep crocheting around the rectangle like a tube and it should fit over the box.

  11. dumbdrop says:

    Super Cute! ^-^

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