ramenneedles

Cuteness with a side of light blasphemy.

Ohio, United States · 239 Sales

ramenneedles

Cuteness with a side of light blasphemy.

Ohio, United States 239 Sales On Etsy since 2010

0 out of 5 stars
(57)

Announcement   Weird, strange, macabre, blasphemous, and horrifyingly cute crocheted objects for you and yours. Definitely not your grandmother's crochet shop (unless she's really cool).

If you like what you see, like us on Facebook and if you like my patterns, check out some (for free!) at http://www.ramenneedles.com

Announcement

Weird, strange, macabre, blasphemous, and horrifyingly cute crocheted objects for you and yours. Definitely not your grandmother's crochet shop (unless she's really cool).

If you like what you see, like us on Facebook and if you like my patterns, check out some (for free!) at http://www.ramenneedles.com

Kelley Freeman

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Kelley Freeman

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camerondennis1993

camerondennis1993 on Aug 4, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Quirky, cute, and on target. The doll was pretty great too.

Emily Hawkins

Emily Hawkins on Jul 11, 2014

4 out of 5 stars

pattern was good, could use some minor clarifications.

Mysti Holt

Mysti Holt on Jul 1, 2014

5 out of 5 stars

Really easy to work up! Thanks

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About

Ramen Needles was born out of a need to eat and a lot of practice with yarn.

While my grandmother does know how to crochet, it was actually my ex-boyfriend's mother who taught me how to back in 2008 or 2009, which is probably for the best considering the patterns I tend to crank out. My first scarf was the ugliest thing known to man and his mom still has it, I'm moderately sure. Never being content with being mediocre at something, I have continued to crochet for five or so years now (which is CRAZY to think about).

People told me they would pay for me to make things and they would usually ask me to make the same things over and over again. Truth be told, I get more excited at the prospect of making new things. I love to make my own patterns and I love when I get to make things that are jokes.

Starting this shop has helped me pay for meals in the past two or three years, legitimately. It has helped me through college. I thank everyone that has helped out by purchasing something since I've been in business. I haven't had as much time as I would like to devote to it (since, you know, college), but it's really great when I can go to a craft fair and see people get excited over the stuff I've made.

I've turned his passion for yarn and making things into a solid blog with a lot of free patterns! If you're interested in checking that out, check out www.ramenneedles.com

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  • Kelley Freeman

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    Kelley has been crocheting since at least 2009 and was not taught by her grandmother, but rather her ex-boyfriend's mother, which is for the best considering some of the patterns that she manages to crank out. Sometimes she does stand up comedy.

Shop policies

Last updated on April 8, 2011
Hi there! Ramen Needles is small shop run out of a dorm room in Columbia, SC and run by a poor college student. With your purchase, you're helping me pay myself through! :3

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
  • Other Method
Payment
I will not ship an item until I receive payment. That's really all the policy is.
Shipping
Nothing is going to break, so I will not insure it, but if you request a tracking number, I will get one for you. :)
Refunds and Exchanges
There should be no damages to yarn goods, but if something polymer is to break, then I will fix it, free of charge.
Additional policies and FAQs
I absolutely adore doing custom items, so please feel free to contact me about making you something special! I am a college student, so I ask that you allow up to two weeks to make an item for you. If need be (though I will try my damnedest to not), I'll ask for more time. :)