Polymer and glitter magnets featuring a stripped to the bone version of Elvis.
Knit Converse Chuck Taylors Are A Shoe-In, Even With Dogs
BlueAndRedCows knit a pair of Chucks and shares the pattern too.
Clearly, these shoes are dog approved — and not (just) for chewing.
I don’t knit (yet), so I’m not sure if this is the same pattern or not… And I wonder if they could be modified for these Converse shoes?
If you also haven’t (yet) learned to knit, check out handmade knitted sneakers by Katie at Pretty Sneaky where you can find Converse Chuck Taylor high tops hand knit in many designs and patterns, including the classic pirate skull and crossbones.
Or maybe you’re more of a robot lover?
Don’t worry; if you can’t find your size, she’ll make them in your size — just for you.
Katie’s sneakers are made a bit differently; the handknit uppers are stitched over the original shoe. I’d imagine this helps the shoes keep their shape better.
No word on whether or not dogs love them just as much.
Tokyo Milk Phrenology Soap — This Is Not Word Salad!
“There is too such a thing as Tokyo Milk Phrenology Soap,” she said, stamping her foot for emphasis.
I’m not sure why there is… But there is.
Apparently the only thing phrenological is the wrapper; but who knows, maybe the soap gets lumpy, providing the tactile pleasure of a judgmental pseudo-science with the scented hipster cleanliness that’s next to Godliness.