The final squares, featuring: Tallnecks, cauldrons, metal flowers, Mother’s Crown, Rost’s home, the Nora Outcast, and the Nora Brave.
Check out the work on some city squares, including what is potentially the greenest square in the whole damn blanket.
Come take a look at what’s going on in Bryce Canyon these days. Also: the importance of blocking your work.
My last main square for the Carja, the Silks/ Trader is a standout from the Blazon and Blazon Master. I also share my favorite moments from Horizon’s gorgeous soundtrack.
Let’s meet some Carja and see why anyone would want to make the fire protection outfit stronger. (It’s fire bears)
I don’t want to hear about how crafts got you closer to your Great Aunt Esther. I don’t want to watch your YouTube tutorial. And I definitely don’t want to download your shady as fuck PDF.
There’s only thing to wear when you’re face to face with a fire bellowback: The Carja Blazon. An all-in-one outfit that you can wear during the day as you hunt machines and then for a night on the town. The Carja Blazon, for when you want to say, I don’t do two hundred crunches every day for my health, damn it.
The HZD Blanket Super fun update before we start – the twenty-dollar yarn winder I bought broke after about eight months of consistent use. Instead of getting neat little yarn cakes I’m getting crooked fat yarn blobs. I found good advice on what went wrong and how to fix it but I couldn’t make itContinue reading “The Horizon Zero Dawn Blanket: Banuk Sickness Eater, Werak Runner, and Song’s Edge”
The HZD Blanket Did you know there are only two escalators in the entire state of Wyoming? Did you know Wyoming is called the Equality State because it was the first state to allow women to vote, but they only did it so they could claim a big enough population to join the United StatesContinue reading “The Horizon Zero Dawn Blanket: Banuk Ice Hunter and Ice Hunter Master”
As I mentioned last time, Free Heap is run by Petra Forgewoman, so I wanted this square to both represent the settlement and her. While I want most of this section of the blanket to be simple designs in shades of brown and gray/silver, I wanted the settlement squares to pop a little, either with color or design. For Free Heap, I picked this square with the red circles in the middle to represent the forge. Surrounded, of course by brown and silver.