My New Drag Name – Taco Ma
When I move out to the Seattle area and need a drag name, Taco Ma will be the one.
Do You Think Taco Ma Did This To Their Truck On Purpose?
I mean, when this NJ pick-up owner went to Toyota, did they request this custom paint job to the name of the truck?
Perhaps it’s a lesbian-owned truck and this is just the owner’s nickname?
Honestly, I’ve been a bit obsessed with what people put on the back of their vehicles. And also with clever drag names. Perhaps this truck is a little bit more up my alley.
Crocheting a trailer hitch cover…with a peace sign no less. Now that’s my speed. But I couldn’t come up with a decent drag name based on this photo.
Or perhaps my drag name should be more yarn related? Ann Goragoat? Pearl Bump? Or if I want a country/western themed drag persona, perhaps Lana Lynn?
I’m open to any and all ideas.
I’m continuing to learn a lot about crochet with this latest thermal stitch beanie.
I’ve been reading your blog for many years, so I’ve seen you in many hats, and I think your learn-as-you-go crochet beanie (in the previous post) is the most flattering one yet.
PS. The start of the beanie looks like it would make a perfect yarmulke (kippah).
Both comments are accurate (in my opinion). I love the fact that this more densely structured hat gives my head a more flattering shape than I have. And this stitch pattern would definitely lend itself to being used for a yarmulke.
The two finished hats are done using the same size hook (H or 5 mm). The gold and blue one is done with fingering weight yarn and the light gray/green one is done with DK weight yarn.
I’ve started a third beanie using worsted weight yarn and a K (or 6.5 mm) hook.
All three make for a very squishy and VERY warm fabric. The best advice I got from other crocheters was from Jeffery on how to decide on when to do an increase round…when the piece starts shaping like a yarmulke!